Creamy Chocolate Mandarin Pudding
- Ready In:
- 1 (10 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
- 1 1⁄2 cups cold water
- 1 (4 ounce) package instant chocolate pudding mix
- 2 cups whipping cream
- 32 chocolate wafers
- 3 (10 ounce) cans mandarin orange segments, drained well
- 5 ounces Hersheys Chocolate Syrup
- Set aside 8 chocolate wafers and about 12 of the best looking orange segments for garnish.
- In large bowl, mix together the sweetened condensed milk, water and pudding mix.
- Beat well.
- Refrigerate for 20 minutes until thickened.
- Whip cream and fold into chocolate mixture (leaving some white streaks produces a nice marbled effect).
- Spread 1/2 cup chocolate mixture in bottom of a 2.
- 5L (2 1/2 quart) glass serving bowl.
- Drizzle with 1/4 of the chocolate sauce.
- Top with 8 chocolate wafers, 1/3 of the orange segments and 1/3 of the remaining chocolate mixture.
- Repeat layers (sauce/wafers/oranges/chocolate mixture) 2 more times.
- Drizzle with last 1/4 of the chocolate syrup.
- Arrange set aside wafers and orange segments in decorative pattern on top of pudding.
- Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until thoroughly chilled.
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I'm a small animal veterinary technician working full time. In my spare (?) time I love to bake and cook. I have about 80 different cookbooks and I guess my favorite ones are those that involve CHOCOLATE!! <br> <br>My biggest 'pet' peeve is people who treat their dogs and cats like disposable products...look after the health and well-being of your pets, PLEASE! They depend on you! ('Nuff said!). <br> <br>June 2003 Update: I now work part-time as a vet tech and part-time as an ER ward clerk at a local hospital. After being a technician for 20 years, the emotional stress was getting too hard to handle. Putting an older pet to sleep after I'd watched them grow up over the years was something I could no longer do. I decided to look for a new job while I was still 40-something rather than wait 4 years when I was 50-something! Working with animals is in my blood however, so I could not give it up entirely.