I found a great recipe for gluten free chocolate pudding on taste.com.au, tweaked it a little and it turned out amazeballs!!!
Here is my version minus a picture as there is really no nice way to photograph it. It’s poo on a plate. No amount of fluffy bits will make it look great. Just take my word for it that it is delicious and even my anti gluten free niece was none the wiser. She raved about how yummy it was. You should have seen her face drop when I told her, bahahaha, victory.
Now, the recipe:
– 50 g melted butter
– 1 c gf self raising flour ( I use ‘Free From Gluten’)
– 1/2 c castor sugar
– 1/2 c almond meal
– 1 Tbl gf baking powder
– 2 Tbl cocoa powder
– 1 c milk
– 1/2 c dark choc chips
– 1 and 1/4 c of boiling water
– 30 g chopped butter
– 1/2 c packed brown sugar ( I would use a little less next time)
– 1/3 c cocoa powder
Preheat oven 180 degree C.
I do this all in one ceramic pot with lid, about 1L (or use alfoil).
Melt butter in microwave. Stir in the flour, meal, order, cocoa, sugar and milk. Whisk until all combined and smooth. Stir in choc chips.
In another jug/bowl, combine all the sauce ingredients, stir until all combined and butter melted ( butter gives a richer sauce). Pour slowly over the cake part.
With lid on, place into oven for 30-35mins or until firm to touch.
Serve warm with cream or another sweet touch of ice cream.
Yum yum pigs bum.