Monday, January 18, 2010

A Recipe for Success!

If you have never been lucky in the Desserts department I share your pain. I read about all these wonderful recipes my blogging buddies have been cooking up and I can't help but feel a little disappointed in my own culinary genius.
Today while GP was doing his work at the kitchen table I decided I would make something yummy for snack, and I thought I should document it for those who are "Dessert Challenged", because if there is one thing I know it's that this recipe is "A SURE THING!" LOL!
Ingredients: as pictured above, three cups of COLD fat free milk, one box of Sugar free/fat free chocolate pudding mix. Prep: mix it up in your measuring cup (now why would you want to dirty a second vessel? Trust me, it tastes the same if you don't go that extra mile, hahaha), until you have no lumps...this might take a few minutes... but in the end, you'll have (Yield:) four cups of Yummy Chocolate goodness! Like mine...

The black raspberry is totally for show, straight from the frozen fruit bag so don't even think this has any nutritional value, hahaha!
Oh, and what did GP say when I showed him my chocolate masterpiece? "EWWW! It's chocolate!" Now wouldn't it figure that I would end up with the kid that doesn't like the one and only recipe I can make sucessfully! Go figure!
Hope you have some time to make some yummy treats today, and don't forget this one is a sure thing...so next time you're in the supermarket and see those little blue boxes...slow down and pick up a few, and think of me! HAHAHA!B=)

8 comments:

Lynn @ Painting Thyme Needfuls said...

WHAAAAAAAAAAT you can't make New York Style Cheesecake with strawberries like moi????? I had to learn how to make cheesecake because my son Andrew doesn't like any other dessert besides that, nor does he like chocolate!I do actually like to bake and cook...when there's someone here to eat it!
Hugs,
Lynn

Jenny said...

I love it! Now you can make that same pudding really fancy by making parfaits in tall skinny glasses and then you will have double culinary wow-ness! It sounds pretty healthy, though. Maybe it needed some M&M's on top! Cute post!

Barb said...

Funny!!

Patty said...

Yummy!

Nancy said...

Shoot...I thought I was the only one that could make this complicated recipe!! LOL

I love sugar free pudding (although I use whole milk, cause that's all I have in the house)....

Next time, check out the other flavors....they just came out with a yummy cheesecake flavor...

Sheri Howard said...

I love the pudding...every one except butterscotch! If you are on a diet you can eat the entire bowl in one day and not feel bad!

Joanna said...

Brenda, you are a culinary genius! Here I was, all these years making things like cheesecake and cinnamon rolls, when all I needed to do was crack open a box of chocolate pudding?! Why did I not think of this before? LOL!!!

Jen in NY said...

LOLOL! Too funny Brenda! :-)