For those of you enjoying winter weather, this stout pudding is perfect. We have just come out of our booze ban and I will be sure to stock up on beer. Not only for warming desserts, but to enjoy at the pool while we are still in the midst of our summer.
Head straight on to the Recipe For ♥ Stout Pudding ♥
I am not sure why people are happy when they have slept like a baby. Babies don’t sleep through the night. They wake up needing feeding and changing and moms’ are so chuffed when they finally do sleep through. Last Friday night I slept like a baby, waking up every hour or so. Something I had eaten had made me really ill. And I spent most of the night awake. On Saturday I felt like a wreck, both physically and mentally. I was so exhausted and forced myself to get up. I know from past experience that I need to have a normal day. And then try and get proper sleep during the night. The first thing I did was a light training session. And then I started on my bread making and pastry baking. I relaxed in-between by binge watching a series.
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By the time Dave got home late afternoon I was ready to just chill. And that we did, having a relaxed meal that took little effort on my behalf. The following morning I was still tired, and grateful for the breakfast out that we had planned. When we got home I finished off the baking which in hindsight I should not have left until the last minute. Dave and I had a quiet afternoon until the kids arrived. But, we had chocolate soup instead of a ganache tart for tea as it had not set. And after they left, another simple supper. I was still tired this morning, making me realize just how much one bad night can affect me. Do you sleep through the night, or like a baby?
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for the pudding
- 50 g salted butter, plus extra for greasing
- 20 g cocoa powder
- 75 g fructose
- 125 g self-raising flour
- 90 mls milk
- 1.25 mls vanilla extract
for the topping
- 100 g coconut sugar
- 15 g cocoa powder
- 340 mls stout
for the pudding
- Preheat the oven to 180° Celsius
- Place the butter into a glass bowl and melt in the microwave in 30 second bursts
- When melted, add the cocoa and fructose and whisk to combine
- Sift in the flour then add the milk and vanilla
- Mix to combine then tip into a greased round, ovenproof dish
- Flatten as best as you can with a spatula
for the topping
- Place the sugar and cocoa into a bowl and whisk to combine
- Pass through a sieve over the pudding base then pour the stout over the pudding
- Place into the oven and bake for 40 minutes
- Remove from the oven and leave to cool for 10 minutes before serving
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12 thoughts on “Stout Pudding | Using Chocolate Infused Milk Stout”
I just love your stout pudding (heart) dessert Tandy~ how sweet for Valentine’s Day or really any day one needs a pick-me-up! I totally sleep like a baby waking up every 2-3 hours. It’s awful! I wish it were different but I don’t want to be addicted to sleeping pills so I just deal with being tired all the time.
I am sure once the kids are a little bit older you may learn to sleep through the night as well 😉
it’s been a long time since I’ve slept through the night. I hope you get a good night’s sleep. By the way, what is chocolate soup?
Chocolate soup is unset chocolate ganache 🙂
I’m sorry to hear about your sleeping woes. It does wreak havoc on your day, doesn’t it?
It does indeed!
This is a fascinating dessert! I’ve never used beer in a dessert. We have the best chocolate stout in Dublin that I’ll never forget. Glad your booze ban is over. Goodness. And by the way, you should be a stand-up comedian!
Glad you found it funny! I am also relieved the booze ban is over as we nearly ran out of whisky!
It is very unusual for me not to sleep, Tandy. I can sleep anywhere, anyhow and any place. Terence can’t sleep if he is travelling, in a new place, or stressed. Luckily, nothing disturbs me. He sometimes takes sleeping tablets.
You are so lucky! I take a sleeping tablet when we fly 🙂
Oh, so sad on the not setting. But I’d have been happy to eat this as a soup! I usually sleep well, but once in awhile not.
I seem to be having more nights than not with bad sleep at the moment 🙁