Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 1 min

There are a few recipes for peanut butter pudding posted but none like this one. I liked it because it doesn't use eggs or instant pudding mixes. Haven't tried, but posted for safe-keeping. Courtesy of La Lechera sweetened condensed milk, 50% less sugar. Cooking time is the time it takes for the pudding to cool.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In a medium saucepan, combine water with the condensed and evaporated milks, and the peanut butter. Bring to a boil over low heat, mixing constantly with a wire whisk. When mixture boils, add the dissolved cornstarch, and cook for 2 minutes or until it comes to a boil again, whisking constantly. Remove from heat and let cool slightly. Divide among 8 custard cups and let cool. Sprinkle with peanuts and garnish with raspberries or strawberries, if desired. Refrigerate when cool.
Most Helpful

I thought I'd like this peanut butter pudding. But I didn't. It was too sweet. And also the peanut butter taste was not enough. It would have been better with more peanut butter I think. Or maybe use less water and replace with plain milk could help. It took a lot of time to get it to thicken. Thanks Mami J. Made for Bargain Basement tag game

Boomette January 09, 2012

I was very surprised that this wasn't better, considering it used both condensed and evaporated milk which I thought would have given it a more complex flavor. It seemed rather dull so I added vanilla extract but that didn't help.

StickyToffee September 29, 2009

This pudding has a very light peanut butter taste and a smooth creamy texture. The full recipe made 12 1/2 cup servings which the neighborhood kids easily put away. Made for the Beverage Tag.

Julie B's Hive January 15, 2009