[CnD] I know nothing about this, so excuse the dumbness

Teresa Mullen teresamullen07 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 21:50:34 EST 2015


Hello everyone I sometimes don't want to hassle with making pudding so I do by the single serve packs. My favorite is butterscotch and tapioca. But tapioca does come in a box that you can make as well. Also the single packs have mixed flavors like chocolate and vanilla or chocolate and something else I can't remember the other flavors but there are some that are swirled into the mix. I believe there is also banana flavor as well.

Teresa MullenSent from my iPhone

> On Mar 3, 2015, at 5:54 PM, Nancy Martin via Cookinginthedark <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org> wrote:
> 
> Hi Charles and list,
> The small box of instant pudding according to the manufacturer says it's four servings, 1/2 cup each. It calls for two cups milk. Chilling for five minutes will give you a soft serve consistency. The larger box is 6 servings, 1/2 cup each. That pudding calls for three cups milk. Because I like thicker pudding, I've used less milk.
> 
> I don't want to be insulting but if you really want convenience, you can buy already prepared pudding and Jello. Choices are vast. If looking for pudding at directions.com doesn't overwhelm you, you've earned that special treat!
> 
> After you mix that pudding, instructions say to chill it for a short time. Being an impatient person myself, I usually put it in the freezer for a while. It is more like ice cream.
> 
> The kind you heat is called cook and serve. It also comes in two sizes.
> 
> Logic tells me that chocolate milk and chocolate pudding would definitely be more chocolate.
> 
> I have to admit that I buy Jello pudding. I've never tried the other brands.
> Nancy
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Charles Rivard via Cookinginthedark" <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org>
> To: "cooking in the dark list" <Cookinginthedark at acbradio.org>
> Sent: Monday, March 02, 2015 12:37 PM
> Subject: [CnD] I know nothing about this, so excuse the dumbness
> 
> 
>> As I understand it, you can buy a box of pudding mix that you simply mix with milk, whisk or stir, and let firm up in the fridge.  No heating necessary.
>> 
>> Questions:  How much do they make?  How long before they can be eaten? Are they about the same in quality?  If not, what are the best brands?
>> 
>> Now for the last question, and why I'm asking about this:  I apparently got ahold of some bad sour kraut, and it returned the favor with a case of food poisoning.  I'm on the road to recovery.  Along that road to recovery, I decided to get something easily digestible, and pudding works. Being a real chockoholic, of course, I chose chocolate pudding.  Now, after not having eaten any in several years, I'm hooked, and got an idea. If I mix chocolate pudding with chocolate milk instead of white, will it intensify the chocolate flavor?
>> 
>> Thoughts and advice are appreciated quickly, because I will be going to the store on Wednesday.  Thanks.
>> 
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