Easy chocolate pudding

6 slices bread (white)
2 eggs
7-8 tsps sugar
2.5 cups milk
5 tsp of curd/yoghurt
Butter for greasing (1 tblsp)
Chocolate sauce - 1/2 cup or 2 tbsp good quality cocoa

Take sugar in a bowl and break eggs into it one by one, stirring well as you add eggs. Add chocolate sauce and whisk well, slowly pour in milk taking care to see it mixes well and there are no lumps. Whisk curd separately to ensure there are no lumps, slowly add yoghurt to this mixture.

Slice the crust of the bread reserve for making bread crumbs. Cut each bread slice into bite sized pieces (4-6 bites make one slice of bread for me). Drop these pieces in the said chocolate mixture and leave it for 30 mins to an hour. The longer you leave it , the more the bread will soak up the chocolate flavour.

Grease the baking tray with 1 tblsp butter, and add the mixture. Bake in an oven that is preheated to 180C. (Preheat the oven with a bowl of water in it, for not more than 15 minutes). Bake this mixture for 30 minutes.

You may serve this hot or cool.

This pudding will stick a little to the knife, so the good old cake being done test doesnt work for it. Just gently roll the back of a spoon against the surface to see there are no undone pockets.

You can use ready made chocolate sauce or just take 1/4 cup dark chocolate, 1/4 cup milk cream (malai is good too, just ensure you heat it and sieve it so the consistency of the chocolate sauce is not compromised.) and 1 table spoon butter. Chop the chocolate into small bits and mix in with heated cream and butter. Let sit for 2 mins and then stir the mixture. You may melt the mixture over a bowl of boiling water.


  1. This sounds really good..I always think I should make this without the egg, never up doing that..Your beauty tips sound really good.


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