S'mores Pudding Recipe

Tuesday, June 7, 2016
Here is the perfect summer dessert for those S'more lovers.

Everything in either a trifle small dish single serving or make it in a huge trifle bowl for the gang!


During the summer, making desserts that take a long time isn't an option.


This comes together quickly and you can use a mix or make it from scratch.


Just by having a few pantry ingredients in the house, you're on your way to making a delicious easy pudding dessert.


We even love to make a pie with this and toast the marshmallows on top.



this is a pudding with marshmallows and chocolate chunks in it








Easy to make!



You really have to love smores to appreciate this pudding.


It's pretty easy making the pudding, it's the topping that makes it a smore.


this is a pudding with marshmallows and chocolate chunks in it


Toasting or Not Toasting



If you have the opportunity to toast your marshmallows then you will have made the perfect dessert.


I used mini marshmallows and didn't toast them this time, but you can do this two different ways.


If you would like them toasted, put them on parchment paper, broil on low a few minutes, cool, then add them to the pudding.


I was wishing for this pudding and I knew if I shared the real deal recipe you would be able to recreate it with no problem.


With or without toasted marshmallows it's fabulous!




this is a pudding with marshmallows and chocolate chunks in it




The Perfect Pie Filling



This is perfect for making a smore's pie.


Make a store-bought crust, cool, fill then add the marshmallow to the top instead of in the pudding and toast on low with an oven broiler or toaster oven!



this is a pudding with marshmallows and chocolate chunks in it




this is a pudding with marshmallows and chocolate chunks in it

S'mores Pudding Recipe

instructions:


3/4 cup chopped chocolate semi-sweet chocolate (I use very good grade chocolate like Lindt) for a darker fudge use 70% bittersweet chocolate 
1/2 cup + 1 tablespoon sugar
3 cups whole milk or half and half
1/4 cup cornstarch
pinch of salt
1 tablespoon pure vanilla or favorite liqueur
 Whole toasted marshmallows or mini marshmallows
chocolate chunks for garnish ( I used Godiva)
crushed graham crackers
optional mini chocolate chips 

Using a glass oven proof bowl over a pan of boiling water or a double boiler,  melt the chocolate. 
Combine the corn starch, sugar and salt in the bowl. 

 Whisk in the milk then uses a silicone heat resistant spatula to blend all the dry ingredients. 

Pour all over into the double boiler bowl heating gently just until water is beginning to simmer.

 Stir constantly over the simmering water until pudding is thickened and coats the spoon like the photo, it takes around 5 minutes, then remove from heat and stir in flavoring.

I then place wax paper over the top to prevent the skin from forming. It's ready after cooling for around 30 minutes in the refrigerator. Layer in a trifle dish, with pudding, crushed graham crackers.  

Garnish with toasted or plain marshmallows and chocolate chunks and mini chips.

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this is a pudding with marshmallows and chocolate chunks in it



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