Chocolate Pear Custard
This is a great way to get fruit and calcium together in one tasty package
2. Cook the mixture over fairly low heat, stirring it all the time. When it's hot enough to melt the butter, you can add it in, along with the vanilla.
3. Keep cooking until the pudding darkens, thickens and bubbles around the edge. Take it off the heat and let it cool.
4. Cut the pears into slices, and serve them in dished with custard on top, or on the side.
Letting the pudding cool with a plastic bag on the surface will stop a 'skin' forming on the top.
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