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One of my favourites as a child for pudding was bread and butter pudding – with fruit and sugar it was always delicious – however my kids have tried my family recipe before and didn’t like it so we decided to switch things around a bit and create a Chocolate Bread and Butter Pudding for our Cooking with Kids A – Z this time. We’re on E is for Eggs – so how does Chocolate Bread and Butter Pudding fit in? Well eggs are a big part of it and I’m trying to get the kids to eat eggs in things apart from cakes which is the only time they will eat them.
Ingredients for Chocolate Bread and Butter Pudding
2 slices of Bread
Chocolate Spread – ours is a Chocolate and hazlenut spread similar to Nutella
Chocolate Chips a small handful
1/2 pint of milk – chocolate flavour if you so wish – and my kids did
Chocolate Bread and Butter Pudding with kids
We started off with the kids spreading the chocolate spread onto the bread – as they are on Easter Break at the moment they shared out the bread and each spread 2 slices.
Once the bread was spread we cut it up into small triangles and laid the cut up slices in the bottom of our small Pyrex dish.
Then we sprinkled on some milk chocolate chips
In a jug the kids mixed up the chocolate milk using chocolate milk powder and followed the instructions
They then added in an egg and whisked it up
Once it was done we poured it over the bread.
Then left it for 10 minutes to soak up.
Placed it in a 200C oven for 30ish miniutes until it was set and delicious ready for pudding.
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