Marble Pudding (Budino Di Marmo)
100g Plain flour
2 Egg yolks
1/2 tsp Vanilla extract
adequate melted chocolate
- Heat up milk. Set aside.
- Blend egg yolks and sugar until pale and fluffy. Add plain flour and mix well. Add in warm milk and vanilla extract.
- Stir the mixture until well combined and then cook over low heat until it boils. Keep stirring when cooking to prevent the mixture from sticking and getting burnt at the bottom of pot.
- Remove from flame when the mixture is thick. Pour it into a small bowl.
- Scoop some melted chocolate and drizzle on top.
- Stir the mixture with chopstick in a clockwise direction to form marble lines.
- Chill in fridge for at least 6 hours before serving.
Recipe adapted from La Vita E ‘Dolce’ ~ 甜言密意 and has been modified
Just found your blog. Love all the pictures… the food looks beautiful AND tasty. These marble puddings also look fairly easy to make! Great posts! I've just started my own blog and I always am inspired by others!!!
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These look really nice! Maybe i'll make it someday for my friends. =]
My kids love desserts…
Ju & RV: Thank you! It's a bit late but I'll invite you when I make this again.
It looks so beautiful, hope I could have this for my dessert today
Very very pretty!!!
Kristy: Thank you 😀
Looks so beautiful and tasty! Great recipe. Saving it up for later use. Thank you!
Dolly, Pigpigscorner, Anshika:
Thank you for your lovely comments.
Such an easy pudding Anncoo. Fabulous!!
Love food with marbling effect, makes it so much more interesting!
Your Marble pudding looks so beautiful and yummy. LOve ur clicks.U made it seem so easy to make.Will bookmark this recipe and will try it soon.
Claire: Thank you for your compliments 🙂
Your marble pudding looks so delicious ! I like the presentation with the chocolate… 🙂
Doria: Thank you for your lovely words 🙂
Ce dessert est tout simplement délicieux et très classe !
Bisous et bonne soirée, Doria
Barbara: Thank you for your nice comments.
Great way to make a simple dessert elegant!
Katy: Thanks! Give it a try, you'll love this 🙂
This is such a clever and delicious idea that I am going to have to try it very soon. Don't you just love the marble swirl? The best of both worlds. Thank you for posting this; I never would have thought of it on my own.
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Oh my goodness! These look beautiful!
Yummy: no problem to use converture choc. No need to melt choc, if the milk is still warm.
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The pudding looks delicious and recipe is easy to follow.
Thanks Anncoo for sharing. can use converture choc for the melted chocolate?
Thanks everyone for your lovely words 🙂
MMMmm this looks delicious! The chocolate swirl is making my mouth water….
Yummie, love your marble pudding…nice step-by-step…great pictures as always 🙂
Pretty marbling effect 🙂
Thats a nice pudding. Very nice pictures.
Thanks for posting in my blog.
MAGNIFIQUE. Je note la recette.
Fantastic…The choco swirls give it a tempting look 🙂
You want to make the eggless version? Good, I want to learn this from you 🙂
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Pudding looks so lovely, would love to do an eggless version.
It looks so delicious and it's so pretty, bravo !
This marble pudding looks fantastic! Great recipe, thank you!
The marbling that you've done really looks beautiful!
These are really lovely and they sound so delicious!
Looks so delicious!
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Such a pretty marbled chocolate swirl on those delicious puddings!
Lovely pudding,Easy & yummy one,want to try
Elin: Thank you and you're welcome 🙂
Pari, Murasaki: Yes it is really easy to make this pudding. Please try it out.
Sounds easy enough to make. Might try it out!
lovely, and quite simple to make.
Marble pudding…wow..nice one..I would like to try this out..Ann thanks for sharing the recipe 🙂