Something different for the kid’s pudding…
I’m always on the search for lovely new recipes to try out on the children. Sometimes they are a big hit, other times the meal fails miserably. However, when it comes to puddings, I don’t think there has ever been a time when my kids have said no. So I wanted to share with you our families top 3 treats…I hope you like them as much as we do! To get the full recipe, just click on the image or the link.
If you like puddings that are quick and easy to make, but taste absolutely delicious, this is a good one to whip up in half an hour by a fabulous recipe blog called No Recipes. The main ingredients are vanilla, milk, eggs, bananas and cream, but it’s also very easy to change or add a couple of bits for your own variation.
Raspberry Honey Tapioca
A different take on rice pudding, this is again simple to make and can be served either hot or cold. I found this recipe on 17 And Baking, but it originally comes from Heidi Swanson’s Super Natural Everyday cookbook.
Banana Buddy Shake
Although this is a milkshake, it’s so filling and lovely that it can very well pass as a pudding. There are a couple of things I usually change about the recipe. For example, I don’t use flaxseed and salt and I use whole or semi-skimmed milk instead. I find that the peanut butter gives it’s twist. You can find the recipe on Natural Noshing.
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