Easter Chocolate Feast Pudding with a Delicious Surprise
Stop buying Easter eggs every year! They are only shaped empty chocolate shells and ounce for ounce (or milligram for milligram) you pay twice as much for Easter egg chocolate as you do in chocolate bar form. Anyway, there are much nicer things to do with chocolate and other delicious pre made ingredients. Try this Feast Pudding for one delicious example.
Easter Feast Pudding
This is a non-cook pudding and it can be knocked up in less than fifteen minutes. To make a substantial Feast Pudding you will need:
Easter Feast Pudding Ingredients
Image via Wikipedia | Marshmallows
- 2-3 large bars of chocolate
- 2 bags of marshmallow
- 1 pot of double cream
- 2 punnets of strawberries
- meringues pre made but only those made with free range eggs
- brandy snap biscuits to taste
- chocolate for decoration
Easter Feast Pudding Method
- Make an Eton Mess by whipping the cream and folding in crushed meringues and chopped strawberries. Arrange this on a dish in a mound.
- Melt the chocolate with a little of the cream (if you remember to save some) allow to cool slightly while you:
- Make a layer over the Eton Mess mound using some of the marshmallows and some brandy snap.
- Add some broken brandy snaps and some chopped marshmallows to the melted chocolate and stir making sure they are covered.
- Spread the chocolate, brandy snap and marshmallow mixture over the layer covering the Eton Mess.
- Decorate with grated chocolate of a crushed chocolate flake.
Image by Ben Sutherland via Flickr | Make the Eton mess more messy than this Eton mess and chop the strawberries finer too.
Image via Wikipedia | Your chocolate should cover the marshmallows and brandy snaps – you can’t go wrong with this Feast Pudding as it is just two delicious puddings made into one. The trick is not to let on that there’s a delicious layer of Eton mess under the melted chocolate.
Tip: Do not use Haribo marshmallows as they taste absolutely disgusting.