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Let’s eat … baked pudding

I also used to love to make this one. It is super easy to make and it tastes delicious.

Ingredients:

2 eggs

2 packets of vanilla sugar

6 tablespoons of oil

6 tablespoons of sugar

24 tablespoons of milk

10 tablespoons of flour

1 packet of vanilla pudding mix

1 packet of chocolate pudding mix

10 g of baking powder

 

Procedure:

Whisk one egg, add 1 packet of vanilla sugar, 3 tablespoons of sugar, and 3 tablespoons of oil. Then add 12 tablespoons of milk to the mixture and whisk well. Add 5 tablespoons of flour and whisk well. Add 1 packet of pudding mix and whisk well. Add 5 g of baking powder and whisk well. You can also add rum.

Packet of vanilla sugar.  Image from www.oetker.com.

Packet of vanilla sugar.
Image from http://www.oetker.com.

Baking powder.  Image from www.oetker.com.

Baking powder.
Image from http://www.oetker.com.

vanilla pudding mix Image from www.oetker.com

vanilla pudding mix
Image from http://www.oetker.com

Do the same, but in a different cup, and this time add the other pudding mix.

Slightly oil the pan, then first pour the darker mixture (so, chocolate), then pour the lighter mixture (but leave out the edges). Add the fruit of your choice which needs to be cut into small pieces.

You can add blueberries, peaches, apricots, etc. Image from http://www.220stopinjposevno.com.

You can add blueberries, peaches, apricots, etc.
Image from http://www.220stopinjposevno.com.

Put into the oven and bake at 200 degrees Celsius for about 10-15 minutes (until slightly brown; when you put a toothpick into it, it should come out clear).

Made only with chocolate pudding mixture. Image from kulinarika.net.

Made only with chocolate pudding mixture.
Image from kulinarika.net.

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