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Old 07-23-2011, 10:53 PM   #91
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Question for those you who experiment with baking. I was thinking of making chocolate peppermint pudding cakes and not sure if the peppermint extract should take the place of the vanilla extract or do I use both??? I am not much of an experimenter and need to follow recipes exactly. Thoughts???
I think I would omit the vanilla if your adding the peppermint, sounds good I'll have to try it, thanks again for the wonderful recipe!
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Old 07-23-2011, 10:57 PM   #92
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So I tried two different things just now:

1) Wildberry Yogurt Drink (added a touch of baking powder since it was a drink)
2) Blueberry Pudding mixed with Vanilla Pudding (I am not huge on big blueberry flavor but do like blueberry muffins, so I figured that the mix might tone down the flavor)

So, the bad:

1) All of them came out a bit eggy. Did I not cook them enough? I did like 25 min?
2) The drink ones did not inflate nearly as much as the pudding ones.

The good:
I separated them out so I could have 2 of each flavor and be only having 1 serving so I tried them both. They both (imo) taste excellent, and were VERY filling. I didn't feel hungry after at all.

I will update on how they hold up for reheating tomorrow, and Friday!

Thanks so much for this recipe!!!
I made some last night and we ate them today, didn't even reheat them and they were still very good. This seems to be a very portable item and does not require refrigeration so it travel well for a good snack at work or something.
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Old 07-28-2011, 10:43 AM   #93
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Default Vanilla coffe cake pudding cakes

1 packet Vanilla pudding
1/4 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp cinnamon

2 egg whites
1 tsp vanilla
Instead of using 2 tbs cold water i boiled water then took 2 tbs added 2 tsp of instant coffee cooled it a bit then mixed it w/the egg whites and vanilla

baked in oven for 16 minutes at 350

I like the recipe better w/baking powder instead of baking soda it came out better!
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Old 07-28-2011, 11:05 AM   #94
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I made a double batch of lemon mini-muffins and split them into 3 ziplock bags. A serving is 6-8 muffins and they stored well for 2 days. This is one of the few IP non-restricted items that you can grab and go. Or wolf down when you get home from work because you're starving and it's going to take over an hour to make dinner!
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Old 07-29-2011, 01:27 PM   #95
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Thank you all for posting these great recipes. I can't wait to try it!
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Talking New cake recipe I tried today, yummy

Hi all,

I tried this today and it was the best yet:

2 oz water
1 tsp almond extract
1.5 tsp poppy seeds
vanilla pudding IP packet
1 egg white
baking soda
baking powder (1/4 to 1/2 of each one)
sweetner (xylitol I prefer, but you can use splenda too)

I baked for 20 min. at 350. They were really tasty!!

I used to eat almond poppy seed muffins a six pack at a time. This is such a fantastic find and truly so yummy I don't feel deprived!!!
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Oh...I should have said 2 egg whites! And, it is the "best yet" imo, of course.
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1 packet Vanilla pudding
1/4 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp cinnamon

2 egg whites
1 tsp vanilla
Instead of using 2 tbs cold water i boiled water then took 2 tbs added 2 tsp of instant coffee cooled it a bit then mixed it w/the egg whites and vanilla

baked in oven for 16 minutes at 350

I like the recipe better w/baking powder instead of baking soda it came out better!
Going to try these tonight! Thanks! Does the baking powder make it more "cakey"? I tried the baking soda and I felt like it ruined my cakes. I ate them anyway (guess they weren't that ruined ) but I like the consistancy better without the baking soda.
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Jenny try the strawberry and add a little baking soda. To me it tasted almost like strawberry muffins... very good. I feel the soda made it more bready and less eggy
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Thanks for the pudding cake recipes. My DH was missing his desserts so I made up 1 chocolate and 1 butterscotch batch of muffins. He really enjoyed them, he dipped his in the WF strawberry syrup. Next time I will add pumpkin pie spice to the butterscotch. Can't wait to get some poppy seeds so I can try them in the banana and the vanilla puddings.
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Okay..does this recipe work for alternative products? like nashua and proti diet puddings??? Cause i tried making these cakes as perscribed and put them in the oven and they puffed up and then came out..and when they came out and i unwrapped them(used cupcake liners) I ended up with circular flat looking pancakes and not muffins at all..It was as if someome made an eggy yorkshire pudding that went completely flat and deflated....it was not cool!

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Anyone tried making these in the microwave instead of the oven???
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thank you JD for starting this thread. I finally read it and promptly made a batch with blueberry pudding, YUMM. My only comment is it seems the sweetener in the packet seems to be toned down after cooking so I might add some splenda next time. Again thanks for getting me off my duff
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Hi,

Where is the recipe for the pudding cake? Could someone help me with this please? Thank you. Have a good day.
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