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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Here we go back to New Orleans again, with Bourbon Street flair. Southern bourbon-soaked brioche bread makes a hearty Creole-style dessert.
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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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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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  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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The creators of this dessert call it "Chocolate Mousse with the Devil Inside" and say the pudding is "SCARY good."
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The flavor combination of graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallow is a widely-known favorite, and this recipe demonstrates that it can be enjoyed in more ways than just as a stacked sandwich eaten alongside a campfire.   Click here to see More S'mores Than You Know What To Do With.
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Banana-Caramel Pudding
I don’t know how it happened, but I’ve developed quite a fondness (and following) for my versions of Southern classics like fried chicken, biscuits, and even banana cream pie. Indian food is all about layers of flavor, so I approach these foods with the same agenda. In my version of banana pudding, I layer bananas with an incredibly rich vanilla crème pâtissier, a slightly salty caramel sauce, generous spoonfuls of whipped cream, and the requisite vanilla wafers to create a trifle-like dessert that promises to get even the most Southern of Southerners drooling. I keep the caramel on the soft side so that, even after being refrigerated, it retains a somewhat saucy quality. It goes without saying to use the freshest eggs you can find for the pudding. Click here to see An Unlikely Farmer plus more recipes. 
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Chocolate Pudding Cake
This creamy cake is made with avocado as a substitute for shortening. 
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Caramelized Pear Bread Pudding
This custardy, raisin-studded bread pudding highlights the sweet, comforting taste of baked pears. When turned out of its baking dish, the flan-like pudding sits in a pool of caramel syrup, making it worthy of any holiday table. Serve it warm or chilled. See all bread pudding recipes.
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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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In almost no time, you will have a homemade pudding your kids and guests will love! It is easy to save for leftovers as another dessert or snack option. 
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