Butterscotch Pudding Mix

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      Butterscotch Pudding Mix

      1-1/2 cups brown sugar
      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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    • #453822

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

    • #453818

      @shadust1 502245 wrote:

      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

    • #453839

      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!

    • #453824

      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!!! 🙂

    • #453872

      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 itgiggle smiley 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!


    • #453924

      Thanks for all you do!!!

    • #453958

      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?

    • #453973

      Salt actually reduces the cooking time in some recipes. It also draws the fluid from ingredients — or prevents fluids from entering ingredients. So depending on what I am preparing, I may or may not salt.

      In this recipe it is to prevent fluids from leaving or evaporating and to reduce the ‘real’ cooking time;-D

    • #456515

      Can’t wait to try this! It has been ages since I’ve had butterscotch pudding. I’ll make up some jars as gifts,too.

    • #456598

      Great idea! Share the goodness of Butterscotch! LOL!

    • #456607

      This looks good-where do you get powdered vanilla?

    • #456617

      @Saundralee 538801 wrote:

      This looks good-where do you get powdered vanilla?

      Here’s an entire thread on that very subject. You can either myo or purchase it..


    • #456657

      The brown sugar gives it the color and taste of butterscotch.

    • #456661

      Thanks FreebieQueen for jumping in for megiggle smiley

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