Another Hot Fudge Pudding Cake

This easy pudding recipe for Another Hot Fudge Pudding Cake is the perfect recipe for chocolate lovers. This easy pudding recipe is a rich, delicious pudding cake that has a hot fudge base at the bottom and is spooned into a bowl for a yummy chocolate flowing cake. The bottom layer of this easy pudding recipe transforms into hot fudge when it is baked, so it is ready to be spooned out and served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. This easy pudding recipe is rich and chocolaty and sure to be a favorite. For this easy pudding recipe, you will need simple ingredients that you may already have in your pantry. Ingredients like brown sugar, sugar, flour, melted butter, cocoa, and vanilla. You will be surprised at just how easy pudding recipe ideas like this can be.

Cocoa powder is just one of the amazing food ingredients that are derived from the cacao seeds. Cocoa powder, when added to this simple pudding recipe, is what gives the pudding it's chocolate flavor. Cocoa Powder is sold as natural cocoa powder and is the end result from separating cocoa solids and Cocoa Butter. Cocoa powder gives an intense chocolate taste and comes in Dutch-processed which is alkalized or natural cocoa varieties. Natural cocoa powder is lighter brown in color, with a stronger more pronounced chocolate flavor. Cocoa powder is slightly acidic, so it usually works best to use natural cocoa powder in recipes that call for baking soda. Cocoa powder is also used to make hot chocolate recipe and no-bake cookie recipes. Alkalized cocoa powder is darker in color and less acidic, and has a milder chocolate taste than lighter cocoa powder. When making recipes that use baking powder alkalized cocoa powder is recommended.

Brown sugar is just one of the ingredients that adds to the richness of this simple pudding recipe. Brown sugar is a sucrose sugar product that has a distinctive brown color because of the presence of molasses. Brown sugar is often made by adding sugarcane molasses to white sugar crystals that are completely refined, to reduce manufacturing costs. The brown sugar that is prepared in this manner is often much coarse than its unrefined equivalent, and its molasses may be easily separated from the crystals of sugar by simply washing it to reveal the underlying white sugar crystals. By comparison washing unrefined brown sugar, will reveal underlying crystals which are off-white because of the addition of molasses. The molasses that are typically used for food is obtained from sugar cane, because the flavor is more preferred than that of beet sugar molasses, although in some locations, especially in the Netherlands and Belgium, sugar beet molasses is used. Natural brown sugar, whole cane sugar or raw sugar are sugars that retain a small to a large amount of their molasses content from the mother liquor which is the partially evaporated sugar cane juice. Based upon weight, brown cane sugar when it is fully refined can yield up to 70 percent white sugar, the degree depending on how much molasses remained in the sugar crystals.

Thank you to Nikki for sharing this easy pudding recipe for another hot fudge pudding cake on the "Chef in Training" recipe site. This is just one of the simple pudding recipe and easy pudding recipes you will find on the site. Other recipes you will find include appetizer recipes, beef recipes, beverage recipes, bread recipes, breakfast recipes, brownie recipes, cake recipes and more. You will also find candy recipes, chicken recipes, cookie recipes, crockpot recipes, cupcake recipes, dessert recipes, dinner recipes and so much more. *

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