Cookie Dough Pudding

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With Mother’s Day and Easter coming up you might be in need of a quick easy and super delicious pudding, actually this pud doesn’t need an occasion for you to make it – celebrate the weekend with this treat too.

Served warm straight from the oven this pud is ideal to prepare ahead and bake in the oven whilst you sit down for a meal, soft melty choc chips and a squidgy cookie dough centre you’re bound to please everyone who’s come for tea!

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Ingredients:

225g butter, softened

220g caster sugar

2 eggs, large

1 tsp vanilla extract

280g plain flour

pinch of salt

1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda

250g chocolate chips

Preheat the oven to 160c(fan)/180c/Gas Mark 4.

Prepare your tin greasing it lightly, I’m using a 9″ non stick flan type tin but it can be baked in all sorts of dishes, just choose your most suitable!

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Cream together the butter and caster sugar, mine is a golden caster sugar but regular white works just fine too.  You just need to work it together, it doesn’t need to be light and fluffy as if you were making a cake.

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Beat in the eggs and vanilla extract.

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Add the flour, a good pinch of salt and the bicarbonate of soda.  Reserve a small handful of the chocolate chips which we’ll add to the top later and add the remaining to the bowl of mixture.

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Mix it all up well until the dough is even and the choc chips dispersed nicely.

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The cookie dough should be quite soft and sticky, add it to the prepared tin and roughly level it out.

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Scatter the reserved choc chips over the top.  These on the top stay nicely on the top surface of the pud when baked.

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Bake the pud in the oven for 25-30 minutes.  If you want your pud still very doughy in the centre then opt for the 25 minutes, just softly cooked in the centre then 30 minutes for you.

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Serve up warm from the oven with lashings of cream.  If you’re serving straight from the oven then a spoon will be the way to dish it up.  If it’s cooled to just warm then it’s slice and servable!

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Ruth Clemens, Baker Extraordinaire

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5 Responses to Cookie Dough Pudding

  1. You had me at Cookie!

    Wowzers this looks sooooo good. And I’ve opened it at 4.15pm, which- let’s face it is choc-o-clock! I really want some right now!!!!

    Divine recipe
    x

  2. I was just thinking to myself the other day how strange it is that there’s nothing quite like surreptitiously licking cake mix off the whisk – it’s such a deliciously naughty thing to do – and yet it would probably be disgusting to sit down with a spoon and eat a bowlful. Some things have to be enjoyed in tiny amounts. But perhaps cookie dough is different to cake mix.

    When I was young the concept of cookie dough didn’t really exist in the UK, but I think we were missing out because children love soft and chewy cookies just as much as crisp and crumbly biscuits.

  3. Magda says:

    Mother’s Day is, in Spain, the firts Sunday on May.

    Have a sweet day!

  4. Jules says:

    Can you freeze this pudding please?

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