So do the munchkin and husband.
The munchkin has been asking for chocolate pudding every time we're in the dairy aisle at Wegmans. While it's great to have it as a treat every once in a while, I'm not too keen on spending money on things I can make at home.
And, thanks to the Good Eats episode "Puddin' Head Blues," I've already got a couple of pudding recipes in my back pocket.
Including one for chocolate pudding.
- Instant, nonfat, powdered milk
- heavy cream
- whole milk
Everything else was in my pantry.
Ease of preparation
The mix bit was quite easy, though I did neglect to add the powdered milk. (Oops!)
This is a stovetop-cooked pudding, so I'm rating the recipe as "medium" overall.
Even so, my sister could do this if someone watched her kids.
Specialty Equipment Required?
Yes. AB gives the dry ingredient measures in ounces, which means he'd rather you added them by weight and not by volume.
I have a kitchen scale; I bought it for $15 several years ago. It's great for things like this.
He also calls for the cooked pudding to be run through a strainer to remove any stray lumps from the starch's gelatinization. This is a worthwhile, though messy, step!
Rather a big hit, I thought, so, yes.