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Gf Vanilla Pudding

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My mom makes this amazing dessert and I would be able to eat it if I can find a gluten-free pudding mixture. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks

Amanda :)

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Kozy Shack Vanilla Pudding is gluten-free. In fact I am pretty sure all their puddings are gluten-free. I think they even say gluten free on the label.

Jello puddings are gluten-free.

God bless,

Mariann

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Yep...the others already mentioned Jello so nothing to add there. I know that Kozy Shack also makes a rice pudding and chocolate pudding that are gluten-free. I used to eat their chocolate pudding before diagnosis, and I know that it and the rice pudding are gluten-free.

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Guest Viola

Walkins products puts out a gluten free powder pudding mix. I belive in Vanilla and Banna. They are usually easy to get in Canada, I don't know about the U.S.

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I LOVE kozy shack European Rice pudding!! :wub: They are a wonderful company. They state gluten free right on their label.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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I don't much like the packaged flavor of the premixed ones. I always make my own.

In the top of a double boiler, mix

1/2 cup sugar

3 egg whites and 1 whole egg

1 1/2 TBL corn or potato starch

Once mixed together, add 2 cups of milk. Cook very slowly and stir constantly until it begins to thicken. It will take 20-25 minutes so our family usually swaps off stirring and takes turns. When it is the correct thickness, remove from heat and add 1 tsp vanilla. Pour into pudding dishes and cover with plastic wrap. I like mine warm, but for the rest of the family I place it in the fridge for a half an hour. It would last much longer in someone else's house, I am sure, but not around here.

We also double the recipe since we have a family of five and this one will only make one good serving per person.

If you want to make banana pudding out of it, leave it a little less thick and pour warm over a dish layered with bananas and gluten-free cookies.

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Thanks you guys are really great.....I will have to post the recipie when she makes it, it is called cracker dessert, but I will just have it with out the crust which is the crackers....hopefully it will taste just as good. I'll let u know. Thanks

Amanda :D

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