Based off a post from the Pioneer Woman, this recipe is ideal for those that don’t want to cook or do not want to put a lot of effort into a decadent dessert. This recipe is named “blender pudding” because that is exactly what it is. Everything is made entirely in a blender and only requires two steps.
This pudding is almost like a mousse; it involves whipping eggs into foam alongside a good amount of chocolate. The flavor of this is not diluted by cream or milk and only uses coffee to lighten everything up. For those who do not like overly sweet desserts, this is for you, because there is not any added sugar.
• 3?4 cups dark chocolate chips
• 2 eggs
• 1?2 cup hot coffee
• 1 shot rum
• 1 pinch salt
Step 1: Add all the ingredients except for the coffee into the blender. Blend until the chocolate is mostly mixed into the eggs and the mixture has become foamy and light yellow. This step helps create the “mousse” effect, as the egg whites will stabilize the mix.
Step 2: Pour the coffee into the mix, it must be hot or the chocolate will not melt evenly. Blend until well combined and the liquid is evenly brown. Pour into cups, I served about 1?4 a cup for each serving. For those that want the candy rim I featured in the main image, melt a tablespoon or two of chocolate in a shallow dish. Rotate the mouth of your cup in the chocolate to create an even ring. Then repeat the same process in a plate of sprinkles.
Step 3: Cool in the fridge for about an hour, or until the top is set.
This story has been updated.
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