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I don't know what I did wrong, the pudding became very gelatanous after I cooked it. It had a good flavor though, just a weird consistency.
Awesome!! Although I do double the vanilla and much prefer it that way. Have made it both ways but double vanilla is best !! Thank you !!
Very good! I used the microwave to cook it.
This was a good basic recipe; nice to make instead of the boxed pudding. It turned out quite thick; took quite a while to boil. But tasted great and was easy to make ahead for dessert.
This is delicious! I took a few suggestions from the other comments, so I made it exactly as it says (scaled down to 1 serving) but added a dash of cinnamon, a little extra splenda, and about 1/8 tsp of espresso powder. It came out great, especially with the Cool Whip on top. And it is surprising how mild the nutrition facts are, it seems so indulgent. Thanks!
This is a great recipe. I have quite a sweet tooth, though, so I about doubled the sugar. I used splenda though, so no harm done. I also added some ground cloves and cinnamon and ate it hot. It tasted like Christmas in July. How positively smashing.
Whisper, I really enjoyed this pudding. It is hard to believe that something this rich-tasting is made with skim milk and no eggs (and thus no eggy little lumps to strain out). I added 1/2 teaspoon of espresso powder with the dry ingredients, and coconut extract along with the vanilla. I served it topped with toasted coconut curls...as you said, there are many possibilities. Thanks for sharing!
I'm sorry, but I thought the taste was not good at all. I was excited about the healthy part, but I'm sorry, didn't work for me.
What a good basic recipe. We really enjoyed it and will definitely keep it. Thank you! Margie
Thanks for sharing, this is soo delicious, we couldn't wait for it to chill! I didn't have any vanilla, but it was still yummy. My kids have said that I should make it all the time, and I probably will because it is so easy! - Hmmm, they could make it themselves!!!- posted Jul 31, 2005