Posted November 07, 2018 08:16:50 The idea of chocolate pudding has taken hold in America and Britain in the last 50 years.
It is a dessert that can be enjoyed on its own, or combined with a fruit or vegetable, such as the banana, as well as baked, boiled or roasted.
The pudding, which is made from chocolate, is often made with ice cream, as is made with chocolate milk.
It’s a classic American favourite, which can also be made with vanilla or strawberry ice cream.
“I don’t think we can say chocolate pudding was invented in the US in the 1930s, but it certainly was around in some form in the 1920s and ’30s,” says Professor Michael Green of the School of Oriental and African Studies at Newcastle University.
There are many ways to make it, from the traditional way, which uses a mixture of white chocolate and sugar, to making a sweet and creamy pudding using cocoa powder and a bit of fruit.
While chocolate pudding is one of the most popular desserts of the US, it has a rich history of its own in the United Kingdom, which was also the birthplace of the famous British dessert of meringue pies, which has been a British staple since the early 1800s.
The American version of chocolate, known as chocolate pudding, has been made since the 1920-1930s, when it was first popularised by a group of American students who took a liking to it.
In addition to being popular with the student community, chocolate pudding also has a lot to do with the history of the United States.
Although it was originally created by American students, it was also popular with British and Irish immigrants to the US.
It has been around since the 1940s and is now so popular that the British Government decided to start offering it as a breakfast food in the 1940’s.
Professor Green says that, when the British became independent in 1947, the country’s colonial rulers were also very keen to bring chocolate pudding back to Britain.
He says that during the 1930’s and 1940’s, the UK exported chocolate to the United Nations, and it was there that they first introduced it to America.
But the chocolate pudding made famous by the American students of the 1940 s was very different to the traditional American dessert, says Professor Green.
Instead of being made from white chocolate, the British pudding was made with cacao powder, which the British had invented in 1862, and which became a favourite of British foodies.
That recipe, however, was not exported to the rest of the world until after World War II, and the British government made a concerted effort to reintroduce the recipe.
Then in the 1950s, chocolate was reintroduced to the UK in the form of chocolate milk, which helped bring chocolate to Britain again, Professor Green says.
Nowadays, Americans and Brits love to make their own chocolate pudding using the same ingredients.
What to make with chocolate pudding: If you are looking for a sweet treat, Professor Brown says you could use any of the following: 1 cup of light brown sugar 2 tbsp vanilla extract 1 cup milk 1 cup water 1 tsp cocoa powder 2 tbsp cocoa powder with a little fruit 1 cup butter, melted 2 tbsp ice cream or chocolate milk Chocolate pudding recipe: 1.
Whisk together the sugar, vanilla and milk until well combined.
Add the cocoa powder, cocoa powder (or fruit), and melted butter.
Pour the mixture into a bowl, and stir until smooth.
Pour into a mug, and top with whipped cream or a chocolate milk pudding, or a simple syrup. 5. Enjoy!