During any celebration or family gathering, it’s helpful to have a few pressure cooker recipes ready when your food prep time and space in the oven are both limited. From homemade cheesecake to chocoflan, try something a little extra special and everyone will be talking about how your dessert was the highlight of the event.
Chocolate pudding isn’t just a mix from a box. When you make Pressure Cooker Chocolate Pudding from scratch, it’s a rich dessert that will impress your guests. Usually, homemade pudding needs low heat and a lot of stovetop supervision to thicken to the right consistency. A pressure cooker does all the work for you.
Test Kitchen Tip: Let your pressure-cooked pudding set up in the fridge for three hours or overnight. It’s a good make-ahead dessert for a party. Make it in the morning and have it ready to serve with dinner that night.