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Warm Chocolate Pudding

EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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This warm pudding has a marvelous deep chocolaty flavor, but it's low in fat and super-quick to make. Don't skimp on the quality of cocoa with this one—treat yourself to the good stuff.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Great pudding as is, but horrible with Splenda. It has a nasty aftertaste. "
Warm Chocolate Pudding

24 Reviews for Warm Chocolate Pudding

09/17/2015
Anonymous
W aow!

This beats a boxed pudding hands down. It took only minutes to make it with ingredients in your pantry and fridge. No artificial anything! Much healthier choice when you need a chocolate fix and the flavor is so rich!

Very easy to make and VERY chocolatey! Ate it at room temp with sugar free Cool Whip,
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03/09/2015
Anonymous
Best chocolate pudding I've ever made

Honestly - I absolutely hate chilled pudding, and frankly I think pudding skin is totally disgusting. This is a wonderfully chocolatey-rich pudding recipe, without the need for expensive baker's chocolate, and absolutely perfect all around for folks like me, who like eating pudding warm and fresh!

Creamy, chocolately, delicious.
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01/20/2015
Anonymous
Just what I needed for a healthy chocolate fix

Definately will make again, just right to satisfy my sweet tooth. Heart healthy and loved the warm chocolate on a cold winter evening.

Easy to follow recipe, ingredients on hand , decadent flavor
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12/05/2014
Anonymous
Amazingly chocolatey

This recipe is amazing. I used soy milk & organic coconut sugar. Will try with coconut/almond milk. Do not leave out the egg, it makes it richer. Use a high quality vanilla extract. Thanks for sharing!! :-)

Rich. Smooth. Delish.
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07/29/2014
Anonymous
Outstanding

Absolutely amazing! The best chocolate pudding I've ever eaten. Wouldn't change a thing. :)

Rich, creamy, and smooth
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