Sunday, 13 April 2014

Chocolate Melt-In-The-Middle Puddings

If you're a lover of Gu chocolate puddings, you will want to try these out! These individual melt-in-the-middle chocolate puddings are very quick to make with only four steps. 

First butter four ramekins (I only made two this time as you can see). Then melt 100g of dark chocolate and 100g of butter in the microwave - a top tip to make sure it doesn't burn (which is a lot easier than you think) is not to wait for the chocolate to completely melt as the smaller lumps will melt when you stir it.

Then set the melted mixture to one side for 15 minutes. Once cool stir in 150g light brown sugar, before adding 3 eggs one at a time, along with 1/2 tsp of vanilla essence. Then finally add in 50g of plain flour to the mixture. These then need to go into the oven at 200C for between 10-12 minutes. You'll know when they're done as they will be crunchy on the outside but gooey on the inside.  

The trick to these is to not underestimate when they are cooked, as it is easy to leave it in for just a minute longer which is all it takes for the gooey centre to turn into the outer sponge.

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