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Pudding Recipes

Looking for recipes for pudding? Taste of Home has the best pudding recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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Butter Crunch Pudding

You'll need just four ingredients to make the sweet crumb topping for Butter Crunch Pudding. "I got the idea from my sister. It's actually a pie crust recipe," Kathy relates. "Without time to fuss, I put the crumbs on top of a cooked or instant pudding. Everybody loves it."
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Lemony Baked Pudding

Lemony Baked Pudding

Lemony Baked Pudding

Looking for a light and lemony delicate delight of a dessert? Aida Von Babbel of Coquitlam, British Columbia recommends this old-fashioned family favorite. "It is cake-like on top with a custard texture on the bottom," she says.

Bread Pudding Pumpkin

Bread Pudding Pumpkin

Bread Pudding Pumpkin

When doing my fall decorating, I'm certain to set aside a few pumpkins for this unique dessert. It adds a festive touch to our Thanksgiving table. —Darlene Markel, Mt. Hood, Oregon

Fruit and Nut Bread Pudding

Fruit and Nut Bread Pudding

Fruit and Nut Bread Pudding

This recipe started out as a plain bread pudding. My husband, Tom, suggested adding some pecans, then I decided to add the pie filling. These ingredients make the pudding crunchy, moist and even more delicious.
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Banana Split Pudding

Banana Split Pudding

Banana Split Pudding

Our kids love banana splits, so I came up with this simple dessert which is so easy to prepare.—Sherry Lee, Shelby, Alabama

Lemon Bread Pudding

Lemon Bread Pudding

Lemon Bread Pudding

Sweet raisins and a smooth hot lemon sauce make this bread pudding extra special. Even today, I get requests for the recipe from people who tasted this traditional dessert years ago. —Mildred Sherrer, Fort Worth, Texas

Chocolate Mint Pudding

Chocolate Mint Pudding

Chocolate Mint Pudding

Our Test Kitchen came up with this creamy, lactose-free dessert that could also be used in a parfait, as a filling or as a dip for fruit or pound cake. You'll love the rich chocolaty-mint flavor. TIP: If you don't care for mint, leave out the extract. For a more mousse-like dessert, stir in some non-dairy topping.

Pilgrim Pudding

Pilgrim Pudding

Pilgrim Pudding

With a pleasant pumpkin flavor, caramel and almonds, this rich and creamy pudding from our Test Kitchen tastes decadent, but it's surprisingly light.

Crunchy Chocolate Pudding Squares

Crunchy Chocolate Pudding Squares

Crunchy Chocolate Pudding Squares

This is the best dessert ever! The secret is the rich crunchy crust made with chopped pecans. It's so simple to make, but tastes wonderful.—Kimberly Lund, Park City, Kansas

Easy Chocolate Pudding

Easy Chocolate Pudding

Easy Chocolate Pudding

HERE'S a recipe that satisfies a sweet tooth without any fuss. This wonderful pudding can be served plain or topped with coconut, nuts or whipped cream for a more elaborate finish. -Nora Reidy, Montoursville, Pennsylvania

Holiday Eggnog Pudding

Holiday Eggnog Pudding

Holiday Eggnog Pudding

Ring in the holidays with this creamy treat that pairs extra-thick pudding crunchy cookie crumbs. "The individual servings look so festive yet come together quite easily," writes Mesa, Arizona's Anita Beaty.

Hawaiian Rice Pudding

Hawaiian Rice Pudding

Hawaiian Rice Pudding

"An aunt who lived in Hawaii shared the recipe for this tropical-tasting rice pudding," relates field editor Joan Hallford of North Richland Hills, Texas. "It's my family's favorite comfort food."

Banana Butterfinger Pudding

Banana Butterfinger Pudding

Banana Butterfinger Pudding

You can substitute other kids of candy bars to suit your preference. The pudding flavor can be changed as well—perhaps to vanilla or butterscotch.—LaVerna Mjones, Moorhead, Minnesota

Raspberry Vanilla Pudding Parfaits

Raspberry Vanilla Pudding Parfaits

Raspberry Vanilla Pudding Parfaits

I used to serve these simple yet impressive parfaits when we ran a motel and restaurant. Now I serve them to guests. You can substitute other seasonal fruit, like peaches or strawberries.—Ruth Andrewson, Leavenworth, Washington
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