Chocolate Pudding Day: A Time To Whip A Choco Party

1x1.trans Chocolate Pudding Day: A Time To Whip A Choco PartyAhhhsome Chocolates! Americans love chocolates and they must love them in puddings. This is more than enough to create a foodie holiday called the Chocolate Pudding Day.

For the newbies to the dessert world, chocolate pudding is simply a chocolate flavored custard-like dessert. It’s a very delicious, rich and chocolatey dessert with very smooth texture. Though there is no definite origin for this dessert, it is said that the puddings in the earlier years of its existence was rather savory than sweet. The puddings during this era were meat-based and made with cake-like ingredients and not until the 17th century that sweet puddings were created. Today, there are variations of this favorite American dessert. The Americans, Canadians, and Asians boil their chocolate pudding then chill it before serving. This kind of chocolate pudding is considered a custard variety, using ingredients like milk, starch, sugar, and chocolate flavorings. While in other countries such as Britain and Australia, chocolate pudding is made like a cake, using cake-like ingredients such as flour and baking powder, sugar, cocoa powder, and eggs, putting them in a container then bake them.

1x1.trans Chocolate Pudding Day: A Time To Whip A Choco PartyThough this foodie holiday’s history is unknown, the thought of having a special day for this favorite dessert is just enough reason to celebrate. Let’s party with choco loco goodness come June 26th, our Chocolate Pudding Day. Whether we have them in cups or boxes, there’s more to it than being a simple chocolate dessert. It can be made for a simple family snack or turn in for a romantic dinner date dessert, either way, chocolate pudding is delicious and special in its own way. This dessert will literally melt in your mouth. So, go ahead, Celebrate Chocolate Pudding Day with your own chocolate pudding recipes. Invite your friends to join kids and family for a snack at home. It doesn’t matter if it’s less significant to be an official holiday, what’s important is the recognition we give to this favorite American dessert.

1x1.trans Chocolate Pudding Day: A Time To Whip A Choco PartyGet a bittersweet chocolate experience with this pudding recipe. Its sweetness is balanced off by the bittersweet flavor from Valrhona bittersweet chocolate. Have them in ramekins and serve them to your family over dinner for a nice pudding dessert on this special day. You can also play with it by topping it with cream or anything that pairs well with bittersweet chocolate.

This is a perfect dessert to treat your friends on this foodie holiday. This recipe gives a hazelnut flavor to your simple choco pudding experience. You can play with your dessert by topping it with  whipped cream and some left over nuts. This is best paired with lady fingers, perfect for an afternoon chitchat with your friends.

1x1.trans Chocolate Pudding Day: A Time To Whip A Choco PartyEnjoy this foodie holiday with your kids by making this double chocolate pudding. This creamy recipe is a perfect summer afternoon treat for you and your family. Celebrate chocolate in a pudding mix with your own version of the chocolate pudding. Serve this chilled and it will be perfect for the summer season.

1x1.trans Chocolate Pudding Day: A Time To Whip A Choco Party
Antonio Evans is a Partner at Binary Bits, the parent company of FriendsEAT.com. He currently is CEO of Socialdraft, a powerful reputation management tool for local businesses.
1x1.trans Chocolate Pudding Day: A Time To Whip A Choco Party
1x1.trans Chocolate Pudding Day: A Time To Whip A Choco Party
1x1.trans Chocolate Pudding Day: A Time To Whip A Choco Party

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