Chocolate Self Saucing Pudding

I made Bizzy Lizzy’s Self Saucing Pudding last night and it was really fab.

Maureen’s Uncle Brian and Aunt Audrey were here for dinner, along with two hangers-on (Sue and Claire), and even though Liz said her pudding would feed 4-6, I decided to increase the quantities by 33% (sadly, I forgot to increase the sauce quantities but it still tasted great). My quantities served 6, with a small serving left over for me today.

Quantities for 6:

  • 133g dark chocolate
  • ⅔ cup milk
  • 66g unsalted butter
  • 1 cup self raising flour
  • 55 mls cocoa  (2 x 20 mls tbs plus 3 tsp)
  • ⅓ cup sugar
  • ⅔ tsp vanilla essence
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 55 mls cocoa  (2 x 20 mls tbs plus 3 tsp) extra
  • 2 cups boiling water
  • icing sugar to sprinkle on top

Check out Lizzy’s post for the method.

Because I had more ingredients, I used a 3 litre bowl (Liz used a 2 litre bowl).  Also, my microwave is 1000 watts so Liz suggested I cook it for less time – 10 minutes was perfect.

You really should try this.  It is very, very easy to make and lovely and gooey and chocolately.

Great recipe, Liz.  Thanks.

8 thoughts on “Chocolate Self Saucing Pudding

  1. Nowadays, I’m so distrustful of my ability to remember that I’m needing to adjust in my head that I just go ahead and printout a revised adaption and hang it up in front of my work board! Ha.

  2. Glenda, thanks so much for the shout out… better still, thank you for trying one of the recipes I have showcased. This one is an old one and a firm favourite. We love it and I’m delighted that it worked for you. (Make more sauce next time… and, for leftovers, add just a little hot water before you reheat… it makes extra sauce). Love and hugs xox

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