Very good and easy. I halved the recipe because I only had a 15oz can of fruit coctail but when it came to the eggs, I forgot to add only one and put two in, it still turned out great. I`m wondering how it would be with either pineapple or apple pie filling to also try. Thanks for posting an excellent recipe.
This was so good! My DH remembered having this as a child, but I had never been able to find just the right recipe until now. Finally, my search is over. Thanks so much for posting!
OMG..so easy and yet so wonderful..made this for wife's friends baby shower and the ladies were in love..(the the recipe not me..)lol... had to give everyone the recipe or they said they wouldnt leave..lol..Thanks
WOW!! I've never made this type of pudding before (I'm guessing it's British maybe?) so I'm not sure if it turned out right, but it turned out GOOD! I halved the recipe because I only had a small can of fruit cocktail. It was more cakey than what I consider "pudding" but I was glad because it was SO DARN GOOD!
A definite keeper. I subbed canned peaches as we were out of fruit cocktail It didn't exactly say in the directions, but the batter seemed to need the fruit to be undrained. I used a 13 x 9 cake pan (which turned out to be the perfect size) and baked it for approximately 30 minutes. We took the suggestion and served this with Birds's custard and WOWEE....nirvana.
I'm a former SA too and this is a pudding I used to make all the time. It's good, and I'm sure this recipe is too. I use Annette Human's recipe for the microwave in which she includes a couple of spoons of cocoa. But I'll try this one too.
I love this i am sorry that i was being rude, i am truthfully sorry,