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Chocolate Stout Pudding with Beer Whipped Cream

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So I have this problem with comfort food.

Or more, the problem is with me. I find comfort in odd foods. For most people it’s warm food, or crispy carby foods, or cheesy foods. For me, it’s cold food. Sushi is my comfort food. And cereal (don’t judge). And to make this even more strange, ice cream is not on my list of cold comfort foods (you can now judge me). Maybe it’s because I live in a land that is 80 degrees on Christmas, or maybe because I’ve just never been all that normal.

Pudding is a comfort food for me. It has that Summer Visit to Grandmas House feeling, and this version is full of beer and chocolate. It’s cold, but oddly comforting, for those of us that take our comfort that way.

But then again, it’s chocolate and beer, maybe I’m more normal than I thought.

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Chocolate Stout Pudding with Beer Whipped Cream

Yield: 4-6 servings

Ingredients

    For the Pudding
  • 2/3 cup sugar
  • 3 tbs cornstarch
  • 4 wt oz dark chocolate (60%), chopped
  • ¾ cup heavy cream
  • ¾ cup chocolate stout
  • 1 large egg yolk
  • 1 tbs unsalted butter
  • ½ tsp vanilla extract
  • For the whipped cream
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • ½ cup powdered sugar
  • 3 tbs stout
  • ½ tsp vanilla extract

Instructions

  1. In a large saucepan off heat whisk together the sugar and cornstarch. Add the cream, beer, and egg yolk, whisk until well combined. Add the chocolate.
  2. Bring to a boil, stirring continually over medium heat. Whisk continually for 1 minute, remove from heat.
  3. Add the butter and vanilla, stir until well combined.
  4. Pour into serving containers, chill until set, about 2 hours.
  5. To make the whipped cream, add the cream and powdered sugar to a stand mixer. Beat on high until soft peaks form. While mixer is running add the stout and vanilla, beat until soft peaks return.
  6. Top pudding with whipped cream prior to serving.
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addie | culicurious January 21, 2014 um 5:47 am

Wow, this looks like the best pudding recipe ever. I like chocolate pudding alot but don’t have it often. Maybe it’s time to change that. 🙂

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Tieghan January 21, 2014 um 6:16 am

I love pudding, but pudding with beer just sounds too good! Love this!

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Happy Valley Chow January 21, 2014 um 7:03 am

That looks ridiculously amazing….fantastic job as usual!

Happy Blogging!
Happy Valley Chow

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Sophia @ NY Foodgasm January 21, 2014 um 7:06 am

Pudding was one of my favorite things growing up, especially the skin that forms on the pudding when you put it in the fridge!! I loved pudding so much, that is the name I chose for my first pet, no joke! Now you added chocolate stout, yeah this HAS to happen soon! LOVE it! Great idea!

But one idea I would totally use Bourbon County for the whipped cream, had it recently at a beer pairing dinner I planned and it was amazeballs!

That is all! Love it Jackie!

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Michelle Lahey January 21, 2014 um 10:23 am

I literally thought about chocolate pudding for the first time in, um, 5+ years at an ungodly hour this morning…so this post is pretty much perfect right now.

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Katrina @ WVS January 21, 2014 um 11:07 am

I totally understand cereal as a comfort food. One of mine is salad rolls…you know the rice paper ones with vermicelli? I could eat a million with my tears. On a happier note, I am in absolute love with this recipe! It looks so great!

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Jen @ Savory Simple January 21, 2014 um 2:02 pm

mind blown.

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Paula – bell’alimento January 21, 2014 um 4:29 pm

I’m finding my head hit the screen A LOT when I come to visit you. Swoon. Want. Stat.

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Sophia Purvis January 23, 2014 um 2:26 am

Wow that was something different Love your Photo’s
They look so good

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dina January 23, 2014 um 6:24 am

these look so delicious!

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Yead January 23, 2014 um 8:19 am

Wow………This looking so YUM. I love this. Great idea.

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Donna January 23, 2014 um 5:37 pm

I’m confused by the butter. 1 tsp butter and 1 tsp unsalted butter?

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Jackie January 23, 2014 um 7:06 pm

Sorry! Typo. It’s just one tablespoon unsalted butter (but I’m sure salted would be fine as well).

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Liz @ FloatingKitchen January 23, 2014 um 6:12 pm

Cereal is definitely comfort food for me too! I have a bowl when I can’t sleep at night or when I’m snuggled on the couch watching trashy TV!

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Meredith In sock monkey slippersdith January 28, 2014 um 1:06 pm

I love this pairing! Like, I want to dive in head first and eat my way out.

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Heidi February 10, 2014 um 4:40 pm

This looks delicious! Can you tell me what size glasses you served this in/how many ounces of pudding per serving?

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Jackie February 10, 2014 um 10:09 pm

I used 1/2 pint glasses, but didn’t fill them all the way. About 6 ounces per serving.

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Marie-Anne February 16, 2014 um 9:41 am

I turned this recipe into a cake for friend’s birthday.
Honey cookies – stout pudding – honey cookies – stout whipped cream – honey cookies – royal icing – bacon bits.
Delicious!

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Daria May 15, 2014 um 11:41 am

Thanks a lot for the recipe! Made this pudding today for my boyfriend’s birthday dinner, and he said it was the best dessert he had in a long time. I live in Finland, so I used local stout. It worked out nicely!

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Kathleen August 26, 2015 um 11:28 am

My boyfriend is a dessert fiend, and an all grain brewer. This couldn’t have been more perfect!! I just whipped this up for our picnic and put it into small jars on top of a brownie base.

THANK YOU

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Brooke March 18, 2017 um 11:28 pm

This was quite possibly the best pudding I have ever had. I used oakshire’s espresso stout and it was fantastic. Made it for st Patrick’s day and thought my husband might lose his mind. Amazing. Thank you for the great recipes!

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Jackie March 19, 2017 um 1:03 pm

I’m so glad! And that’s a great beer for this recipe 🙂

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