Meditations on Immanuel, God With Us
“The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel”[a] (which means “God with us”).
Jesus said, “Surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
Today I started back to Community Bible Study after a month long break for Christmas. I missed the study so much! We are studying Hebrews and it is addicting! The more I learn the more I want to know! I thank God that I live in a country where I have the freedom to believe, to study, and to share without oppression. Thank you Lord, Jesus!
This week I have shared recipes for everything from Baked Oatmeal at breakfast to Cheese Bite snacks and even an awesome recipe for Fingerling potatoes and vegetables. And now I just don’t want to let the week go without at least one sweet something! During December, one of our cookbook winners was Robyn Maxum. Robyn is sharing today’s recipe of Warm Chocolate Pudding Cakes with us. When I first read through the recipe I thought, “wow, this is just like our Walnut Fudge Pie” recipe. I even told my two culinary consultants that I thought this was going to be just like one of our favorite pies. Boy was I wrong!
Turns out the ingredient list is very similar but the end result much different. These pudding cakes are a nicely dense, very moist chocolate cake that can be eaten alone, served with some Dulce de leche (caramel), topped with whip cream, or maybe even a little scoop of vanilla bean ice cream.
I made two cans of Dulce de leche when I was making Banoffi Pie last fall. I used one can in the pie and opened up the second can to top these lovely pudding cakes. My oh my … it was delicious! This is how I will always serve it. If you have never made your own caramel, take a look at the Banoffi pie recipe and I included directions. Easy as … pie!
Thank you Robyn for sharing this recipe. It is a keeper!