Healthy Homemade Vanilla Pudding
When I scooped a spoonful of this Healthy Homemade Vanilla Pudding and shoved it into my pie hole I was beyond shocked at how smooth, silky, creamy and flavorful it was. I was really surprised at how much I
liked loved this pudding, especially on the first trial.
I will never be afraid to admit that I am an amateur baker and absolute novice cook. When it comes to baked goods and other desserts, I am a perfectionist, so that kind of explains my 9 trials to perfect a Healthy Red Velvet Cake and 14 trials to make a Single-Serving Chocolate Cake. Quite embarrassing to admit, but also humbling
This Healthy Homemade Pudding makes those storebought puddings in those plastic little tubs taste like garbage (and once you read their ingredients you will realize that it IS garbage… I am so ashamed that I used to eat that stuff allll the time). The two puddings are not even in the same league, they are not comparable, that is how much better this homemade pudding is!
I adapted this Healthified Vanilla Pudding recipe from a recipe off the Epicurious website, so I thought I would make a nutrition label comparison! The Epicurious nutrition label is on the left, the DWB nutrition label is on the right:
Hmm, here is just another reason to make the healthified vanilla pudding! My recipe has:
- 130 less calories
- less fat and saturated fat
- zero grams of sugar (opposed to 26g in the other recipe, which is more than 2 tbs in a 1/2 cup serving)
I would gladly take two servings of my healthified pudding instead of just one bite of the other pudding. The texture is creamy, the flavor is packed full of vanilla, it’s sweet, it’s satisfying… it’s perfect.
Make it. Make it NOW!