It’s like dairy filled whipped topping, but better. Thank you SO Delicious for making this AMAZING and SAFE food!
Our local grocery store just got it in and man, oh man… all three of us LOVE IT!
I’m using lots of caps y’all, because we are so thrilled!
A whole new world of recipes have opened up to us.
I’ve been all over Pinterest looking for new recipes to adapt.
Some of the recipes I found require pre-made pudding mixes.
Y’all know me.
If I can make it homemade, I would rather do that. Cheaper. Safer. ‘Nuff said.
Anyway, I found several recipes for homemade pudding mixes that don’t require powdered milk. :::Insert happy dance:::
I tried the one recipe that seemed right. I feel like I kind of have a spider sense when it comes to picking the best Pinterest option when I’ve pinned multiple different recipes.
And my Spidey sense was dead on, y’all.
This chocolate pudding is good!
Make a batch of Silk’s chocolate pudding.
Lately, I’m really big into making homemade mixes, putting them in a cute container and slapping on a reusable chalkboard sticker. I have a chalkboard pen that I use to write on my labels. I’m slightly obsessed, y’all!
In the past few days, I’ve made a brownie mix, homemade Nesquik powder, and homemade pudding mix. I also need to make more of our favorite vegan muffin mix. That jar is running low. Oh, and yesterday I stocked the freezer with “homemade uncrustables” using store bought bread. 🙂
My point in all this is to simplify life. I get in the mood to make stuff and go for it. It’s nice to have a homemade brownie mix or pudding mix ready to go. And it makes me happy to see it in a cute jar.
Here’s some pics of some of my homemade mixes.
Top Shelf: Brownie Mix & Muffin Mix
Homemade Nesquik. This would make a great hot cocoa. It’s hard to mix with cold milk, but very yummy.
- The stickers and chalkboard pen are from Hobby Lobby.
- The glass jars and the glass jar with a red lid are from Target.
- The plastic containers are from TJ Maxx.
But I digress… back to the pudding parfaits.
I made the pudding I mentioned above and let it cool in the fridge for several hours. Then I layered the chocolate pudding and the coco whip in a pretty glass. I topped it with a strawberry. I tried my hardest to make the layers pretty, y’all, but it was so messy. And the batteries on my good camera are dead, so these are all iPad photos. Oh well. It works.
The Huzz and I loved the parfaits. SG only liked the Coco Whip, not the pudding. But she’s only ever had pudding once before. She’ll get used to the taste and texture. The Huzz polished her parfait off.
The verdict? Delish! And we will definitely make this again.