Chocolate Pudding from Scratch-it’s easier to make than you think and better than anything that starts with a box!
I’ve mentioned this before. My mom was not/still is not a cook. I grew up on pudding that either came out of a box and just add milk or the pre made pudding that were great to put in your school lunches. I don’t recall ever having homemade pudding as a child.
I always thought making pudding from scratch was hard. Why would you want to do it when the box stuff is so easy.
Making homemade pudding is easy. Yes you need a Fine Mesh Strainer to make sure you don’t have any lumps. Yes you need to separate eggs, but I have plenty of recipes that only use egg whites so this is the perfect way to use the yolks. It only takes about 15 minutes to make.
Now I have a few tips for you about making pudding. Easy tips, things you probably already know. Decide what serving pieces you will use before you start. Take a thin, long strip of foil and place over the rim of your glass, tucked in on the inside just a bit. Then when you are spooning your pudding into the glasses, if you get sloppy, you won’t mess your glass. Also, when covering your pudding with the plastic wrap, make sure there is no air between the plastic and the pudding.
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