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Old 08-04-2010, 05:13 PM   #1
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İ know puddings are best for us b/c of the low carb but I have to choke them down... Has anyone figured out a way to prepare differently so it tastes better? Someone had suggested making the butterscotch one into a hot drink by adding coffee and splenda-- I do not have any of that right now: just the strawberry one...
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I like the chocolate with some peppermint or other flavors of extract...
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İ know puddings are best for us b/c of the low carb but I have to choke them down... Has anyone figured out a way to prepare differently so it tastes better? Someone had suggested making the butterscotch one into a hot drink by adding coffee and splenda-- I do not have any of that right now: just the strawberry one...
I use the vanilla pudding to make cauliflower "rice" pudding...so good...see Recipes #2 thread. I use the chocolate pudding to make chocolate shakes in the blender with water, ice and one of the following depending on my mood: coconut extract, almond extract, WF peanut spread, WF marshmallow dip. I've never had the strawberry one, but you could put it in the blender with water and ice to make a strawberry shake. You could also add some vanilla extract or WF chocolate syrup to the blender with it.
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İ know puddings are best for us b/c of the low carb but I have to choke them down... Has anyone figured out a way to prepare differently so it tastes better? Someone had suggested making the butterscotch one into a hot drink by adding coffee and splenda-- I do not have any of that right now: just the strawberry one...
I agree with the suggestions below. Here's another, although I've never tasted the strawberry pudding. My coach doesn't carry it I guess.

One of my favorite foods in the whole world is sweetened strawberries doused with lemoncello [sweet lemon liquor], preferably consumed in Italy.

I think if you combined 8 oz water + strawberry pudding + 8 oz lemonade + ice you might come up with a great drink. Maybe go light on the water if you use lots of ice. Or play around with lemon pudding and strawberry?

As well as the butterscotch + coffee for breakfast, I also make this drink with vanilla and chocolate puddings
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I really hated the lemon pudding, but I have a chocolate pudding every day! I love it! I just add about 8 oz. of water and make it into a chocolate drink.
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I love the chocolate and the mocha pudding. Just ordered the strawberry and YUK, YUK. It isn't so much the flavor, but it doesn't disolve as well and has a chalking and gritty feel that reminds me of something I was give for an upper GI xray. Tonight, I added 5 oz of tap water to mix it better and froze it for an hour. Reminds me more of frozen yogurt. Hope that helps you get it down

i wonder if the Walden Farms marshmello can be mixed with it. hmmmm

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I use the vanilla pudding to make cauliflower "rice" pudding...so good...see Recipes #2 thread. .
Sweetsina, do you have the number of the post? The search function on this site sucks. I tried searching in the IP forum, and then in the recipes 2 thread itself for "rice pudding," "vanilla pudding," and "cauliflower pudding" and it came up NADA. Help.

Thanks. I love rice pudding and am getting royally sick of the vanilla on its own.
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Sweetsina, do you have the number of the post? The search function on this site sucks. I tried searching in the IP forum, and then in the recipes 2 thread itself for "rice pudding," "vanilla pudding," and "cauliflower pudding" and it came up NADA. Help.

Thanks. I love rice pudding and am getting royally sick of the vanilla on its own.
I actually can't stand the vanilla on its own. The cauliflower rice pudding recipe is post #79 on the Recipes 2 thread (page 6). I've been making it once a week since Miss Zelda posted it. I use alot of cinnamon in mine.
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try a tsp of sugar free jello mix like cherry or orange in with the vanilla pudding to make it a shake. tastes like a dreamsicle
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I actually love the chocolate pudding. I add a little bit of salt to them, and it sets it off nicely.
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[quote=LynnDear;3421256 Just ordered the strawberry and YUK, YUK. It isn't so much the flavor, but it doesn't disolve as well and has a chalking and gritty feel that reminds me of something I was give for an upper GI xray. [/QUOTE]

That's exactly why I hated the lemon pudding. It reminded me of the stuff you have to drink before a colonoscopy. It was a lot better with 10 oz or more water added and drinking it through a straw.
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When I saw this thread, I was trying to figure out what a "puddong" was!
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I add cinnamon to the vanilla and lemon and it makes it palatable at least. Really cold also helps.
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Like others have said, make sure your water is extra cold. I add cinnamon to the vanilla and it makes a big difference. reminds me of cake batter....which for me is a good thing....always licked the bowl after I made cakes.
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When I saw this thread, I was trying to figure out what a "puddong" was!
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