From Desserts in Jars 50 Sweet Treats that Shine by Shaina Olmanson
Posts Tagged ‘pudding’
Recently I had dessert in a lovely café near where I live. One of their signature desserts is a lemon pudding that tastes as if it may have a cream cheese base. It was so good that I decided to go home and experiment.
Courtesy of Carol Fenster, Ph.D. from 125 Gluten-Free Vegetarian Recipes
Carol’s recipe is based on the classic, Blancmange, a sweet pudding made from milk and thickened with cornstarch, gelatin or other thickener. In the late 1800s/early 1900s, this was a food given to people who were ill to build back their strength. As we had no antibiotics, food was critically important. This is a nice treat for kids when their braces get tightened or when they’re home with the flu. Feel free to use extract if you prefer though the vanilla bean does impart a lovely flavor.
Courtesy of David Lebovitz, Ready for Dessert
David says that this is not so much pudding consistency, but more like sticky rice. If you would like it thinner, add 1/2 cup or so more coconut milk.
Adapted from Carolyn Weil’s recipe from The Baker’s Dozen Cookbook
This is a rich, traditional-style pudding. It’s closer to a very moist cake in texture than what we think of as pudding. With lemon sauce and whipped cream, it’s divine!