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Prize: A Green & Black’s recipe book & 7 organic chocolate bars for each day of the week!
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2) Comment on this post with your favourite chocolate: White, Milk or Dark.
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Winner will be selected at random.
Contest closes Sunday April 8 at 11:59pm.
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To get the contest started, here’s a super simple and easy recipe that requires little effort so that you can start and enjoy it on the same day! It’s a fun twist to a classic bread and butter pudding. Easy for the kids too!
Green & Black’s Hot Cross Bun and Butter Chocolate Chunk Pudding
- 500 ml cream
- 325 ml 2% Milk
- 1 Vanilla pod
- 3 Large eggs
- 115g Granulated sugar
- 6 Hot cross buns
- 50g Unsalted butter
- ½ Jar (approx. 220g) Coarse-cut marmalade
- 200g Green & Black’s Organic Dark 70%, Milk and White, broken into pieces
- Powdered or confectioner’s sugar to serve
1. Preheat the oven to 170ºC/325ºF.
2. Pour the milk and cream into a saucepan.
3. Split the vanilla pod, scrape the seeds out with the tip of a knife and add them to the saucepan along with the pod. Bring the milk, cream and vanilla to a boil and remove from the heat.
4. Whisk together the eggs and granulated sugar.
5. Remove the vanilla pod from the boiled milk and cream and slowly pour the mixture on to the egg and sugar while whisking.
6. Return the vanilla pod to the custard mixture to further enhance the flavour.
7. Split the hot cross buns into halves. Butter the cut sides and spread with marmalade.
8. In a baking dish, stack the buns at an angle with the buttered side facing up. The buns should rest on one another resembling fallen dominos.
9. Scatter the chocolate pieces over the buns, making sure to tuck plenty between each layer.
10. Sieve the custard mixture into a container then pour it on top of the buns in the baking dish. The tops of the buns should be visible once all the custard has been added. Allow the buns to soak in the custard for 15 minutes.
11. Boil water in a large roasting pan. Once the water is boiled, place the baking dish with the buns and custard into the larger pan to create a double broiler.
12. Bake for approximately 30 minutes. The dish is ready once there is a slight browning on the tops of the buns and there is a thick consistency to the custard.
13. Remove from the broiler and dust with powdered or confectioner’s sugar to serve.
Tip: For an extra burst of flavour substitute your favourite jam for the marmalade, or even create a mixture. Apricot and raspberry are delicious substitutions.
Makes: 6-8 servings
Recipe courtesy of Green & Black’s Organic.
Ohhh dark! A little goes a long way.
Tough one. Dark! Yummy.
Milk is my favourite 🙂
I love love love Green & Black’s white chocolate, it’s the only white chocolate that I buy!!!
DARK!! anything else is not real chocolate.
I absolutely LOVE milk chocolate!
Definitely dark chocolate….yum!
White chocolate! Oh. So. Creamy!
I LOVVVEEE dark chocolate
gotta love the one thats the worst for you… white chocolate!!
I’m kinda DARK kind of person.
Definitely dark!! 70% and up!
And I love Green & Black’s 🙂
I like it dark!
dark… although any will do 🙂
My favorite is milk chocolate =)
Milk! But dark is good too!
dark, definitely always dark!!!
Dark chocolate is the best chocolate!
i love white! i know dark choc is usually more exclusive. but i can’t deny the fact that i love sweet creamy taste.
Dark chocolate is my favourite. 😀
Definitely dark chocolate.
Milk Chocolate all the way. I love milk esp w/ nuts
i have to say, I’m a dark fan all the way!…not that I discriminate against any chocolate though 😉