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Bignuf Bignuf
Do you make yours from "cook and serve", "instant" or premade cups?
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Ansley Ansley
Pistachio is the only cook and serve pudding I really like, other than that I haven't really had much since I was a kid. Of course, there's the traditional chocolate pudding/whipped cream covered graham-cracker pie on the table during holidays, but I only have a sliver of it. I'd rather have ice cream.
10/28/2013
CinnamonNights CinnamonNights
I get premade cups because I'm lazy and impatient. Though I do wanna try instant/cook and serve one day.
10/29/2013
edeneve edeneve
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Originally posted by Ansley
Pistachio is the only cook and serve pudding I really like, other than that I haven't really had much since I was a kid. Of course, there's the traditional chocolate pudding/whipped cream covered graham-cracker pie on the table during ...
I have to agree about the Pistachio. the rest is ho hum.
10/29/2013
epiphanyjayne epiphanyjayne
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Originally posted by Bignuf
Do you make yours from "cook and serve", "instant" or premade cups?
instant, powder mix with milk is my fave.
11/09/2013
Castielskitten Castielskitten
Instant. It's the only kind I use when I'm making cream pies.
11/10/2013
HostileUmbrella HostileUmbrella
Instant, usually. Unless I have the time for cook-n-serve.
11/17/2013
KittyGoesRawr KittyGoesRawr
Pudding cups! I just finished one, actually. Trippy....
11/21/2013
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by Ansley
Pistachio is the only cook and serve pudding I really like, other than that I haven't really had much since I was a kid. Of course, there's the traditional chocolate pudding/whipped cream covered graham-cracker pie on the table during ...
I don't think I have ever made the Pistachio just as an "eating" pudding cup (I have used it in cake recipes). Now I have to try it!!! I have made chocolate, and layered either vanilla or lemon pudding on top, after it cooled in half filled cups!
11/21/2013
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by HostileUmbrella
Instant, usually. Unless I have the time for cook-n-serve.
Microwave. Works great (must be watched to not boil over) and only takes 8 minutes. Just be sure to mix the milk and pudding well before "cooking" to avoid lumps.
11/21/2013
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by edeneve
I have to agree about the Pistachio. the rest is ho hum.
Wow. Now I have to try it!!!
11/21/2013
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