The other day, I was absolutely craving something chocolate. I needed it. Something rich and dreamy. But I didn’t want to go the grocery store, so I had to have the ingredients and I didn’t want to bake, because baking and I are not the best of friends. So, I went to my Eat Your Books and searched for chocolate. And there I saw it. The Creamiest Chocolate Pudding in Cooking Light Annual Recipes 2008: EVERY RECIPE...A Year's Worth of Cooking Light Magazine.
It was chocolate, it was creamy, and I had everything I needed in the pantry – well, except for evaporated milk, I just used more regular milk.
This was so good. So good in fact that I’ve made it again. And if you’re wondering why it looks like there is a kalamata olive on top of my pudding. It is a cherry. A cherry that has been soaking in some lovely vodka, making an even lovelier cherry liqueur. The perfect way to use up some boozy cherries.
You can find the recipe online: The Creamiest Chocolate Pudding.
This will be my entry for Foodie Friday at Rainbridge Farms!