The recipe worked but I used 1 1/3 C lite Silk chocolate milk with chocolate instant pudding. I added a little more soy milk after I started mixing it and it still had a few small lumbs that just didn't smooth out. I don't know if that's because it was low fat soy milk. the texture was fine though and it hit the spot. I will try again and layer with banana slices or sprinkle with shredded coconut.
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!! 2-year-old lactose intolerant DD thanks you greatly too! I added the whole 1 1/2 cups of soy milk because the reviews saying 1 cup was too thick "scared me", but frankly I thought 1 1/2 cups was far too runny, but the flavor was so good we gobbled it all up anyway. I am going to use just 1 cup next time and probably will use plain soymilk instead of vanilla because it was REALLY sweet. My next task is to make a banana pudding... MMMMMMM.
I love vanilla so I used vanilla pudding with vanilla soymilk. Delicious! Nice to have when there's a craving for something soft and sweet. It's also good to mix with coffee and milk to add more flavor when having a drink lol ;) Thanks for sharing, vitalev!
This recipe works! I also added more soy milk, as others have metioned, 1 cup leaves it very thick. I did notice after sitting in the fridge for a few days the consistency became thinner. Better eat it in less than 3 days next time!
I have missed pudding so much!! Thank you after several times of trying to make pudding with soy milk i read this and it works I also thought it was a bit thick so next time i will add in more soy
Thanks! What a great idea to just decrease the amount of milk used. It was actually a little thick, so I added more soy milk bit by bit until the right consistency was achieved.
I tried this, it never set up. I'm not sure what the "trick" is that you mentioned? Can you elaborate?