Vanilla Pudding, Six Ways

by in Recipes, February 5th, 2014

6 Vanilla PuddingsWhether it’s an after-school snack or a silky spoonful of dessert, vanilla pudding is always a sentimental treat that can instantly channel the flavors of childhood. To re-create this creamy comfort food from scratch, toss out the powdery boxed mix and whip up Food Network Kitchen’s old-fashioned Vanilla Pudding recipe that tastes just like Mom’s used to. Once you’ve whisked together this sweet bowl full of nostalgia, start experimenting with mix-ins to give your pudding a modern twist. From crushed cookies to ice cream-inspired candy combos, these imaginative additions only enhance the basic pudding, allowing the classic flavor to shine through.

Rocky Road PuddingYou won’t have to worry about this bowl of rocky road melting: Vanilla pudding stands in for the ice cream scoop but delivers the same classic flavors when mixed with semisweet chocolate chips, toasted walnuts and miniature marshmallows.

Rocky Road PuddingVanilla Pudding with Fresh Berries and GingersnapsSilky-smooth pudding is the perfect canvas for topping with a tart trio of berries and a dusting of crushed gingersnap cookies for subtle spice.

Vanilla Pudding with Fresh Berries and GingersnapsVanilla-Banana PuddingStir together this speedy version of traditional banana pudding (studded with ripe banana rounds and vanilla wafer cookies) to achieve the same familiar flavor with less fuss.

Vanilla-Banana PuddingFor more sweet ways to personalize your pudding cup, visit Food Network’s full gallery of recipes for Vanilla Pudding, Six Ways.

Similar Posts

Apple Butter Braised Pork Chops — The Weekender

Looking for a new potluck dish to add to your holiday repertoire? Look no further than Sunny's Apple Butter Braised Pork Chops....

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>