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Vanilla-Chocolate Pudding Recipe
When I saw this recipe, I fell in love with it immediately! I realized that this combination is probably my favorite! And not mistaken! Basically, these are two puddings served together in layers. You can also cook only one of these puddings - chocolate or vanilla solo. Also delicious, but together - just a fairy tale!
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Mix sugar and flour in a saucepan, add milk. Put the mixture on fire,
    Mix sugar and flour in a saucepan, add milk.
Put the mixture on fire,
  2. Bring to a boil, cook a little, stirring constantly, until thick. Remove from heat, add the melted butter and mix well.
    Bring to a boil, cook a little, stirring constantly, until thick. Remove from heat, add the melted butter and mix well.
  3. Divide the mixture into two equal parts, i.e. half of the mixture is poured into another pot, leave the second half in this. In one part add vanilla sugar.
    Divide the mixture into two equal parts, i.e. half of the mixture is poured into another pot, leave the second half in this. In one part add vanilla sugar.
  4. The other is cocoa. Both mixtures are heated even a little more thick. Stir constantly to avoid burning!
    The other is cocoa. Both mixtures are heated even a little more thick. Stir constantly to avoid burning!
  5. Nuts for the layer to grind. Can be used to layer cookies or waffles. I have on photo - waffles in chocolate. They also need to be crushed, I did it with a knife. It is preferable to use nuts, because waffles and cookies eventually soak and lose "crunchiness", become tasteless. Ie if you almost immediately are going to serve dessert, then fine, but if you plan to keep it in the fridge - then, clearly, only the nuts use!
    Nuts for the layer to grind. Can be used to layer cookies or waffles. I have on photo - waffles in chocolate. They also need to be crushed, I did it with a knife. It is preferable to use nuts, because waffles and cookies eventually soak and lose "crunchiness", become tasteless. Ie if you almost immediately are going to serve dessert, then fine, but if you plan to keep it in the fridge - then, clearly, only the nuts use!
  6. Spread the puddings in layers in cups, sprinkle each layer with chopped nuts (cookies, waffles). The top is also a bit of the crumbs. You can decorate with chocolate chips. Put briefly in the refrigerator to all finally thickened.
    Spread the puddings in layers in cups, sprinkle each layer with chopped nuts (cookies, waffles). The top is also a bit of the crumbs. You can decorate with chocolate chips.
Put briefly in the refrigerator to all finally thickened.
  7. Bon appetit!
    Bon appetit!

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