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April 15, 2005



I'll be trying this one SOON!


When does the chocolate go in? After the mixture comes to full boil?


Oops! Check the recipe again - I revised it to indicate when to add chocolate. Sorry...


What do you mean by 1/2 cup chocolate? Do you mean a bar broken up into little bits and then measured out? Any idea how many ounces we're talking here? My dad is going to be very, very excited the next time he visits me...! Thanks.


Karen: yes, 1/2 cup's worth of a bar of bittersweet chocolate (or semi-sweet morsels). If I were a sophisticated cook I could convert that to ounces, but, well, I'm not! Good luck!


I just made the chocolate tapioca pudding...incredible! I used an equal mixture of Scharffen Berger Bittersweet and Scharffen Berger Extra Dark chocolate. Yum!!Thanks!


I followed the recipe above, with a few modifications of my own. We are a Lindt chocolate family, so of course the chocolate I used was the Lindt 70% Excellence Bar (I used 3 ounces). I kicked it up a bit with 2 teaspoons of Kahlua, and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon. I must say this was the best I have ever tried!! Thanks!


Ooh, Alli, I am loving the kahlua idea! I bet Bailey's Irish Creme would work too.


My grandmother used to make this pudding when I was young and I haven't had it since. I can't wait to try this out!

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