Sunday, October 18, 2009

Jello...it's not just for kids anymore ...


While at Wally World I came across a little package of instant pumpkin flavored Jello pudding.
This was a totally new Jello flavor for me.
I made it with skim milk to cut the calories and fat.

DELICIOUS!

I need to go back and stock up as this is probably a seasonal item.

26 comments:

  1. Sounds delish! I'll have to try it.

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  2. That sounds good to me! I'll have to put that on my grocery list.

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  3. My husband will LOVE this. Thanks

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  4. Oh cool! Bet I would love this -- I'm making a trip this week to get some!

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  5. Thanks for the tip! Have to get some!

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  6. Gee, this sounds good! I came over to answer question and decided to stick around a bit :-).

    I grease and flour the pan. Insert the paper, press it into place and then grease and flour the paper. It sounds involved but I guarantee the cake won't stick.

    Blessings...Mary

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  7. oh my...this does sound good! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Oh...I can imagine this incorporated into a pie with cream cheese!

    Yummy!

    Becky K.

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  9. This is the first I'm hearing of instant pumpkin pudding! Now I'm thinking of so many great uses for it!

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  10. The first time I read your post, I didn't catch the word "pudding" so I was imagining pumpkin flavored jello.... ewwwh! I wondered why you mixed it with milk instead of water. Then it dawned on me... jello PUDDING. That sounds a lot better! The grandbaby's new favorite dessert is chocolate pudding... wonder if she'd go for the new flavor???

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  11. Wow! I didn't know there was pumpkin pudding! I wonder how hard it is to make pumpkin pudding from scratch! Hmm.

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  12. I have not try this flavor before. Must add this in my stock!

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  13. pumpkin flavoured?? Very interesting, I have to look out for this!

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  14. That is our favorite flavor. I make it with fat free half and half. It gets puffy and more mousse-like...yummy!

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  15. Oooh .. pumpkin anything makes my heart go pittapat ..

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  16. cool! i can't wait to try this!

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  17. I'm gonna look for this one...sounds interesting....

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  18. This is a very nice place to visit!! Thank you for stopping by! Cathy

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  19. Thanks for stopping by to see me!
    Now it's my turn. I love your blog. And I really connected when you mentioned your Italian aunt. What does she cook, or what has she taught you?? My late mother was of Italian descent and a wonderful cook!
    I'll be back!
    Karen
    Ladybug Creek

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  20. Oh Oh.....which Wally World did you find it at?? It's only available this time of year and I make my cream puffs with it....mixed with real whipped cream....You think you have died and went to pumpkin heaven.....you will never make another pumpkin pie again...You can't even buy it direct from jello....

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  21. Well, that sounds delicious. How about a little fat free whipped cream on top? I hope I can find some!
    thanks!

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  22. Oh this sounds so good! Could you send some over my way????

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  23. I love scarecrows, a place where we used to live had a display. This botanical garden looks wonderful, and they did a great job decorating for the season.
    Karen

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  24. I just stopped by to let you know that I will be mailing your Pumpkin Head Box giveaway to you this afternoon. I hope you love him!

    So it should be there on Thursday or Friday... In plenty of time for Halloween!

    Then I read about the Pumpkin Pudding. I have never noticed it in the stores. I love Pumpkin Pie... so I will be getting LOTS of boxes today. Right after my trip to the Post Office.

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