Chocolate Teff Pudding

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Chocolate Teff Pudding


Gluten-free teff releases its starch when cooked, making it a perfect candidate for puddings. It works well with other bold flavors, like cacao powder, cloves and molasses. This pudding tastes even better after a day or two in the refrigerator.

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