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    Choc chip coffee pudding

    A delicious dessert combining both white and dark chocolate.

    • Preparation time: 15 minutes
    • Cooking time: 90 minutes
    • Total time: 1 hour 45 minutes 60 minutes 45 minutes

    Serves: 6


    • 120g unsalted butter, diced, plus extra for greasing
    • 100ml full cream milk
    • 1 tbsp instant coffee granules
    • 100g light brown muscovado sugar
    • 1 medium egg
    • 180g plain flour
    • 1½ tsp Cooks’ Ingredients baking powder
    • 75g Cooks’ Ingredients dark chocolate chunks
    • 1 tbsp golden syrup
    • 25g white chocolate, coarsely shaved


    1. Butter a 1 litre pudding basin and line the base with greaseproof paper.
    2. Bring the milk to the boil in a small pan. Stir in the coffee granules until dissolved; leave to cool. Cream the butter and sugar together until light and creamy. Incorporate the egg, fold in the flour and baking powder, pour in the milky coffee and finally fold in the chocolate chunks.
    3. Spoon the golden syrup into the basin and spoon the pudding mixture on top. Cover the basin with a large sheet of greaseproof paper and tie it in place with string. Put the pud in a large pan with boiling water that comes two thirds of the way up its sides. Cover and simmer over a low heat for 1 hour 30 minutes, topping up the water if necessary
    4. Remove the paper and run a knife around the edge of the pudding, then invert it onto a plate. Serve showered with the white chocolate shavings and perhaps some whipped cream.

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