The Walking Dead Chocolate Pudding Recipe

Strangely enough, one of the most iconic moments of The Walking Dead has to do with Carl Grimes, a young character working his way through 112 ounces of chocolate pudding.

The Coming of Age Of Carl Grimes

Many fans agree that the episode in which this pudding eating takes place – season 4, episode 9 can be considered the point when Carl becomes a man. He calls out his father (who is possibly slowly turning into a walker) on failing him, battles zombies and almost (almost) shoots a bullet at his father.

Readers who aren’t fans of The Walking Dead may be extremely puzzled and not a little horrified. However, they too can still enjoy this Chocolate Pudding recipe inspired by the one on the show.

The Chocolate Pudding Recipe

After the episode aired in 2014, The Walking Dead topped Twitter Tv ratings – many speculate it was because of fans’ responses to Carl working his way through that enormous amount of pudding.

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We’d just like to say, here, we empathise with Carl. Why not stuff your face with pudding to celebrate escaping from zombies? Especially when the pudding is good – try out this one and you’ll see what we mean.

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Pudding inspired by Carl's binge.
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  1. Stir the sugar and cocoa powder into 1 1/2 cups of the milk and place in a pan.
  2. Set this pan over medium heat and allow the milk to simmer.
  3. Once it simmers, take the milk off the stove.
  4. Whisk the salt, corn-starch, egg yolks and vanilla into the rest of the milk.
  5. Then, begin pouring in the hot milk into the egg mixture, string constantly.
  6. Place this mixture over medium heat and stir continuously until it begins to boil.
  7. Once it boils, reduce the heat to allow it to simmer.
  8. Continuously stir until it thickens (for 2-3 minutes)
  9. Take it off the stove and allow it to cool slightly.
  10. Pour it into a serving dish and refrigerate overnight.
  11. Take the pudding out of the fridge and serve immediately, pouring the whipping cream over the top.

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