Chocolate Orange Sponge Pudding

This pudding is absolutely divine and at just 1 point each on No Count, it’s worth having a No Count day just to try it!  If tracking, it’s 4 points per serving.  (I’ve done a variation on this recipe for next week.)

  

Ingredients (makes 4):

  • 100g Ready Brek
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tbsp Splenda/Canderel/Truvia
  • 2 eggs
  • 16g Flora, melted (4g per person is free)
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 5 tbsp skimmed milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 8 tsp Choc Shot
  • a tin of mandarins in juice or an orange, peeled and cut into chunks
  • 1 tbsp MyProtein sugar-free maple syrup (optional)

Method:

  1. Pre-heat the oven to 180C.
  2. Put the Ready Brek, Splenda and baking powder into a bowl and mix.
  3. In a separate bowl, add the olive oil, Flora, eggs, milk and vanilla extract and whisk. Then pour this mixture into the Ready Brek mixture and stir until the consistency is smooth.
  4. Mix in 4 tsp Choc Shot.
  5. Share the mandarins/orange between four small pudding bowls and add a squirt of sugar-free syrup (optional).
  6. Put the mixture on top of the mandarins/oranges.
  7. Make a hole in the mixture and add a tsp of Choc Shot into each one before covering it up.
  8. Bake in the oven for about 20 minutes. Enjoy!

Can be served with low fat natural yogurt, Skyr natural yogurt or Yeo Valley 0% crème fraiche.

12 thoughts on “Chocolate Orange Sponge Pudding”

  1. Hi Helen, just made the choc orange pudding. I had some of the choc orange shot so even more orange flavour. Verdict: absolutely yummy. Will def be making this again xxx

    1. Thank you Julie, glad you enjoyed this one. I love the choc shot when it’s hot together with the sponge – truly delicious! 😋😋💕 Helen xxxx

  2. Helen, you have unleashed a cooking monster in me! While I’m sitting waiting for one thing to cook I’m going through your recipes and now making these. Its 11.20 at night ha ha. Thank you sooooooo much for the yummy recipes. I shall be bulk cooking tomorrow I think. Xxx

    1. Lol Julie, I’d love to be in your kitchen today with all that cooking going on and those yummy desserts to eat. Hope you have a lovely day! Helen xxx

    1. Hi Juliette, this pudding does taste better with Ready Brek – as it’s like a powdered oat in texture, it makes the sponge softer and smoother. You could try it with normal oats but it might not work out as well. Sorry, Helen xxx

  3. This is going to the top of my list,already on my 8th batch of Lemon oaties and cheese scones,family can’t get enough of them, your recipes are great and not to complicated, than you for Sharing them,xxx

    1. Thank you Jan! It’s great to hear that you’re enjoying the recipes and you’re certainly in for a treat with this one! I hope you have a lovely week, Helen xxx

    1. Hi Maggie, you’ll enjoy this one:-) If on No Count, it’s the Choc Shot that is the 1sp but if tracking, it’s the Ready Brek, eggs, olive oil, milk and Choc Shot to point. Ready Brek Original is free on No Count:-) Helen xxx

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