Strawberry Flummery

"I got this out of an old fashioned cookbook from my Great Grandmother, and the description says; "Flummery, Fool, Grunt, Slump, and Buckle were variations of old English puddings made with fruit. They were also common in early America" I will post 3 of the five variations."
 
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4hrs 15mins
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  • Blend cornstarch with a little of the milk, stir into a sauce pan containing the rest of the milk, the sugar, and the salt.
  • Bring to a boil and continue cooking over medium heat until mixture becomes thick. (Stir constantly).
  • Stir a cup of the hot milk mixture into the beaten egg yolk.Then stir this back into the saucepan.
  • Continue cooking 2-3 minutes more.
  • Remove pan from heat and add vanilla.
  • Pour into serving bowl.
  • Cover tightly and refrigerate several hours.
  • Arrange sliced berries evenly over top of pudding just before serving.
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  1. Elmotoo
    I love custard & I love pudding. This was sort of a combination of the two. My 5yo dd said,"it tastes like eggmug!!" (eggnog) This was easy & not a long cook time.
     
  2. Bri22
    I got this out of an old fashioned cookbook from my Great Grandmother, and the description says; "Flummery, Fool, Grunt, Slump, and Buckle were variations of old English puddings made with fruit. They were also common in early America" I will post 3 of the five variations.
     
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