Followed written directions. 3/4 cup of butter is too much. It was swimming in butter and had no cake like part. It was very disappointing. I found another recipe that called for 7tbsp which seems better. Also, too little flour for the amount of liquid.
My family loves this chocolate cobbler!! When I make it, I have to double the recipe!! There have been times I thought maybe I should triple it!! Every one who has eaten it falls in love with it!!
Made this 3/29/21. As another review stated, this recipe uses common pantry ingredients and takes no time to make. I put it in the oven before dinner so we'd be sure to enjoy it soon after it baked. The combination of warm pudding, delicate top crust and gooey chocolate was irresistible. My husband and I couldn't stop taking spoonfuls from the baking dish! My only suggestion is to add 1/2 tsp salt to the dry ingredients to make the pudding's chocolate flavor "pop."
Something easy and decadent to throw together since I usually always have these ingredients on hand. In response to another commenter: 3/4 cup of butter. If 3 cups, it would end up swimming in butter which might be what happened to the commenter who gave it 1 star because it was “swimming” in butter.
this looks delicious, but the recipe says 3/4 cup of butter and the video says 3 cups? Which one is it?
By far, this was an odd-sounding recipe, but oh my goodness! So decadent, and my family all wanted it again for breakfast because they couldn't stop thinking about it in their dreams. Try it!
I made this at Thanksgiving and everybody loved it. Made it exactly as the recipe said to make it, served with vanilla ice cream and it was a hit! My son wanted me to make it again over Christmas, but we just had to many other things. Try this, it's easy and delicious!!!