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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

23 Reviews for Warm Chocolate Pudding

12/16/2011
Chocolate Lovers Beware

Easy but doesn't taste like it! So smooth and decadent and don't take any time to whip up. I subsituted some of the milk for soya and used about just under 1/2c of sugar.

Fast, Easy, No Fancy Ingredients Needed
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02/15/2011
I do not recommend.

I have made healthier and less complicated chocolate pudding before. This was very disappointing. I had to add more cornstarch because it wouldn't thicken. By the end of it all, it tasted like chemicals. I'll stick with my recipe.

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02/04/2011
Very Nice

I made this with Soy Milk, for my lactose intolerant girl friend, and it turned out great!

Living in Australia, the American idea of pudding was quite foreign to us, neither of us having tried it before. It was a little to sweet, I would definitely cut back a bit on the sugar, and maybe double up on the recipe, as I found it to be a bit of cleaning, for a small amount of dessert, would be nice to have some for the following day.

Very nice dessert, will probably make it again.

Gives you a sweet fix
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10/09/2010
Anonymous

Great pudding as is, but horrible with Splenda. It has a nasty aftertaste.

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

ugh! never use Splenda … have

ugh! never use Splenda … have you tree Fruisana? lower GI, fruit-based sugar, you use half the amount and no revolting aftertaste!

09/29/2010
Anonymous

Good, but a little sweet. I'll definitely cut back on the sugar next time.

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