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    Wink Butterscotch Pudding Mix

    Butterscotch Pudding Mix

    1-1/2 cups brown sugarMake Ahead Mixes
    1/3 cup granulated sugar
    3/4 cup nonfat dry milk powder
    1 cup cornstarch
    1/2 tsp salt
    2 tsp vanilla powder

    Combine all ingredients and store in container with tight-fitting lid.

    Makes 3 cups mix, yielding 24 servings of prepared pudding.

    To Prepare:

    Stir mix well. For two servings, combine 1/4 cup Butterscotch Pudding Mix, 2 tbs butter, and 1 cup milk in a small saucepan.


    Heat over low heat, stirring constantly, until mixture boils. Boil gently, stirring constantly, for one minute. Pour into serving dishes and chill until thickened.


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    Default Re: Butterscotch Pudding Mix

    Has anyone made this...im confused on how it is butterscotch..what ingred. would make it taste like butterscotch...TIA!!!

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    Default Re: Butterscotch Pudding Mix

    Quote Originally Posted by shadust1 View Post
    Has anyone made this...im confused on how it is butterscotch..what ingred. would make it taste like butterscotch...TIA!!!

    The brown sugar, vanilla, butter & cream (milk) are what give it the "Butterscotch" flavor you're seeking.

    Butterscotch is a type of confectionery whose primary ingredients are brown sugar and butter, although other ingredients such as corn syrup, cream, vanilla, and salt are part of some recipes
    ~Enjoy!~

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    Default Re: Butterscotch Pudding Mix

    shadust1...I only post tried and true (TNT) recipes, so you can take them as I post them.

    FreebieQueen...thanks for the explanation to our poster!

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    Default Re: Butterscotch Pudding Mix

    MOS..sorry if u thought i was coming across like the recipe wasnt TNT.....i really like butterscotch and i just couldnt figure out how those ingred would taste like butterscotch..but thanks soo much FREEBIEQUEEN for the explanation...now i know and im going to go home and make some...LOVE THIS SITE!!! thanks for adding me!!!

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    Default Re: Butterscotch Pudding Mix

    shadust1...don't worry, I didn't take offense! LOL! I was just trying to let you know that anything that I post is TNT. If the recipe that I develop doesn't work...I don't post it...giggle... FYI, I may work on a recipe quite a bit until I get it just right. When I think that it's right...it gets posted! If I can't get it right, well, I may just toss it! LOL! Sometimes what I think is a good idea just isn't good enough;-D
    AND a big shout out to FreebieQueen for getting the word out to you before I could! LOL!

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    Default Re: Butterscotch Pudding Mix

    Thanks for all you do!!!

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    Default Re: Butterscotch Pudding Mix

    What benefit does the salt play in the recipe? I don't ever use salt in anything I cook, I don't taste a difference in recipes with or without salt. I sure would appreciate knowing. I also never use vanilla in my recipes, does this make some sort of difference?

 

 
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