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Home Sweet Home Bakealong 51: Chocolate Pudding Pie

January 23, 2016

I went on a baking binge last week and made three of these HSH bakes in one go so I’m working my way through the writeups…

As with many of their “pies” (ahem, tarts) Hummingbird guild the lily a bit by adding mounds of whipped cream onto of something already quite sweet and rich. It makes for much prettier photos but is entirely unnecessary. They should trust themselves more, this is good without the cream. No one is going to care what it looks like after one spoonful.24542206126_ec340e46ed

In addition to the lack of cream to make photos look good, I also had a lack of time. That is, specifically, lack of time before my chief taster wanted to eat it. “Ok you can have it now but you have to at least take some photos on your phone so I’ve got proof”.

By the way, that base is part chocolate chip cookie and part shreddies (the cookie pack was 50g short). I can confirm that this is an excellent combination.

It might be fair to argue that this recipe for Chocolate Marshmallow pie is equally effective and a lot less hassle to make. It is however less full of cream and butter so arguably not as worthwhile.

Chocolate Pudding Pie
from Home Sweet Home by the Hummingbird Bakery

200g double choc cookies
80g melted butter

3 tbsp cornflour
1 tbsp cocoa powder
125ml double cream
430ml whole milk
120g dark chocolate
200g caster sugar
40g unsalted butter
1 tsp vanilla extract

300ml double cream [if you must]
2 tbsp icing sugar [really?]
20g dark choc [for prettying]

Join Beckie and me in our Epic 100 part bakealong. Next: Cinnamon Buns


One Comment leave one →
  1. January 23, 2016 11:07 pm

    Oh wow this look soo good, I just want to dive right in, a chocoholics dream come true!

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