Belgian Chocolate Pudding

Belgian Chocolate Pudding: easy recipe to try beginner with a few ingredients and great taste. The dream of the greedy.

Today I propose a recipe for Belgian chocolate pudding. A real treat, from which you have to stay away kilometers if you are dieting. The Belgian pudding is a recipe for traditional valance and is, in my opinion, one of the best recipes for a chocolate pudding dizzying. Very few ingredients, first of all a great dark chocolate. I suggest a dark chocolate at least 72% to get an intense and enveloping taste. The execution is simple, because the peculiarity of this recipe is not preparing it in baking. What it is traditionally made in a double boiler on the stove, as it is done in England with pudding. And if you like chocolate as much as I like it, do not forget to have a look at all myRECIPES WITH CHOCOLATE.

There are in fact some molds pudding lidded, who they were in the nineteenth century used to cook the pudding and the pudding on the stove, in containers filled with water, so that boiling water does not end on the cake. I admired them in museums and does not possess. But you can safely cover your mold with aluminum foil and get the same effect. Alternatively, you can bake the Belgian chocolate pudding in a water bath in the oven at 150 degrees, putting it in a pan full of water.

Removed the problem of the mold, It remains the only boring step in the recipe. Prepare the caramel to put on the bottom of the mold that, in baking, It will fit in with the taste of the pudding creating a delicious taste and a sweet sauce. The Belgian pudding can be prepared in advance, Indeed, It must cool for one night in the refrigerator, so firm and be able to be shapeless without problems. I suggest you accompany it with whipped cream and raspberries, providing acidity. Is’ a delicious cake, elegant, perfect for parties, for an important dinner, and for the people you love. Appearance news. Have a good day.


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  • 1 liter of fresh cream
  • 130 grams of dark chocolate to 72% minimum of cocoa
  • 4 whole eggs
  • 100 grams caster sugar
  • 1 Bourbon vanilla bean or a tablespoon vanilla extract Bourbon
  • a pinch of cinnamon (Optional)
  • 30 milliliters Rum or Cointreau
  • 200 grams of granulated sugar to caramelize the mold
  • fresh raspberries, to taste
  • panna montata, to taste


Belgian Chocolate Pudding

To prepare the Belgian chocolate pudding must first caramelize the mold. Put into a pan 200 grams of sugar and cook over very low heat until the sugar is completely dissolved and will not have taken a beautiful golden color. Pour the boiling caramel inside the mold and rotating the mold so that the caramel covers the walls. Allow to cool.

For the Belgian pudding, break up the founding chocolate and place in a bowl. Pour the cream into a small Pan, add vanilla, cinnamon and granulated sugar. Bring the cream almost to a boil and pour flush, boiling, the chopped chocolate, stirring until obtaining a homogeneous mixture, smooth and without lumps. Cool the mixture of cream and chocolate. When the mixture of cream and chocolate will be cold, Beat the eggs with a fork and add slowly to the mixture, stirring with a whisk until perfectly amalgamate. Add the liqueur.

Pour the mixture for the Belgian caramelized pudding inside the mold. Covering the mold with the aluminum foil, so as to seal it perfectly. Place the mold in a large container and fill the container with cold water up to three quarters of the height of the mold. Bring water to a boil and cook the pudding for 30 minutes starting from boiling. When the pudding will be at room temperature, put it in the refrigerator to cool overnight.

Before unmold the pudding, immerse a few seconds the mold in hot water, to facilitate the detachment from the walls. The caramel will begin to melt and the pudding is sformerà smoothly. Serve the Belgian chocolate pudding with whipped cream and fresh raspberries. Bon appétit!

Belgian Chocolate Pudding


You can bake the Belgian chocolate pudding also in a water bath at 150 degree oven for about one hour.

Belgian Chocolate Pudding

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marilena October 11, 2019 at 08:45

thank you and sorry …I had forgotten!!

marilena October 11, 2019 at 08:44

By chance you know if you can cook even in the pressure cooker?
I make a crème caramel (Bolognese recipe left to me by grandma ) to be cooked in a pressure cooker ( 10 minutes ) and it's great. I was wondering if even this ( which is very similar ) could have the same kind of cooking

Ada Parisi October 11, 2019 at 09:46

Marilena you have to forgive me but I have no idea. I think you just have to try, if it comes good the caramel creams is probably the same thing but I've never tried. You found something I don't know! Let me know, ADA

elisabetta corbetta 16 November 2018 at 08:44

Super delicious
a baxione

Ada Parisi 19 November 2018 at 11:08

Elizabeth thanks to you, I do not know how you never miss a recipe. I embrace you, ADA


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