Top Rated Pudding Recipes

This recipe truly highlights two of summer’s best offerings: corn and tomatoes.  For best results, never refrigerate your tomatoes - the cold will ruin both their flavor and texture. Rioja Pairing: The bright acid from the tomatoes and lime juice in this dish would pair well with an unoaked white Rioja. White Riojas that undergo stainless-steel fermentation but have no oak contact tend to be bright and refreshing summer quenchers.
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Lemon Pudding
For a classic dessert, serve sweet-tangy lemon pudding with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream or some freshly made whipped cream. Recipe courtesy of Dinner with Jackson Pollock by Robyn Lea (Assouline.com).
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Pumpkin Pudding
Want a classic dessert with almost no work, an autumnal twist, and the powerful nutritional profile of pumpkin? This pudding makes the grade. This recipe comes from Guiding Stars. Click Here to See More Pudding Recipes
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Indian Pudding
Indian pudding is similar to hasty pudding, a tradition the Pilgrims brought with them from England, but since wheat flour wasn’t readily available, the settlers subbed in cornmeal creating this distinctly American dish that is still enjoyed today at New England Thanksgiving celebrations.
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This is an old-fashioned English dessert, both simple and refreshing. Mixed berries, whatever looks best at the market, are layered with toasted bread then weighted to form a cake (an English “pudding”). I use Portuguese sweet bread, a grocery-store reminder of the Portuguese whaling men who settled here in numbers beginning in the 1800s. Brioche or challah would work equally well.
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Tiramisu is one of those desserts people may find challenging to make for diabetics. It's filled with endless amounts of cream and chocolate. But by using soy milk instead of cream or sugar-free chocolate syrup instead of reguarl chocolate syrup, you can still continue to eat the dessert. The natural sweetness from the soy milk and cocoa powder creates the same flavor, if not better, than ones before.  Click here to see the 10 Dessert Recipes for Diabetics (Slideshow)
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Summer Pudding
Nothing says English summer to me quite like a summer pudding, and I return to this recipe year after year, when the beautiful soft summer fruits are at their peak. I make a sponge rather than use the more traditional stale bread—the extra effort is well worth it. I also use more currants than other fruits as they keep the sweetness in check. Serve each portion topped with a dollop of crème fraîche or thick cream.Excerpted from SPRING by Skye Gyngell by arrangement with Quadrille Publishing, distributed by Chronicle Books, Copyright © 2016 by Skye Gyngell.
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Persimmon Pudding
Persimmon pudding is similar to British dessert puddings, and according to this map, which shows the most googled foods by state, persimmon pudding is an important dish on the California Thanksgiving table.
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The creators of this dessert call it "Chocolate Mousse with the Devil Inside" and say the pudding is "SCARY good."
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  With meats like venison and rabbit hard to come by, the lower class of Ireland would make the most out of the meat they had, even down to the last drop of blood. When pig and cattle were introduced to their diet, the Irish figured out that the blood and fat of these animals could be used for pudding that would keep throughout the harsh winter. Black pudding remains the centerpiece of a traditional Irish breakfast, which typically features various vegetables, soda bread, breakfast meats, and potatoes as well. 
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Chia Pudding
Here is our recipe for “Eggnog” Chia Pudding. We eat this as a snack or for dessert. It is especially tasty in the winter because it tastes like the season! Chia is really good to use when making pudding because it gels up the liquid to make it into a pudding. Also, chia has loads of omega-3s, which soothes your skin and moisturizes it. Chia is also loaded with protein, magnesium, and fiber.
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Yorkshire Pudding
Yorkshire pudding was an excellent and affordable way to fill up on a meager budget. Often, Yorkshire pudding was served before a less-than-filling meal as a way to stave off hunger. While not enjoyed by the upper crust, Yorkshire pudding — along with a side of jam or cream — is the kind of snack Mr. Mason would serve to Daisy during her after-Christmas visit.
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