Prep 2 mins
Cook 30 mins
Very simple recipe, but if anyone has ever tried making instant pudding with soymilk you have probably been very disappointed! This trick will not leave you with a runny mess, just a creamy, yummy instant treat that is pretty healthy too! I like my pudding thick, so I use 1 cup of soy, but if you like a thinner pudding just increase the soymilk by 1/4 or 1/2 cup.
- Empty pudding mix into a bowl.
- Add soymilk and whisk until smooth.
- Refrigerate until set.
- NOTE: Try with different flavors of pudding and soy milk! Or, make double chocolate pudding by using chocolate pudding with chocolate soy milk. I usually use Soy Slender, but I'm sure your favorite brand will work just fine.
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!