Caramel Chocolate Pudding Recipe served w/ fresh fruit

20 Oct

Caramel Chocolate Pudding

For some gooey goodness this Fall/Winter season you have to taste this Caramel Chocolate Pudding – the recipe is easy to make and only has three ingredients. You and your dinner guests will be amazed at how heavenly this tastes!

Taste: Caramel gooey rich chocolate.

For a less guilty treat: Opt for light whipped cream and some fresh berries.

Serves: 6 small cups/mini bowls (this dessert has a rich indulgent taste so you do not want to overfill, keep portions mini)


  • 2 squares of semi-sweet bakers chocolate. Each square should be 1 ounce
  • 14 oz/1 tin of sweetened condensed milk
  • 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract


  1. Pour the sweetened condensed milk into a small saucepan and warm over very low heat. You want the milk warm but not boiling. Once warmed take off heat and set aside.
  2. Melt the chocolate squares, as directed on the packaging, until smooth enough to stir into a thick liquid. I melted the chocolate in the microwave for one minute, stirring half way through (depending on your microwave settings you might have to change the timing, stop and stir at every 30 seconds).
  3. Pour the condensed milk into a medium sized bowl, add the melted chocolate, vanilla extract and stir everything together until well combined.
  4. Pour the mixture into individual cups/bowls and place in fridge for two hours to set. The pudding should not move when cup/bowl is shaken and should still have a gooey consistency in the middle.
  5. When ready serve topped with light whipped cream and fresh fruit, I prefer berries with this chocolate dessert.

Caramel Chocolate Pudding, heavenly!

Perfect with a hot cup of coffee after your meal!

What is your favorite mini dessert to serve guests? Let me know by leaving a comment below…


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