Friday, November 22, 2013

Butterscotch Pudding


I've never been that big a fan of pudding, but I also had never made pudding from scratch before 2011. The difference is staggering, honest to goodness!

This is a rather labor intensive recipe, but if you see it through, you will be blown away by the rich, creamy, just enough of a tang, melt in your mouth pudding. Drooling yet? Here's pictures of the process and below that, the full recipe and instructions.

First you make some ooey gooey caramel.


And then you make the pudding.


If butterscotch isn't your thing, I've also made chocolate pudding before which is much simpler and again, nothing like what you buy from the store!

10 comments:

  1. I have been wanting to make pudding from scratch for the kids for awhile.
    I hate the store bought kind.
    I don't think they would eat butterscotch (although yours looks yummy), but I am going to try chocolate.
    I made root beer cupcakes last week and they like those :)

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    1. The chocolate is super simple, and it's so nice to know what's in it! :) Hmm, I could go for a root beer cupcake!

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  2. Looks yummy, funny enough I have a reciepe for Butterscotch pudding that I am making this weekend and it uses Scotch and butter..LOL no caramel necessary..but I love to make homemade caramel..with sea salt or bourbon..so good..mmmm!

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    1. What a coincidence, I'm sure it's tasty! :)

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  3. This looks awesome. I'm not a huge pudding fan either but my fave is butterscotch (from cafe mozza in LA no less).

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  4. Looks interesting ! I've never eaten pudding.

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