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Pudding Au Chomeur

Pudding Au Chomeur created by BarbryT

A local French Canadian favorite.Best served warm..MMMM! This cake makes its own sauce.

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45mins
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  • Mix first 3 ingredients. Then add the milk.
  • Pour into ungreased 9x13 pan.
  • Mix final 4 ingredients.Let butter melt.
  • Pour over back of wooden spoon over cake batter.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
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"A local French Canadian favorite.Best served warm..MMMM! This cake makes its own sauce."
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  1. Sarah P.
    I halved the ingredients inside an 8 by 8 baking pan just to give it a try in case things didn't go well (plus I'm only feeding one person). I replaced the hot water with hot coffee and added ground cinnamon to the cake mix (about 1 tbs). The syrup came out a rich, dark brown and I think it had a little more flavor this way. This almost makes up for my stale flour, haha.
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  2. josie4afg
    I hate to sound harsh, but I just don't get it. I was SO excited to make this as I had so few ingredients available. Well, I ended up wasting the last bit of my ingredients on this. I bake a lot and followed this recipe down to the letter, but it was still awful. AmandaP said it tasted like a bland pancake hit the nail on the head. I encourage anyone else who wants to try this recipe to steer clear and not do it. It's a disappointment and a waste of time and ingredients.
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  3. AmandaP
    This tasted like a plain pancake with simple syrup.
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  4. Jan Laidlaw
    Absolutely love this! I'm surprised no one has mentioned that the translation is unemployment pudding! In the old days here in Quebec the farm wives would empty out the cupboard and throw it together when strapped for cash. ;-) Merci Habitants!
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  5. TLu1089
    I saw pictures of this recipe on PAC and had to try it! Glad I did because it is very easy to prepare and delicious. An added bonus is it uses kitchen staples. Thanks Maineiac!
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