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Hershey’s Chocolate Pudding made in the Microwave !

Chocolate Pudding in the Microwave

I think that I have found the perfect pudding for you!  There will be no more instant pudding nor will there be the yucky pudding that is ready made in those plastic tubs.  This is put together in less than 10 minutes from start to finish.  It is a really rich chocolate pudding that no one will believe  you made in the microwave.

When I posted the recipe on my Promethean board one of my students said, ” Beginner skill?  Mrs. Lupo you know that we are way beyond beginners now!”  That being a true fact we still have only 45 minutes to get the job done.  This recipe was just the perfect fit!  So here are my tips for the pudding after making it twice at home, 4 times for my students, and 24 groups of students making it.  Now yours will be perfect!

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Milk Chocolate Pudding

Wow!!!  This milk chocolate pudding is good in so many ways.  15 minutes flat from measuring to refrigerating and you are done!  The short time factor did nothing to compromise the wonderfully rich homemade pudding taste.  It is absolutely out of this world.  And for your sake don’t wait a year and a half as I did before you put this magic potion together.

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Banana Pudding Pie

Everyone that I know loves the Original Banana Pudding recipe that’s posted on the side of most Nabisco vanilla wafer boxes and that’s the one that I usually make.  It is the one that I used in my classroom for our last lab of the year, but with a deterrents thrown our way I was not sure that we could pull it off.  With a fire drill and advisement making the class almost too short to have anything but a glass of milk with vanilla wafers and sliced bananas I had to come up with something or just ditch the lab altogether.  At the last-minute I decided to try speeding up the custard by using the microwave.  It worked perfectly for me —TWICE!  Seven minutes is all it took and that really beats standing over a double boiler for about thirty minutes.  Which meant that my classes could get their Banana Pudding in the oven in less than an hour and still have time to enjoy it in the classroom.

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