I’ve never been a fan of boxed chocolate pudding mixes, but I recently realized that they are very simple to make at home. My favorite chocolate pudding is the kind with the big marshmallows in it. It always seemed to lose its “puddingness” after being in the fridge for too long, but I found that if I refrigerate it overnight, it will stay thick and creamy for a few days.

This is an excellent pudding but could also be a dessert for a party. I would bring this pudding in a tin and also make mini tarts in the same tin (which is why it is called mini tarts and not mini quiches) I would also make mini tarts with the leftover mixture to accompany tea time. This pudding is also vegan if you leave out the cream or use vegan cream.

Chocolate is one of LIFE’s essentials. To survive, we have to have it somewhere in our stomach at all times. Without chocolate, life is just a bit boring, in my opinion. No chocolate, no mood. No mood, no life. So, I’ve come up with this little recipe that gives you the perfect combination of chocolate and pudding. It’s both a chocolate lover’s dream and a chocolate-hater’s worst nightmare. If you don’t like chocolate, this might not be for you. But if you do like chocolate, you’ll love this.. Read more about homemade chocolate pudding without cornstarch and let us know what you think.

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It’s Never Been Easier To Make Homemade Chocolate Pudding!

Don’t be afraid to create your own chocolate pudding! In minutes, you’ll be eating delicious chocolate pudding thanks to this simple chocolate pudding recipe. Seriously.

This chocolate pudding recipe with eggs is simple to make and consistently outperforms store-bought pudding (in our view, at least).

It’s a sweet pudding that easily fills those chocolate desires! Top it with some whipped cream, fruit pieces, or simply eat it plain – it’s a sweet pudding that easily satisfies those chocolate cravings!

bowls of homemade chocolate pudding with dots of whipping cream on topChocolate pudding prepared from scratch — plenty for you and two pals… Alternatively, consume all three bowls.

Homemade pudding is a favorite of ours. Although chocolate pudding is wonderful, we also like vanilla pudding.

Pudding is often utilized in German baking, so we’re accustomed to eating it (in some form or another) with our baked products.

There’s no lack of German dishes that include pudding (typically vanilla) in some manner, from Bienenstich cake to Pudding pretzels (recipe coming soon!).

Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Chocolate Pudding

If you wish to create chocolate pudding, the recipe card for our handmade chocolate pudding with precise proportions may be found at the bottom of this article.

You may view the chocolate pudding recipe process pictures below if you’d like to see them.

This way, if you’re not sure how to create chocolate pudding, you can watch how we did it each step of the way!

1629408247_691_Homemade-Chocolate-PuddingContinue whisking!

Pour the milk into a medium-sized saucepan, but don’t put on the heat just yet.

(If you’re comfortable multitasking, you can.) However, we don’t want this dish to be too time-consuming (we don’t want to have to keep an eye on the milk to make sure it doesn’t boil over while we’re doing other things).

In the same saucepan with the milk, mix in the cocoa powder and granulated sugar until there are no more lumps.

This may not be feasible with cold milk depending on the cocoa powder you choose; simply remember to do it later while heating the milk. Then, for the time being, put the pot aside.

1629408249_115_Homemade-Chocolate-PuddingRemove the eggs from the shells.

Separate the eggs into yolks and place them in a medium-sized mixing basin. The egg whites may be saved and used in other recipes (see some suggestions in the recipe card below).

1629408250_354_Homemade-Chocolate-PuddingToss in the icing sugar and stir well!

Now add the powdered sugar to the egg yolks and beat everything together with your electric mixer’s regular beaters.

1629408251_178_Homemade-Chocolate-PuddingContinue to combine.

Continue to stir until the mixture has a creamy consistency and is lighter in color (from yellow to lighter).

1629408253_666_Homemade-Chocolate-PuddingCombine the cornstarch and a little amount of milk.

Add the cornstarch and the equal quantity of milk from the saucepan at this point. This is done to keep the consistency of your mixture from becoming too stiff.

