Celebrate Chocolate Pudding Day

Pay tribute to this cool, creamy treat by trying one of these recipes on June 26th

It’s the dessert that never seems to go out of style: chocolate pudding. If you've only made pudding from a box, it's time to try something new. As June 26th is National Chocolate Pudding Day, we’re pulling out our mixers and baking chocolate to make this cool, creamy favorite at home.

When making chocolate pudding, the options for dressing up the dessert are limitless once you’ve mastered a foundational recipe. Layer dark chocolate and milk chocolate puddings together for a striped parfait-like treat, or fill a baked pie shell with pudding and a topping of whipped cream for an easy and delicious no-bake rendition of a cream pie. Have kids at home? They can make this quick and easy dirt cake all by themselves! Just spoon chocolate pudding into flower pots, sprinkle with crushed cookie crumbs, and garnish with a gummy worm and a flower (stuck into a straw). They will surely love it.

What kinds of desserts do you like to make with chocolate pudding?


Classic Puddings

Milk Chocolate Pudding

From Epicurious.com

An easy and delicious treat that is great to serve a crowd — or good to make when you’ve got a mad chocolate craving.


Deep Chocolate Pudding

From Country Living

A rich, deep, and dark chocolate pudding that is sure to satisfy dark chocolate purists.


Chocolate-Hazelnut Pudding

From The Daily Meal

If you like Nutella, you’ll love this creamy, sweet gluten-free treat.


Coconut Chocolate Pudding

From 101 Cookbooks

A creamy treat that reminds us of one of our favorite candies: Mounds bars.


Puddings with a Twist

Bittersweet Chocolate Pudding Pops

Who says you need to be a kid to enjoy a chocolate pudding pop?


Baked Chocolate Pudding with Vanilla Whipped Cream

Puddings aren't only served cold. With this recipe, you can make — and bake — a chocolate base that transforms into a molten pudding that is great to serve for a dinner party.


Chocolate Pudding Trifle


This decadent trifle made of layers of rich cake and creamy pudding was the result of a “bakery disaster” at New York’s Magnolia Bakery. Make it and you’ll see why customers keep coming back for more.