Easy, tasty, and nearly gone (yes, I'm eating it still hot here at the computer!) Could not ask for more in a quick dessert recipe. I used turbinado sugar in lieu of nectar or honey but otherwise stuck to recipe. Thanks for sharing such a delicious dish.
Yum!! This was amazing...so much better than any other chocolate pudding I've ever had! I didn't realize I was out of vanilla extract but I had almond so I used that instead (less than what was called for though). I thought it was great! My BF weirdly thought that it was chocolate raspberry flavored :) I think next time I'll cut back a bit on the agave though because I thought it was a tad too sweet. Thanks for sharing!
Super-easy to make (and I say this as an admittedly terrible cook). Delicious, too. Even my decidedly non-vegan husband loved this pudding. I used plain soy milk and 1/2 cup of regular white sugar, because that's all I had on hand. Looking forward to trying with almond milk and honey next time.
Sorry, we just didn't care for this. I used agave nectar (hadn't used this before), so maybe it was the nectar we didn't care for. Will maybe try again, this time with Splenda or sugar. Thanks for the recipe.
Very good and tasty pudding. Easy to make too. I used a bit less honey and it worked out well. It didn't take too long to thicken either. It is indeed a rich chocolate pudding. Delicious.
It was good but we liked it better with sugar instead of honey. Thanks for a good recipe
Yummy! This was really good! I only had a 1/4 c. agave, so used that plus 1/4 c. honey. Served with strawberries. Yum!! Thanks so much for sharing! :O)
No one would ever guess it was gluten free and dairy, casein free, it is delicious!!!
I might be rating this a tad early, as I haven't let it cool all the way, but it is really tasty! Subbed Splenda for the honey because I want to let the baby have a few tastes and I just like cutting back on sugar. Otherwise followed the recipe. Thank you for sharing a pudding recipe the kids can have (milk troubles) that tastes wonderful. Update: The second time, added a sprinkle of cinnamon while cooking. Fantastic!