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Accidental Chocolate Ice Cream / Pudding Recipe (Gluten Free)

Pudding

It’s pudding time, children! (And accidental ice cream) I had no idea how easy pudding was until seeing this recipe via WednesdayChef via Smitten Kitchen. It’s only a half dozen ingredients and naturally gluten free. To make it vegan and dairy free just swap in vegan chocolate chips and non-dairy milk. The only changes I made to the recipe were switching in almond milk and adding an extra 5 minutes on the cook time. Frequent stirring helps avoid “skin” on top.

Pudding Time

Pudding Time

Accidental Ice Cream

We allowed the mixture to chill completely at room temperature and then transferred to the fridge. Wanting it to thicken quicker, it was then shifted to the freezer. We promptly forgot about it which was a happy mistake. Instead of regular pudding, it tasted and looked like chocolate ice cream! Or more accurately, like jello pudding pops.

I recommend eating it with fresh fruit like bananas, raspberries and blueberries. Have you had any similar happy recipe mistakes?

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6 comments on “Accidental Chocolate Ice Cream / Pudding Recipe (Gluten Free)

  1. I wish all mistakes looked this yummy!

  2. […] by the recent accidental chocolate ice cream post, the Food Song of the Month is called “It’s Pudding Time.” When Bay Area band Primus […]

  3. You had me at “Jello Pudding Pops”; I used to live on those! 90% of my cooking is the result of “happy recipe mistakes”, so you are in good company! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  4. […] last year, I accidently made chocolate ice cream. It was a happy mistake blogged about in this post (coincidently, a year ago). Well, if it worked for regular, why not white chocolate? All it takes […]

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