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Chef David Bishop teaches how to prepare chocolate chip cookie pudding.
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Chocolate Chip Cookie Pudding Recipe
Hi kids! This is Chef David Bishop. And welcome to the new episode Kid’s Cookin’. Today, I like to show you how to make chocolate chip cookie pudding. Let’s take a look at our ingredients and get started. Okay stir your milk and chocolate instant pudding, choco cup cookies, some kind of a topping. I got basic pieces here. I use M&M’s chocolate chips or whatever you’d like, full whip, choco syrup, an 8 1/2x11 inch pan, two spoons and spatula. Let’s go and get started here.
Let’s start with our chocolate chips. Lay it flat across the bottom. In this pan, we shall be able to get 3x4 and then we’ll cut some cookies in half and finish off our dish. Break a couple in a half but you might do this edge down here. We take one-half of our chocolate pudding. Just drop it all over the cookies. Take a rubber spatula and we want o go edge to edge. You want to get it flat as you can possibly can. And we’ll stick a little bit. Now, I’ll just mention why we’re doing this. It you want to eat this for supper and only prepare and eat it within an hour or so, what you’re going to do is dip your cookies in milk. It will soften your cookies quicker. Now, what we’re going to do is we’re going to let this sit for a couple of hours so the cookies will get moist, get the moisture of the pudding and cool it. I got it nice and smooth. I want it moved over here.
Take half of our cool whip. I'm going to spread that across nice and flat. It’s a real fun dish for the family to do. We’ll add a little bit of choco on it. At this point in time, it’s not going to hurt. We will wipe it off. For the last step, we’ll make a presentation on top. We are going to try to get it smooth and flat as you can. It is smoking good. And we’ll take two or more cookies. Put it right onto again. Push it down a little bit to get a good flat. I want to make sure we save at least two cookies for the end. If we’ve got to save a couple of hour in the middle, that’s fine. We need to do a little bit for presentation. Since, our pan is curved a little bit, we’re going to be able to put two holes on here. We’ll take this other broken half and put it right here. Now, we’ll come back. The rest of our choco pudding, drop that around. Now, this is a large choco pudding mix in which we used three cups of milk. Now, I’m using a 16-ounce a pan of cool whip. Again, the color’s not going to meadow right now because we’re going to make one more presentation on this. This is where I exit the stage right. I’ll go wash my spatula. I'm back with the last of our cool whip. Spread that all over. I’ll get my clean rubber spatula and get it a little bit out of there.
We got a fun activity for the family. Kids will team off to work together on this and make it larger and use it for church function. I make this in large pans a lot of times to feed a lot of large crowds. You want to spread the whipped cream over to the edge so you don’t see any chocolate. Smoothen out. Make a little bit of it a design in that. And of course here, we’ve got six cookies left, so I'm going to balance this of. I'm going to take one here. One on each corner. You just use your imagination. I want to take this last two. I'm going to crumble those. Right across the top like that. I’ll take my choco syrup. I'm just going to drizzle right across the center edge just for presentation and whisk the pieces I mentioned to you, just put a few doors on top just for some color. There you have it, choco chip cookie pudding. We’re going to chill this for two hours and we’re going to dip it and let’s just see what it looks like on the inside.
Well, the choco chip cookie pudding chilled with four hours here. We still got a beautiful presentation and cooking is a little bit of crispiness left in. Let’s go and dip this out. Let’s zoom in here and take a look at the layers we’ve got of the cooled whip cream and the chocolate pudding in the cookies. This is great desert to make for church functions going over companies. This will make about 12 servings right here. It’s a fun dish to do. You can also make this with a low-fat whipped cream or low-fat chocolate pudding so it’s a little bit healthier for you. Let’s take one last look at out chocolate cookie pudding. It’s missing one thing. It’s missing a spoon. Wait a minute, I found myself one.
This is Chef David Bishop cooking and teaching. Remember kids, learn how to cook. You’ll love it for lifetime. May god bless.