Vanilla Pudding with Extras


As loyal readers probably know
, we here in Dinner: A Love Story Land love our homemade pudding. I started making it when the girls were little as an easy way to get them to “drink their milk” — the recipe calls for 2 cups of organic milk — but over the years we’ve adultified it (yes, adultified is a word…as of today) with some dare-I-say dinner-party worthy toppings. (Pudding Bar anyone?) There’s shaved chocolate and banana chip (best when the chips are a chopped so you get some texture in every bite); there’s toasted coconut and blueberry (my favorite); there’s whatever-fruit-is-in-season (winter combo of pineapple and orange sections is amazing); and finally, crushed Nilla wafers and fresh bananas, which is a nod to Magnolia’s famous banana pudding, just much easier to create. As we head into comfort-food season, I wanted to send you over to Food52, where you can find more details, including the recipe. Happy Monday everyone!

This piece was created in partnership with Food52 & Milklife. Photo credit: Bobbi Lin for Food 52. 

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8 Comments

Annette

Unfortunately, food52 has not been available to readers from Europe for a while – something to do with ensuring “we can best protect your data under new privacy regulations”. But man, they have been ensuring this for weeks and weeks now.

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Meghan

Agreed, Annette! This has been so frustrating – especially when I can’t even read content from some of my favourite blogs!

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Kathleen

I love this recipe- been making it for ages. I recently made it and subbed a couple of tablespoons of bourbon for a couple of tablespoons of the milk. It was a good life decision.

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Sally

Here’s the direct link!

As the mother of two girls (12 1/2 and almost 7) I LOVED your post on CoJ – couldn’t agree more. I’d also add to talk, talk, talk about friendships and relationships from an early age so that it’s totally normative (says the psychologist who specializes in adolescent girls 🙂 )

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Gabriel

The vanilla pudding looks so good~ and it sounds easy to make for a clumsy girl like me. Thank you for sharing the recipe! I can’t wait to try.

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