Old-Fashioned Pudding Recipes

Old-fashioned pudding recipes includes Old-Fashioned Banana Pudding, stove-top Rice Pudding, Plum and Persimmon Pudding.

Creamy puddings can be enjoyed by babies just starting to eat, elderly folks who want simple desserts, and everyone in between who just want good old fashion desserts without a lot of fuss.

Serve them in various ways to be eaten hot or cold. Spread cream puddings like Chocolate Pudding Pie between cake layers and top with a thin frosting for a special dessert.

Top these desserts with whipped cream, your favorite fruit, ice cream or fudge sauce.

Our most popular pudding is our Old-Fashioned Banana Pudding is made with nutritious milk, eggs, and bananas, like many other puddings. However, it contains a special ingredient, sour cream, that it lifts it above others in creaminess and taste. It's delicious!

Banana Split Pie (Chocolate Banana Pudding)

Scrumptious! Pudding named a pie because it tastes like one. Full of chocolate, bananas, whipped cream and topped with pecans.

Butterscotch Pudding
A simple old fashioned recipe made easy. Made with milk, brown sugar, cornstarch and flavoring. No eggs. Several serving suggestions.

Old Fashioned Banana Pudding Recipe
Made with a special ingredient to give it a good old-fashioned flavor.

Persimmon Pudding
This traditional pudding is made with fresh persimmons and a whiff of spice. Serve with whipped cream or Lemon Curd, recipe included.

Plum Pudding
An old fashion fruitcake type steamed on top of the stove. Traditionally made in celebration of Christmas. Contains, candied fruits, nuts, and coconut and mellowed with Brandy.

Rice Pudding
Delicious, wholesome pudding made quick and easy on stove top. Made with rice, cinnamon and raisins.

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