Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Chocolate Heart Pudding Cups

These pretty chocolate heart pudding cups were a spur of the moment idea.  There was a brownie recipe I wanted to try over the weekend and I ended up with a Pyrex measuring cup messy with melted chocolate.
Rather than discarding the rest of the chocolate, I melted more and grabbed my cupcake-sized heart silicon mold.
Spoon the melted chocolate in the silicon mold.  Using a pastry brush, brush the chocolate up the sides of the mold.  I used a mini-heart mold and paint brush last year to make Nutella filled  Chocolate hearts:
I wasn't sure how these would turn out in the large mold, so I wasn't going for perfection.  Next time I'll slow down to make the edges a uniform thickness.
Allow the chocolate to set up in the mold by placing the silicon mold in the refrigerator for 5-10 minutes.  Remove and peel the mold away from the chocolate.  The chocolate heart cups will just pop out.  It worked!
Fill the chocolate heart cup with chocolate pudding, top with whipped cream and garnish with a raspberry, strawberry or cherry.  Handle the cups while they are chilled so you don't leave fingerprints in the chocolate.
 The older kids passed up the brownies and begged to have one of the pudding cups.
It's fun to be able to eat the entire dessert...chocolate heart-shaped cup and all!


  1. so beautiful! I love the heart cups!

    Found you at pint sized baker!

  2. I saw your link at Ginger Snap Crafts' party ... How cute + yummy! :*) Thanks for sharing ...pinning ;)

    - Brenda @ChattingOverChocolate.blogspot.com

  3. I know I pin everything you do, you truly have a talent for this. These are so beautiful and your tutorials are great.
    My party is going on, I would love for you to stop by.
    Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

  4. Love it! So pretty, and such a great way to use up the rest of the chocolate. PInning this one to remember it.

    Thanks for sharing.


  5. Hi there! I featured you today on Blissful and Domestic. Stop by and check it out:>

    Danielle @ Blissful and Domestic

  6. Ah these look so pretty and can't go wrong with the chocolate, whipped cream and raspberry combo!

  7. these are great for the holiday!

  8. Very neat! I haven't tried baking with my heart shaped molds yet. I've been using mine instead to make soaps, solid sugar scrubs and solid lotion bars for Valentine's Day!

  9. Love these! Adorable! Pinned!
    *tip* I've found when using a mold like this, make a thin layer and allow to dry. Repeat 3 or 4 times until thickness is achieved. But these turned out great!
    Thanks for sharing at Two Cup Tuesday at Pint Sized Baker. See ya there Monday night!

  10. Love it, and it looks easy enough to do! I can't wait to try! Stopping by from Pin Me, I'm your newest follower.

    Stop by and say hi if you have a moment :) Running Away? I'll Help You Pack!

  11. It's a wonderful idea with beautiful result!
    These look AMAZING

  12. Very creative idea! They look amazing! I just started a new link party and would love for you to come over and share your post or any social media sites. Talkin’ About Thursday - http://designeddecor.com/talkin-about-thursday-link-party4/

  13. O.M.G!!! pinned!!

    Would love it if you could share this on my Link Party!

    Natasha @ www.serenityyou.com

  14. Your chocolate pudding cups are amazing and look delicious. I featured you over at memoriesbythemile.com
    Hope you'll come back again tomorrow for my weekly party. Can't wait to see what you share.
    Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

  15. So stinkin' cute! I can totally understand why the kids would choose them. :)

  16. These look delicious and your photos are beautiful!! Thanks so much for sharing & thanks for linking up to the "LOVE it" party!!

  17. These are beautiful and sound delicious! I can't wait to try this!



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