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Old 07-07-2011, 03:26 PM   #76
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I used the vanilla pudding and added a 2 tsp of lemon juice (2 tsp less water) and sprinkled in some poppy seeds...it was my favorite cake yet.
Did you make the pudding cookies and bring them on your camping trip? If so, how did they turn out?
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Old 07-07-2011, 03:44 PM   #77
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Did you make the pudding cookies and bring them on your camping trip? If so, how did they turn out?
They are definitely not as good as fresh out of the oven but in pinch they'll do. I actually ended up eating them on the way there the next day in the car, it was a 4.5 hour drive and we ate lunch on the road. I never did buy the WF marshmallow to make s'mores but I imagine it would work.

I made those cookies anyway and they just turned out like miniature drier versions of the cakes for me...
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Old 07-07-2011, 04:17 PM   #78
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I made these last night and they were SO good! Thanks you so much for posting this recipe. Saves me from my dessert addiction! YUM!
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I did banana with pumpkin spice. I think i might have put too much vanilla extract but I will definitely be making these everyday!!!!
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Oh and no one every answered my question. I am going on vacation next week and won't have access to an oven. Do you think I could make these ahead of time and refrigerate or freeze them??
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Oh and no one every answered my question. I am going on vacation next week and won't have access to an oven. Do you think I could make these ahead of time and refrigerate or freeze them??
I am not sure, I always make them fresh. I would think that maybe one or 2 days in a ziplock would be ok, but not really sure about freezing them. Why not make some this week as a test run? Otherwise, I think you might have to wait until you get home from vacay to have the cakes.
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Old 07-11-2011, 09:09 PM   #82
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I love this recipe! I experimented with it as a base for "raspberry shortcake". (It's the season and everyone is eating strawberry shortcake)
In my pre IP diet days I would eat angelfood cake, strawberries, jello and whipped cream. so my IP version thanks to this recipe is now...

Your basic pudding cake recipe made with vanilla or buterscotch pudding 1/8 tsp baking powder added then baked as directed.

One packet raspberry gelatin. set and cut into cubes.

One packet vanilla pudding prepared.

Devide ingredients into three pretty bowls by layering cake first then gelatin and top with prepared vanilla pudding. 3 servings with one packet count each.
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Can I have two of these recipes in one day?
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Has anyone tried the peanut butter syrup in the chocolate pudding cakes? Like a Reeses peanut butter cup? Or, how about the nasty WF peanut butter with the chocolate pudding?
I have some peanut butter syrup coming I will try it.
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so, I made these exactly as prescribed, I used the dark chocolate pudding mix. They looked like so beautiful, but the taste YACK, I had to throw them out. I am going to try vanilla tomorrow. I have never thrown out anything chocolate in my life, but these were terrible was soooooooooo looking forward to them.
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chocolate is probably the worst one.. i tried chocolate my first time as well, made the cookies... just discusting... but then i tried with the vanilla pudding, lemon and butterscotch, and they were all decently good. my fav is probably butterscotch and lemon.. add some extra vanilla extract... im going to try it with almond extract next time..
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Yesterday I made vanilla ones and chocolate ones took them to my clinic today for everyone to sample they went over very well. Thanks for the recipe!
Today I made Lemon and put in 6 muffin cups and then made strawberry and filled into the same six cups as the lemon then w/toothpick swirled them together came out great tonight i had three and tomorrow I'll have the other three.
Next I'll try butterscotch swirled w/chocolate
And Vanilla swirled w/strawberry
and strawberry swirled w/blueberry
and chocolate swirled w/banana

I had made some last night and we ate them today and they were fine, not sure how long they would last for though, I suspect a couple of days sealed in an airtight container.
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