How to Make Chocolate Coffee Pudding

Chocolate Coffee Pudding is a treat for chocolate and coffee lovers alike. This recipe uses agar-agar powder instead of gelatin to make this lovely dessert healthier, because agar-agar is high in fiber. Everyone can make this simple dessert, even for those who do not like cooking. Just follow these steps to make your own fantastic chocolate and coffee dessert.


For the pudding, prepare:

60g sugar
½ cup  of espresso or 1 cup coffee
1 packet of non-colored agar-agar (7g)
650ml milk
50g dark cooking chocolate, chopped.


3 egg yolks
600 ml milk
90g sugar
1 tbsp cornstarch
1 tsp vanilla essence/ vanilla pod.
1 tsp rum or other sweet desserts liquor (optional)


Make the pudding:

1. Prepare the mold. Coat the sides of the mold with warm water.

2. Mix all the pudding ingredients in a pan, except the cooking chocolate. Stir over medium heat until boiled. Turn down the heat.

3. Put in the chopped chocolate and stir until melted. Simmer on low heat for about 1 more minutes while stirring. Pour into a pudding mold and let it cool and set.

4. Decorate with whipped cream and cherries if you like.

Make the sauce:

Boil the milk over low heat. If you use a vanilla pod, split the pod and let the pod infuse in the milk covered, for 10 minutes.

Take a tbsp of hot milk and use it to dissolve the cornstarch.

Meanwhile, beat the egg yolks and sugar until thick and creamy. Pour the yolk mixture and the cornstarch to the milk. Continue to stir under very low heat until the mixture is thicken. Add vanilla essence and rum.

Stir until mixed. Remove from heat. Let it cool. Put a film plastic over the container to prevent the sauce from forming a crusty layer.

Written by Lidya Sin

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