This is my absolute favourite go to pud when I really ‘need’ something gooey and indulgent. It’s another that is easy to make variations of. The biggest plus with this one is that it only takes around 15 minutes from start to finish to have a plate full of chocolatey goodness πŸ™‚

Chocolate fudge pudding

220 ml soya milk
20ml cider vinegar
170g self raising flour (if using gf flour you can add either 1tsp of xanthan gum or 1 tbs of chia seeds mixed with 3tbs of water)
40g cocoa powder
180g caster sugar
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp bicarb
1/4 tsp baking powder
80ml light flavourless oil
1 tbsp vanilla extract

Dairy free fudge pieces

Grease a microwavable pudding bowl.
Mix the soya milk and the cider vinegar together first. Then mix all the dry ingredients and add the wet once done along with the milk/vinegar mix. Stir in the fudge pieces.

Put batter into the bowl and cover. Microwave on high for approximately 7 minutes. Let it stand for 2 minutes (a certain level of self control is needed for this part)

I have served it here with Alpro dark chocolate dessert poured over and extra fudge pieces but it goes well with chocolate custard and dairy free cream.

This is the same recipe that I use for a microwave golden syrup pudding. Instead adding 200g of flour and omitting the cocoa powder. Also adding 1 tbs of golden syrup to the mix. Once you have greased the pudding bowl, pour 3/4 of a cup of golden syrup into the bowl before adding the batter so when you turn the pudding out it has a lovely sticky, syrupy top. Great with vanilla custard or dairy free ice cream!



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