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Chocolate Pudding Surrender

Try to imagine what a true, die-hard chocolate lover would order for his last meal. Well this is it. Absolute ecstasy for the taste buds followed by hours of guilt and remorse. No really, if you eat this incredible dessert that I have christened "Chocolate Pudding Surrender" you will hate yourself afterwards (but it will curl your toes with pleasure while you are eating it). Here is how I made it.

  • 200g bar of Cadbury Bournville dark chocolate
  • 2 medium bars Nestle Milkybar white chocolate
  • Coffee Cream
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 pack Knox brand gelatin
  • Melt the Cadbury Bournville dark chocolate in a stainless steel mixing bowl over a pan of boiling water
  • Pour into a 2-cup measuring jug and stir in enough coffee cream to make up the volume to 2 cups
  • Stir in the sugar until dissolved
  • Prepare the gelatin as directed on the pack and mix with the other ingredients
  • Pour into a jelly mould or four small serving bowls, cover with cling film and refrigerate until set (a couple of hours or overnight)
  • Melt the Nestle Milkybar white chocolate and use it to decorate the top of each pudding
John's Notes
Nutritional advice: this dessert will cause you to gain weight. It will squeeze every last drop of insulin out of your body and leave you with deep feelings of remorse and guilt. You have been warned. It will also taste very good and will be worth every inch of guilt that you will feel after eating it.

I can only manage the guilt of one single encounter with Chocolate Pudding Surrender in my lifetime, but if I were going to make it again I would try it with Hartleys Strawberry Jelly mix (use just half a pack) instead of plain gelatin. Enjoy (then suffer)!

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