This delicious recipe comes from an issue of The 4 Blades Magazine called The Comfort Issue. Click here to learn more about our amazing thermomixing magazine.
This recipe took some time to master, but boy am I proud of it. Velvety chocolate centre and a deliciously moist pudding. It doesn’t get much better than this. I am sure it will become your new favourite especially in these colder months.
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Preheat oven to 180C. Grease 4 dariole moulds with coconut oil.
Place dark chocolate (100g) and coconut oil (110g) into the bowl. Program 5 minutes / 60C / Speed 2.
Add sugar (40g), eggs (2) and coconut flour (1.5 Tbsp) to the bowl. Combine Speed 3 / 30 seconds. Allow to sit for two minutes to thicken slightly.
Place moulds onto a baking tray and pour pudding mixture into moulds evenly.
Bake for 8-10 minutes until the top has cooked and formed. You want some wobble to the pudding, however, to indicate a runny centre.
Allow to cool for 5 minutes then carefully remove from moulds.
Serve upside down with fresh raspberries.
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