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    Instant chocolate pudding is deepened with additional cocoa powder, heated up with wasabi powder and brightened with lime zest. It will get hotter if left to stand, so if you can't eat it all, start with the lesser amount of wasabi. Be sure to use Dutch cocoa powder; natural isn't as deep in flavor. Adapted from a recipe by Kerry Saretsky at Serious Eats. http://bit.ly/4Ij62A

    Recipe #409244

    Excellent for diabetics and people who want to eat more squash. This actually tastes more like butterscotch than pumpkin, but the pumpkin does add a smoothness and flavour to this pudding.

    Recipe #117487

    This nifty little recipe will allow you to make your own home-made instant pudding! It relies on instant clear jel, which will set cold liquids. (Clear Jel and INSTANT Clear Jel are not the same thing - make sure you get the instant!) It's a modified corn starch, and gluten-free. You can also produce the powder in bulk (2 c each sugar, clear jel and cocoa powder, 1/2 t salt), and mix 3/4 c of that with 2 cups of milk - transfer the powder to storage with a spoon so it doesn't fly everywhere. Adapted from http://bit.ly/10Aiaui

    Recipe #494020

    This nifty little recipe will allow you to make your own home-made instant pudding! It relies on instant clear jel, which will set cold liquids. (Clear Jel and INSTANT Clear Jel are not the same thing - make sure you get the instant!) It's a modified corn starch, and gluten-free. You can also produce the powder in bulk (2 c each sugar and clear jel, 2 T vanilla powder, 1/2 t salt), and mix 3/4 c of that with 2 cups of milk. Adapted from http://bit.ly/10Aiaui

    Recipe #494018

    This nifty little recipe will allow you to make your own home-made instant pudding! It relies on instant clear jel, which will set cold liquids. (Clear Jel and INSTANT Clear Jel are not the same thing - make sure you get the instant!) It's a modified corn starch, and gluten-free. You can also produce the powder in bulk (2 c clear jel and cocoa powder, 48 pkts Equal, 1/2 t salt), and mix 3/4 c of that with 2 cups of milk - transfer the powder to storage with a spoon so it doesn't fly everywhere. Adapted from http://bit.ly/10Aiaui

    Recipe #494021

    This nifty little recipe will allow you to make your own home-made instant pudding! It relies on instant clear jel, which will set cold liquids. (Clear Jel and INSTANT Clear Jel are not the same thing - make sure you get the instant!) It's a modified corn starch, and gluten-free. You can also produce the powder in bulk (48 pkts of Equal, 2 c clear jel, 2 T vanilla powder, 1/2 t salt), and mix 3/4 c of that with 2 cups of milk. Adapted from http://bit.ly/10Aiaui

    Recipe #494019

    13 Reviews |  By Lan

    This is being posted per a request. Recipe is printed in the SBD book page 182. Also listed is a Lime Zest version, an Almond and a Vanilla version. We have only tried the Mocha as this is our first week on SBD. Hope you enjoy and it satisfies your choco craving.

    Recipe #110938

    From The Kitchn blog at http://tinyurl.com/deaj2w Best served piping hot. Author note: "You can use the whole egg in this. However, I find that it's difficult to keep the egg white from curdling at least a little bit when added into the hot cereal, so you may find soft little nubs of egg white throughout. If this won't bother you, add the whole egg. Using just the egg yolk seems to keep it a little smoother."

    Recipe #361891

    I just made up this recipe. I had a lot of leftover jasmine rice, and decided to try an experiment. My mom used to make rice pudding from leftovers all the time, but I added my own flavors for this one. The quantities are approximate, and you can modify according to your taste or according to the amount of leftover rice you have.

    Recipe #172641

    Wonderful way to enjoy chocolate pudding without all the fat. Very satisfying considering there isn't a drop of cream or a pat of butter in it. Cooling time is cook time.

    Recipe #75501

    This recipe makes for a small portion - just enough for two people, and it's low-fat, so it satisfies that dessert craving without being too decadent. You can substitute 2% milk, though the pudding will be a little less thick; it's not worth making with 1% or skim. (If, like me, you only have skim in the house, but you keep half-and-half for coffee, use 1 cup skim and 1/4 c half-and-half.) Adapted from Cook's Illustrated. http://bit.ly/U6ORv7 Link will fail if you are not a subscriber.

    Recipe #493829

    An easy way to use up leftover cooked rice. Doesn't taste quite as good as the old-fashioned kind, but tasty enough.

    Recipe #336494

    A perfect use for leftover rice! Really simple too.

    Recipe #193928

    5 Reviews |  By Caretta

    My husband loves rice pudding and I always cook extra rice. I just made this recipe up and we love it! It has some indian spices in it to make it a little different. Hope you like it!

    Recipe #187603

    From the wizards at Cook's Illustrated - except it's not on their website, so cribbed from Leite's Culinaria. http://bit.ly/PKPtCc Don’t open the oven door during the first seven minutes of baking this lemon souffle, but do check the souffle regularly for doneness during the final few minutes of baking. Be ready to serve the souffle immediately after removing it from the oven. Using a 10-inch traditional (not nonstick) skillet is essential to getting the right texture and height in the lemon souffle.

    Recipe #486011

    From the Syllabub blog at Blogspot.com. Makes enough for one large trifle (using a trifle bowl 10" wide by 5" deep). See recipe #291863.

    Recipe #291855

    This recipe came from the back of a package of pre-made crepes I bought many years ago. It's the best custard, very creamy and sweet. It's great all by itself, or to use as a crepe filling (as the title defines). But I've also used it to sweeten up a bowl of fresh fruit. Since I have kids, I usually make this without the Brandy and it's just as good.

    Recipe #323013

    My husband loves rice pudding, but he's diabetic (we both are). This is a simple recipe which only makes enough for two servings. He can't pig out! I usually set aside cooked rice just to make this for him.

    Recipe #215951

    Posted by Susan to the Cooking-Dragon mailing list. Any fruit liqueur, framboise, eau de vie de fraises, kirschwasser, Cointreau or Grand Marnier can be used in this recipe.

    Recipe #369429

    When I first had Indian rice pudding for dessert at an Indian restaurant, I knew I had to get a recipe for it. This one is great! It's from the Food Network's "Good Eats" with Alton Brown. Note: The ground cardamom is one of the ingredients that gives this rice pudding its Indian flavor, but some people may find it overpowering. My mom liked this recipe, but found the cardamom flavor a bit strong, so use less if you're not sure or leave it out if you don't like it. I think it will still taste great.

    Recipe #130055

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