Vegan Chocolate Custard Recipe

Vegan Chocolate Custard Recipe

 
Makes approx. 3 cups
Jerome is so excited for me to post his famous ‘Chocolate Custard’. Whenever I am feeling tired with a sweet tooth I always ask him to make this gourmet food recipe for me. The beauty of this custard is that you can eat it straight away hot off the stove or if you are patient, store it in the fridge for at least 3 hours until it is completely set. I have to admit that sometimes I can’t wait if I feel like a nice hot custard. However, it is DEFINITELY worth the wait if you can be patient and wait for it to set and eat it cold. The taste completely changes once it is cold and sets. It tastes really similar to chocolate yoghurt such as YoGo. Yum yum yum! I highly recommend that you make this and let you explore a whole new world of vegan desserts! We were originally going to include this in our Vegan Lunchbox Ideas eBook but I really wanted to share it with you all 🙂 I didn’t want to hide it in an eBook… it is way too delicious hehe.

 Ingredients
  • 4 level tablespoons corn flour
  • 6 tablespoons white sugar
  • 2 cups soy milk
  • 1 cup water
  • 5 tablespoons cocoa
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
 Preparation Instructions
  1. Add all ingredients to a saucepan and whisk vigorously until completely combined and smooth without lumps.
  2. Place the saucepan on the stove on low-medium heat, continue to whisk frequently for about 10 minutes until it slowly brought to the boil. Be careful that the custard does not stick to the bottom of the saucepan.
  3. Take off the heat at this point (It will have thickened but will still be easy to pour).
  4. Allow to sit for 10 minutes to allow to thicken if eating hot or pour into a bowl or ramekin and refrigerate for at least 3 hours until completely set. The set consistency will be similar to a soft jelly.
  • In the first step, make sure you whisk the ingredients in a cool pot before adding it to the heat to avoid lumps.
 
Source: www .veggieful.com/2012/10/vegan-chocolate-custard-recipe.html

Chocolate

Chocolate

As a drink or a little square of candy to end the day, chocolate is difficult to not love. Commonly associated with Valentine’s Day, giving chocolates as gifts is the universal symbol of expressing love and affection. Chocolates in reality contain endorphins, which give a boost in the mood, giving that feeling of euphoria or happiness, that same happy feeling one gets post-workout. Definitely J.K. Rowling got that part befitting in her Harry Potter books, giving chocolate to anyone who has survived a dementor onslaught. Going back to chocolate and love, during Valentine’s Day or any other extraordinary occasion, it is not unusual to see sights of bringing chocolate candies with roses to a cherished one or serving chocolate cake. Even a mug of hot chocolate with a marshmallow gives that satisfying feeling after a bad day or a dragging day at work.

 

Chefs recipes and candies, chocolates have ranged from bars, to squares, fun shapes, filled ones, lollipops, and so on. Plain milk, dark, white, or marbled, they can be mixed with marshmallows and fillings for a unique texture or flavor. Although artisan brands and combinations are available at most supply stores, homemade chocolate candies can be prepared at the comfort of your own homes as there are easy-to-do recipes to make them from store-bought books to simply searching them online. Compound chocolate is also available in baking and confectionery supply stores, which can be melted and poured into moulds and frozen until hard and ready for packaging. Making your own chocolates can be a fun way to make gifts and giveaways for Christmas or parties.

 

Cakes, ice cream, and cookies are also other ways on how chocolate can be incorporated into a foolproof gourmet food recipes dessert. In ice cream, it can even be used to jazz up plain vanilla ice cream by shaving some chocolate on top, or adding something sweet to yogurt. Classic chocolate chip cookies can be also presented as gifts or for that chocolate lover friend you have, make chocolate dough and overdose on the chocolate chips.

 

Chocolate is an ingredient that’s hard to go wrong. It gives literally a dose of happiness at first bite. Whether served warm as pie or as a mug of goodness, enjoyed as it is dipping fruits in it or in a candy bar, or enjoying it cold as a milkshake or ice cream, it is enough to bring a smile to anyone who loves it. Dementors be warned.