Vegan pear chocolate pudding-cake

As i was thinking of a name for the recipe, or title, it sudenly came to me when i was reaching out for the 2 last pears i the fridge: peerless chocolate cake. It did not comeout as a cake since i forgot to add a rising agent, was stubborn and didn’t add sugar. I’d like to improve this recipe in the future,maybe some sugar, i think 1/3 of a cup will be enough. If you do not add the sugar, it will still be sweet if your chocokate has sugar in it, because the pears (peers) help. It is very moist, and surprisingly this got sweeter overnight.

20130512_232403-1    The other half? Well, i ate it before the picture, sorry…

Ingredients

60 grams of your favourite chocolate (vegan)

1 1/2 cup flour

2 tbsp ground nutmeg (once again i hammered it)

(1/3 brown sugar)

Vanilla soy yogurt

1/2 cup water (or non dairy milk (i’m trying to manage my cholesterol although i know cakes don’t help)

2 sweet pears

1 tsp sodium bicarbonate

Hands on!

1.Preheat oven 170C (350F)

2. “Food process” your chocolate, or simply hammer it until dust, add the flour (and sugar if using), water, nutmeg. Blend it, in the food processor or with your hands, with some tool.

3.Cut the pear in small pieces and add to the batter.

4.Towards the oven! For about 40-45 minutes bake, or until the gooeyness disappears.

Hope you like it! If you have suggestions to improved please mention 😀

My mother liked the pears but did not quite like the chocolate. My father simply said that if i had the chance i’d improve it. Tomorrow i’ll take some for my classmates for more feedback!
Update: my classmates thought it was very good! *very happy* I better add a moist alert to this recipe.

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