Baked Sunday Mornings: Vanilla Bean & Milk Chocolate Budino

Vanilla Bean & Chocolate Budino

 I just checked to see the date of my last Baked Sunday Mornings recipe, and it was these Heartland Turtle Bars at the end of August. AUGUST! Six months ago! Unacceptable. Of course looking back, I can now see this coincided with the beginning of a big project at work (still ongoing!), which has made it a little more difficult to take on extra baking projects unless they are quick and easy, something which these Baked recipes have a tendency to be the opposite of. In any regard, there are only seven recipes left from Baked Explorations, and I’m going to make it a priority to bake them all!

First up is this Vanilla Bean & Milk Chocolate Budino (which is just a snazzier way of saying pudding). Coincidentally, I just made another two-layer pudding last month for a Gastropost mission, the theme of which was ONE POT. This is not something the Baked recipes are known for either, and sure enough this uses a saucepan and three bowls to get where you’re going. Weirdly enough, when I opened one of the jars this morning after chilling overnight, the milk chocolate pudding doesn’t seem to have set properly, so I’m not sure what went wrong there.

I’m sure they still taste great, and we’ll find out tonight when my friends come over to watch the Oscars! Can’t wait!

You can find the recipe here!

More Baked Sunday Mornings here!

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7 Responses to Baked Sunday Mornings: Vanilla Bean & Milk Chocolate Budino

  1. SandraM says:

    I love them in the little jars. Looks great. And would make for easy transporting!! I made mine in shot glasses and had a heck of a time transporting them to a friend’s place.

  2. Chelly says:

    I love that you put this in mason jars! You are so smart!

  3. Susan says:

    Hi, Robyn – I’ve missed you at BSM, but I just added you to my blog list so I won’t miss your other posts. Congrats on your blog-aversary!

  4. Yael says:

    Just love those jars!! I’m a jar freak!

  5. Sarah says:

    LOVE the little jars! I’m thinking one pot pudding is the only way to go after this project. Hope they went over well at your party! :)

  6. busylizzybakes says:

    Mason jars are a great idea for these, very cool!

  7. Krissy says:

    I’m in charge of a picnic next weekend…this is a great dessert idea! You’ve been missed. I had to drop out for 6 months several months ago…I missed out on so many great foods, but life happens. Glad you are back.

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