By Kittencalskitchen on October 29, 2003
Photo by Annacia
Photo by Annacia
"This is an inexpensive way to always have chocolate pudding on hand and it's tastes just as good as the boxed --- to avoid any chance of a scorched saucepan bottom this can easily be prepared in the microwave, for a lighter milk chocolate flavor use only 1 cup cocoa."
Serving Size: 1 (49 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 36
"I am on Weight Watchers, therefore, I substituted the same amount of Splenda for the sugar. DEEE-lish!! The butter is nice, but omitting it does not hurt the results. Mixed with Cool Whip, it is just like eating a slice of chocolate pie, minus the crust,of course!! Thanks for the great recipe!"
"I did a test run with this pudding as I want to give this in my Christmas Gift Baskets this year. WOW Kitt! This is delicious! Thank you so much for this wonderful recipe I know I'll be making for years to come! Can't wait to start making baskets!"
"Worked like a charm! I needed dessert in a hurry and this pleased hubby to no end. I made a chocolate pie with it. I used 1 cup of cocoa and that was just right for him. I like being able to adjust the "chocolateyness" of the pudding.Thanks Kitten"
"you can't go wrong with a Kitten recipe, here's another winner, this is awesome pudding mix, no more packages for me, thanks Kit."
"Frightenly easy once that mix was made! I added an extra Baker's unsweetened chocolate square since we were almost out of cocoa and did have enough for even the milk chocolate. I used milk rather than half-and-half. This is a great recipe that works well. Thanks!"
"This is delicious pudding, better than store bought! Very easy to put together. I used 1 cup of baking cocoa and when making my pudding, I used milk. Very good. I made the whole batch so we will be having pudding more often YUM!!"
"The recipe works very nicely. I used Splenda to replace the sugar with no problem. For this trial run I made 1 batch and to err on the side of caution, I used the minimum amount of dutch cocoa. This amount gave a very very weak chocolate flavor. I recommend using the full amount of coco. The only downfall that I noticed was that there was a real cornstarch taste that came through, I think that more coco might help to reduce that. When I cooked the mix I used skim milk and no butter at all. On the whole I was quite pleased with the result. Thanks Kit"
"This is wondeful for all those pudding mix recipies, I keep a batch of vanilla (just omitted the cocoa) and chocolate mixed at all times, so its ready when I need it. Only change was I omitted the salt to lower the sodium. Thanks for posting."