Vanilla pudding with strawberries

June 12, 2009 at 10:38 am 3 comments

The even exchange of goods and services tends to benefit both parties.

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For example, if a friend has too many strawberries and you have too much vanilla pudding, the obvious solution is to give said friend some vanilla pudding in exchange for some strawberries.

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You just can’t go wrong either way. Especially when you add graham cracker crumbs.

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Non-dairy vanilla pudding
1 box vanilla Jell-o cook & serve pudding mix (NOT instant pudding)
2-inch section of a vanilla bean
3 cups soy milk
1/2 packet unflavored gelatin

Cook the pudding mix as directed, subsituting soy milk for milk-milk. Split the vanilla bean in half lengthwise and scrape the seeds into the mix. Whisk ingredients together, then — while still whisking — slowly add 1/2 packet of gelatin, then continue to cook as directed.

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  • 1. justalittlepiece  |  June 12, 2009 at 11:21 am

    I don’t have any vanilla pudding but I know I have some vanilla/honey greek yogurt in the fridge!

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  • 2. elaine  |  August 3, 2009 at 3:03 pm

    what is the size of the pudding box? the large or normal….cuz the normal one you add 2 cups of milk. Do i need to get the larger box or is that why you ad the packet of gelatin

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    • 3. Sarah  |  August 10, 2009 at 2:07 pm

      Elaine – I believe when I made this batch, I used two small boxes and possibly forgot to halve the milk amount when posting this recipe; I’ll be sure to check on that!

      The gelatin helps the pudding set when I use soy milk, so if you’re making it with regular milk you wouldn’t need the gelatin at all. Otherwise, I simply substitute the milk cup for cup, and if the package says 2 cups, I’d go with that. :)

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