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Eggless Milk Chocolate and Raspberry Puddings

Eggless Milk Chocolate and Raspberry Puddings

Happy Thursday, readers. You’re probably wondering why on earth I’m posting on a weekday. No, I don’t have a day off to chillax with a steaming cuppa chai. Sob.


200g milk chocolate, chopped finely
120ml double cream
2-3 tsp framboise liqueur
Raspberries and icing sugar to decorate

For the shortbread

125g butter, room temperature
180g plain flour
1 tsp lemon zest
2 drops of lemon extract (optional)
65g caster sugar, plus more for sprinkling on top of the shortbreads



1. To make the puddings, heat the cream in a saucepan until just before boiling point. Remove from the heat.

2. Add the chopped chocolate and framboise liqueur to the cream. Stir the mixture very gently until all of the chocolate has melted.

3. Pour into small ramekins (they’re very rich!), top with a few raspberries and allow to cool. After around 20 minutes, place the ramekins in the fridge until 30 minutes before you’re ready to serve.

4. To make the shortbreads, preheat the oven to 150°C.

5. Cream together the butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Mix in the lemon zest and essence.

6. Sift in the flour and roughly combine. Using your hands, bring the mixture together to form a dough. Wrap in clingfilm and refrigerate for 15 minutes.

7. Remove from the fridge, roll out on a floured surface to around 3-5mm in thickness. Cover the disc in cling film and return to the fridge for a further 15 minutes.

8. Using a heart-shaped cookie cutter (or any other cutter you may want to use), cut out your shortbread shapes. Place on a greased and lined baking sheet and, using a fork, prick holes into your shapes. Cut larger holes in the top if you wish to tie them with a pretty ribbon once cooled.

9. Sprinkle with sugar and bake for around 12-14 minutes.

10. Allow to cool for 5-10 minutes before transferring to a wire rack to cool completely. Tie with ribbon, if using.

Note: Don’t let your shortbreads brown too much (a little golden tinge around the edges is fine). If you find they’re overbrowning, turn your oven down and bake on the bottom rack for a little while longer.

Dust the puddings with icing sugar immediately before serving.

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Rujuta shah

Friday 24th of July 2015

Hi,we don't use liqueur in food, so how do i go about this without using the raspberry liqueur?


Sunday 9th of August 2015

Hi Rajuta. Try using pure raspberry extract flavouring - available on Amazon.


Wednesday 6th of March 2013

Hi Sanjana...I went to you link to find this recipe but I couldn't find it. Could you post a link for it?


Wednesday 6th of March 2013

Hi Manasi, sorry about that. Here's the link:

The Mom Chef

Thursday 17th of February 2011

He'd be lemon pudding because he's so bright and sharp and yummy. :)

I love those pictures. Wow.

The Mistress of Spices

Friday 11th of February 2011

Lovely photos as usual! My ideal mate as a pudding?, sweet and spicy! Luckily my husband meets all of those criteria :-)

penny aka jeroxie

Friday 11th of February 2011

that is delish... not sure if I can think of just one pudding.... have to get back to you on that.