Wednesday, August 26, 2009

The recipe for Chocolate Goop!

Chocolate Goop isn't difficult to make and requires ingredients you might have on hand. If you don't have chocolate pudding on hand then any pudding will do.

Assemble these items:
A 9 x 13 pan (mist with cooking spray)
1 cup butter
1/2 cup light brown sugar
1 cup angel flake coconut
2 cups flour
You will also need....Two packages pudding mix and 4 cups milk.
Soften butter (but not as much as I did) and then mix in brown sugar. Blend well and add the coconut. Add one cup flour and mix, then second cup of flour and blend til crumbly.
Place mixture in baking pan and press til flat. Bake in 400 degree oven for 15 minutes or until golden.
While the crust bakes, you can prepare the pudding mixture. Combine milk and pudding mix and follow package directions to prepare pudding. When pudding is done, set aside but stir frequently so that you do not get a hard layer on top of pudding.
Your crust should look like this when you remove it from the oven.

Let it cool a bit and then chop it up with a spoon and fill one cup of mixture in a measuring cup. You will use this mixture for top of pudding.

Next step is to press the crust back down in the pan and pour in the pudding.

Spread the pudding across the entire crust, then with your hands, sprinkle the cup of crust crumbs over the top of the pudding mixture.
Adding a dollop of whipped creme is highly recommended but I had no whipped creme on hand. Cool whip would do in a pinch. :-) I enjoy it just as it is!!


Mary Grace McNamara said...

Well if that doesn't look just totally delicious! I am sure my kids would love that. Now that Sean has started first grade (today!) I will have to make sure to have something filling and close to healthy for him to snack on when he comes home in the afternoons. This will be a wonderful treat for him and the rest of us too!

Thanks for sharing it!


Pat said...

I am so glad you put the recipe KNOW I'd have been asking for it otherwise!!! LOL

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