Yield: Yields 2 cups pudding.
Servings: four (recipe can be doubled).
It’s important not to forget the salt in vanilla recipes. Without it, the vanilla flavor will be flat and boring.
I made this and the flavor was great but for some reason it didn't set. It was more of a soup than a pudding. I've never had a recipe from Abigail Johnson Dodge that didn't work so I can only think that I did something wrong. Anyone have any ideas? I believe that everything was measured correctly. Is it possible that I didn't let it thicken enough when it was on the heat?
Delicious! We topped with in season strawberries, so so good. Also used in a parfait with cherries and crumbled almond cookies - yum. Easy to make. Already have lots of plans for this if I can keep it from the kids long enough!
Wow, this was great pudding. No one ever suggests vanilla pudding as a standout dessert, but this was a real winner. SO much better than anything you'd make from a box, and fairly easy too. I used vanilla extract, but I can't wait to try it with a real vanilla bean.
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