Chocolate pudding pie

Chocolate pudding pie

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Kairos Chocolate Cobbler
Recipe courtesy of James K Jones
www.KairosKatering.com
 
For the filling:
1 stick of unsalted butter
1 cup of unsweetened cocoa powder
3 cups of sugar
2 cups of heavy cream
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
 
For the topping:
1 cup sugar
1 cup buttermilk
1 cup self-rising flour
 
For the preparing:
An oven, preheated to 350 degrees
One 9x9 casserole dish or pie plate
Cooking spray
One big mixing bowl (the bigger the better)
One medium sized saucepan
A wire whisk
A plastic spatula or spoon
 
In your big mixing bowl, add in the sugar, buttermilk, and flour for the topping. Whisk all this together until it's all combined. Set aside.
 
In your medium saucepan, melt the butter. Reduce to medium heat. Add in the cocoa and whisk until the two become one. In the next steps you will alternate between the sugar and the heavy cream, constantly whisking the filling. Add in one cup of sugar and whisk until sugar is melted. Next add a third of the heavy cream and whisk. Follow the same step again with another cup of sugar, then another third of the heavy cream. Add in the final cup of sugar and whisk, then the final third of the heavy cream. Add in the vanilla and whisk until a smooth shiny filling is manifest.
 
Spray your casserole dish (or pie plate) with cooking spray. Pour the chocolate fusion evenly into the bottom. Allow it to cool for about 15 minutes or until the filling begins to firm up.
 
With your spatula or spoon, pour the topping mixture over the top of your chocolate filling. You will want to cleanly scrape out all the batter over the cobbler.
Place your cobbler dish into the middle rack of your oven and bake until golden brown and brimming with Delicious Goodness. This usually takes 45 minutes to an hour. I generally set the timer at 45 minutes and check on my cobbler. If it is not golden brown, I cook it in ten-minute intervals until it is ready to go. When your cobbler has reached it's golden brown awesomeness remove it from the oven and allow it to cool at least 30 minutes. This can be served right away, or kept in the refrigerator for up to seven days. This is a cobbler that can be devoured warm or cold because in each regard it provides a different facet of Delicious Goodness.
 
Note: the reactions you receive from people after serving my chocolate cobbler will make you the life of the party. Do not serve this cobbler if you desire to remain an introvert.

GDA Cooking - May 7, 2014

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