Dad's Homemade Chocolate Pudding

"My dad used to make this for us when I was little..If you are a chocolate lover you will love's even good on a piece of bread..REALLY!!"
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Ready In:




  • -Combine all dry ingredients until all lumps are gone and blended well.
  • -Add milk and place on burner turned to high -- stir constantly until desired thickness.
  • -Remove from heat and add vanilla, stir well and serve.enjoy.

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  1. So easy! For a bit of a different taste, I added a few pinches of cinnamon and cardamom along with the dry ingredients. A hit! Thanks for such a delicious recipe!
  2. This pudding is awesome! It took just about as much time to make this as it takes to make instant pudding and it was so much better! It was thick and rich and creamy and delicious! My 1 1/2 year old, 3 1/2 year old, husband, and I devoured it! I will never buy pudding mix again! Thanks for a super easy and super great recipe!!
  3. OMG, this is amazing! sooooooo easy an soooo good, i have been diagnosed diabetic about 8mths ago and am struggling with my diet as have a sweet tooth. I stumbled upon this recipe lookin for diabetic puddings, an absolute godsend for me, I changed nothing, its perfect, thank you so much you have no idea how much you have helped me.
  4. Hi all, this is a Chocolate Blancmange pudding! Of course it would jell when cold, it is intended to be eaten hot. Lovely with pears and cream, or ice cream ( kids would just love the "snow" on the top ) Very old French recipe. Happy cooking, cheers ?? Ps, if cold, pop in microwave for a few seconds, stir gently and reheat until desired temperature is reached!
  5. I was very disappointed with this recipe. Usually recipes with rave reviews are great but this one is clearly an exception. The biggest problem was that there was almost no taste, I could barely taste the chocolate. Also, about an hour after I made it, it congealed and formed a thick jelly, thicker than jello. I definitely recommend finding a diferrent recipe.


  1. Awesome recipe ! I used coconut palm sugar in place of white sugar or Splenda . Worked perfectly ! I like the " heaping tablespoon " factor since I'm lazy at measuring ! You can use an extra 1/2 cup milk and approx a tsp more cornstarch if you like it less sweet . I tried it both ways ! Fantastic !!



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