Thursday, February 24, 2011

Floating Pudding Desserts

Floating Puddings
These are old-fashioned, homey comfort food desserts.  They have been known to boil over in the oven, so don’t fill your pan too full, especially if you double the dessert.

Floating Chocolate
1c flour
1 c sugar
2 t baking powder
1 ½ T cocoa                      Sift or blend together
½ c milk
1 tsp vanilla                       Stir into the dry ingredients
2 Tbsp melted butter         and turn into the baking dish      
Now the tricky part:
Sprinkle this over the batter, but do not mix in
½ c white sugar
½ c brown sugar
3 Tbsp cocoa                    
Pour one cup cold water over everything, but do not stir in.
Bake at 350 o   for 45 minutes
6 servings

Raisin Carmel Pudding
1c flour
1/3 c brown sugar
2 t baking powder       Mix
½ c milk
1 c raisins                    Mix in to make a thick batter, turn into the pan

1 c brown sugar
1 Tbsp butter
2c boiling water             Dissolve the sugar and melt the butter in the water,
1 tsp vanilla                   pour over the batter in the baking pan; don’t mix in.     
Bake at 350 o   for 30 minutes
6 servings

Baked Lemon
1 c sugar
¼ c flour                             Combine
¼  c lemon juice
1 Tbsp grated lemon rind
2 egg yolks                        
1 Tsp melted butter
1 c milk                                Mix in, set aside
2 egg whites                         Beat until stiff peaks form, fold in
Put into a 6 cup casserole, place in a larger pan containing hot water, and bake
at 350 o   for 40 minutes or the top is set and goldy=brown
4 servings

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