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Boozy Pudding
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I go this recipe from "The Chew" and we modified it a bit. My boys loved it! They thought you would too. A bit too much alcohol for a 4 year ol child maybe. My version makes them a "finger food". Here's the original:

http://beta.abc.go.com/shows/the-chew/recipes/mudslide-pudding-clinton-kelly

ingredients

1 box Chocolate Pudding Mix

1/4 Cup Milk

Vodka (to taste)

Coffee Liquour (to taste)

1/2 Cup Irish Cream Liquour

2 Cups Heavy Cream (beat to stiff peaks)

2 Cups Oreo Cookies (chopped)

In a large bowl, combine the chocolate pudding mix, milk, vodka, coffee liquour, irish cream liquor, and mix well. Let it stand for 5 minutes. Fold in the whipped cream.

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Arrange small cups or wine glasses and distribute evenly among the glasses. Garnish with chopped oreos and chill in fridge until cold and set.

My verison - it was soooo good! This makes them a finger food, too.

1 box dark Chocolate Pudding Mix

1/4 Cup Milk

Coffee Liquour (Kahlua) large splash

1/2 Cup Irish Cream Liquour

2 Cups Heavy Cream (beat to stiff peaks)

In a large bowl, combine the chocolate pudding mix, milk, vodka, coffee liquour, irish cream liquor, and mix well. Let it stand for 5 minutes. Fold in the whipped cream. Put in pie crusts. Garnish with shaved chocolate.

Pie crust:

2 cups gluten-free chocolate cookies (Pamelas: no cream filling)

1/3 cup butter or margarine, diced small

1 Tblsp rice flour (I just used Pamelas)

Put the cookies, flour & sugar in a food processor (I used my blender) and pulse until you get fine crumbs. Add butter and pulse until crumbs form. Press into the bottom and up the sides of a lightly greased muffin or mini-muffin tins. Bake in the oven at 350F for 4-5 minutes until set.

Could use creme de menthe instead of the Kahlua.

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I saw the word boozy and had to click into this thread.

Sounds so good. I would do the first one but leave out the cookies, can't eat chocolate. :angry:

Or the second one just as a pudding.

And maybe another one with the creme de menthe.... :D

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I saw the word boozy and had to click into this thread.

Sounds so good. I would do the first one but leave out the cookies, can't eat chocolate. :angry:

Or the second one just as a pudding.

And maybe another one with the creme de menthe.... :D

I bet vanilla pudding with the creme de menthe would be yummy and a nice green color! :D

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I bet vanilla pudding with the creme de menthe would be yummy and a nice green color! :D

Prettier than the tapioca pudding colored with deep turquoise KoolAid they gave me in the hospital to test my digestion. Couldn't help but think of Jim Jones and Guyana :unsure:

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Since we are into puddings, try the vanilla pudding made to recipe on the box with a little cinnamon, a little nutmeg and half a can of sweetened condensed milk. Then put fresh fruit on top. Peaches are especially good. If you are watching your weight, as I am, use fat free sugar free pudding made with skim milk and fat free sweetened condensed milk. Top it all off with fat free Cool Whip. Yummmm.

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OMGoodness! Kahlua in pudding and pie?

I've been going without alcohol of late, but do think I may need to try a touch of Kahlua in my Cocoa/Coconut Milk pudding like substance ;)

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OMGoodness! Kahlua in pudding and pie?

I've been going without alcohol of late, but do think I may need to try a touch of Kahlua in my Cocoa/Coconut Milk pudding like substance ;)

I add Kahlua to my French Silk Pie recipe, and my teenage daughter revels in telling everyone there is ALCOHOL in it!!

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I add Kahlua to my French Silk Pie recipe, and my teenage daughter revels in telling everyone there is ALCOHOL in it!!

I made a french fruit tart for a friend's dinner party, and I can't remember which liqueur it called for now. Later found out a couple of her guests were teetotallers, who ooohed and aaahed over the tart :D I kept me mouf shut.

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I made a french fruit tart for a friend's dinner party, and I can't remember which liqueur it called for now. Later found out a couple of her guests were teetotallers, who ooohed and aaahed over the tart :D I kept me mouf shut.

Good plan!! LOL

With French Silk you can't use the old "the alcohol cooks out of it" excuse!

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