1629408254_777_Homemade-Chocolate-PuddingMake sure there are no lumps in the mixture.

Mix everything together with your electric mixer until there are no cornstarch lumps.

1629408255_332_Homemade-Chocolate-PuddingCombine the ingredients in a mixing bowl.

Return to the chocolate milk in the pot, please. Bring the milk to a boil, stirring constantly.

Remove the milk from the heat as soon as it begins to boil and whisk in the egg, sugar, and cornstarch mixture. Make sure you’re continuously whisking.

1629408257_754_Homemade-Chocolate-PuddingWhile the chocolate pudding thickens, whisk continuously.

Return the saucepan to the hot heat and let the pudding mixture to thicken for 1-2 minutes. Continually whisk!

Remove the pudding from the heat after it has thickened and spoon or pour it into serving dishes. Allow time for it to cool.

Cover the pudding with cling film as it cools if you don’t want it to develop the skin that some people despise.

1629408258_623_Homemade-Chocolate-PuddingOur chocolate pudding, with a dollop of whipped cream on top!

Before serving, garnish the chocolate pudding with fresh fruit, such as cut strawberries or raspberries, as well as whipped cream.

Storage Suggestions

Homemade chocolate pudding is best served immediately, but leftovers may be kept in the fridge for up to two days.

Simply refrigerate the pudding in an airtight jar with a lid or cover it firmly with cling film.

Ingredients

  • 2 quarts of milk
  • a third of a cup of cocoa powder
  • 2 1/2 teaspoons sugar, granulated (more or less to taste)
  • 3 eggs, medium size
  • a third of a cup of powdered sugar
  • cornstarch, 3 1/2 tblsp.

Instructions

  1. Pour the milk into a medium-sized saucepan and place it on the burner. Turn off the heat for the time being. Whisk together the cocoa powder and granulated sugar in the milk until it is well distributed. There should be no dried cocoa powder left in the house. Set the pot aside for the time being.
  2. Remove the egg yolks from the egg whites and place them in a medium-sized mixing dish. The egg whites may be used in another recipe, such as coconut macarons or cinnamon stars.
  3. Now, add the powdered sugar to the egg yolks and beat them together with your electric mixer’s regular beaters. Continue to mix until you get a creamy, lighter-colored consistency (more white than yellow).
  4. In a separate saucepan, combine the cornstarch and the equal quantity of milk. Use the electric mixer to thoroughly blend everything once again. Set aside this mixture.
  5. Return to the milk pot on the burner. While heating the cocoa powder milk to a boil, whisk constantly.
  6. Remove the milk from the heat as soon as it reaches a boil. While whisking continuously, pour the egg-sugar-cornstarch combination into the milk pot. This stage benefits from having a second pair of hands!
  7. When the bowl is empty, return the saucepan to the hot burner and let the mixture to thicken for 1-2 minutes. Make sure you’re continuously whisking.
  8. Pour the pudding into serving dishes after it has thickened, and set aside to chill. As the pudding cools in these dishes, it will thicken somewhat more.
  9. Before serving, garnish the chocolate pudding with fresh fruit (such as sliced strawberries) and/or whipped cream.

Notes

  • We served our chocolate pudding with whipped cream on top, but it’s delicious enough to eat on its own. You are free to alter the quantity of sugar to suit your own tastes.
  • We use unsweetened cocoa powder in this recipe. If you’re using cocoa powder that’s already sweetened, you’ll need to cut down on the granulated sugar.
Information about nutrition:

Serving Size: 3 1 Serving Size: 1 Serving Size: 1 Serving Size: 1 Serving Size: 1 Serving Size: 1 Serving Size 281 calories 7g total fat 3 g saturated fat 0g trans fat 3 g of unsaturated fat 177 milligrams of cholesterol Sodium: 149 milligrams 42g carbohydrate 0g fiber 24 g sugar 11 g protein

An online nutrition calculator was used to determine this nutritional information. It should only be used as a guideline and not as a substitute for expert dietary guidance. Depending on the particular components used, the exact values may vary.

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