Take your chocolate pudding to the next level with one of 11 mouth-watering recipes.
Cost per serving: 86¢
A stripe of white chocolate pudding between layers of dark chocolate pudding make this dessert as beautiful as it is delicious.
Recipe: Double Chocolate Pudding
Cost per serving: 31¢
Dress up your pudding by dragging a vegetable peeler across a bar of white chocolate to make shreds for a tasty garnish.
See recipe: Chocolate Pudding
Cost per serving: 43¢
Dig your spoon into this layered pudding cake while it’s still warm―and don’t forget the whipped cream.
Recipe: Spiced Chocolate Brownie Pudding
Cost per serving: $1.45
Forget the fuss of a campfire. Just mix together some pudding, graham crackers marshmallows and whipped cream and you have a yummy dessert.
See recipe: S'mores Pudding
Cost per serving: 42¢
You’ll never make instant again when you see how simple and delicious homemade pudding can be. It’s easy to leave the mint out if your kids don’t like it.
See recipe: Chocolate Mint Pudding
Cost per serving: 87¢
Milky Way Midnight bars have darker chocolate than traditional Milky Ways, which gives this pudding a richer chocolate flavor. You can swap in the regular Milky Ways, but the pudding will be much sweeter and not as chocolatey.
See recipe: Milky Way Pudding
Cost per serving: $2.14
Adjust this recipe to work with your taste buds. Sub in milk chocolate, or swap raspberries for strawberries.
See recipe: White and Dark Chocolate Pudding Parfaits
Cost per serving: $1.12
You can prepare the ramekins up to a day ahead — do not bake, just cover and refrigerate. Bake the cakes for about 5 minutes longer than the recipe states.
See recipe: Molten Chocolate-Nutella Pudding Cakes
Cost per serving: $1.47
Delight guests with this White-Chocolate and Cranberry Bread Pudding recipes—an extra-special way to end a memorable meal!
See recipe: White-Chocolate and Cranberry Bread Pudding
Cost per serving: $1.54
With a double dose of chocolate and a drizzle of dulce de leche, dessert does not get more decadent than this.
See recipe: Double Chocolate Bread Pudding with Dulce de Leche
Cost per serving: $2.53
Presentation is the key to inspiring awe with this simple dessert. Make it in the morning (or day before) and refrigerate. Garnish with chocolate shavings and orange zest before serving.
See recipe: Cranberry and Chocolate Trifle
Cost per serving: 99¢
Large heart-shaped sprinkles add a sweet and whimsical touch to these decadent pots de creme.
See recipe: Chocolate Pots de Creme
Cost per serving: 81¢
Indulge in creamy peanut butter and sweet milk chocolate mousse for as elegant as a holiday dessert or as simple as a family weeknight sweet treat.
Recipe: Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Mousse