The best school pudding- Chocolate Concrete

– BAKING –

Chocolate Concrete (AKA, THE BEST SCHOOL PUDDING EVER)

When I was a kid I loved this school pudding, I can remember it so well. This was one of my favourite puddings that I ever had at school. I can’t quite remember if I had this in primary school or secondary, but something is telling me primary school. If you remember this pudding, then I hope scrolling through this recipe will bring back some memories for you. If you never had this in school then I am sorry but you missed out as it was literally my childhood in school. If you don’t know what this is, it is a type of soft biscuit that just falls apart when you eat it. It can sometimes be served with custard and it tastes amazing.

If you had this at your school then let me know in the comments below as I would love to know!

 

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– LETS GET STARTED –

Ingredients that you will need- 

200g self raising flour

200g granulated sugar, you will also need a bit towards the end to sprinkle on top

50g cocoa powder (DO NOT USE ANY THING ELSE OTHER THAN PURE COCOA POWDER, THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT)

100g butter

Equipment that you will need

A mixing bowl

A spatula

Scales

A sieve

A spoon and a fork

Baking paper

A square baking tin

Method –

Step one- Preheat your oven to 180oc and line a square baking tin with baking parchment. You want the parchment to hang over the sides of the tin as it will be easier to pull the concrete out of the tin once baked.

Step two- Melt the butter and you can either do this in the microwave or on the hob. Then sift the flour and cocoa powder into a bowl and then add the sugar. Mix all of these dry ingredients together until well combined. Add the melted butter and stir it in. Keep mixing all of the ingredients together and once it starts to take shape it should be really crumbly (THIS IS HOW YOU WANT IT TO BE) if it isn’t like this yet, keep mixing until it starts to crumble, it shouldn’t take long.

Step three- Once it has started to crumble, you can spoon out the mixture into the baking tin and using a spatula make the mixture level and press down on the mixture until it is flat and compact. With a fork, poke holes over the top of the cake. Place in the oven and bake for 20-25 minutes, check it around 20 minutes. You don’t want to burn it.

Step four- Once it is ready, take it out of the oven and pull the baking parchment so the concrete comes out of the tin. Cut the concrete into big squares and sprinkle some sugar over the top.  You can eat it straight away or leave it until it has cooled down. You can serve it with whatever you like, a lot of people put custard on top of it. Enjoy 🙂

 

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If you live in the UK did you ever have this pudding for school? what are some of the memories that it brings back for you?

Sophia xo

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69 thoughts on “The best school pudding- Chocolate Concrete

  1. Awww I used to have this in school! Definitely brings back memories. I used to have it with thick warm custard! I’ll have to give this a go with dairy free spread and see if it works! Was great to read and have all those Primary School memories coming back!
    PaleGirlRambling xo

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  2. I actually don’t think that I’ve ever had any of this pudding even when at school! I might have to make some as I feel like missed out on something amazing x

    Kayleigh Zara 🌿www.kayleighzaraa.com

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    1. Its so crazy that we have different ideas of that! I get what you mean though I think I have seen it in films haha! It is basically a brownie but you would have it for pudding at school! xx

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  3. I never had these at school???? I feel like I’m missing out so much (they look amazing) definitely going to have to try some!!
    Best wishes, gee x

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  4. We had this in my school but we had the plain, buttery one more often and I used to buy it from our breakfast bar ALL THE TIME. Looking at the ingredients it makes me realise why I was such a podger in school 🐷😂 soo yummy though. I cannot wait to bake this myself, I’m not gonna be able to resist eating loads of it!
    Alice Xx
    blacktulipbeauty.co.uk

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  5. Looks soo delicious! I am a HUGE chocolate lover and probably a bigger chocolate fan than even children 😛 I never had this when a child, so I definitely been robbed of that from my childhood 😦 😛 Thank you for sharing! 🙂

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