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i was bored and wanted to experiment...so these amounts are appromimate,

so i put 2 cups milk on the stovetop in a sauce pan with a fourth cup of
heavy cream.

then i whisked in liquid splenda and vanillia for flavor..and then whisked
in a teaspoon guar gum and a 1/4th cup of cocconut flour to thicken.

one it started to bubble i removed it fromn stove and drizzled it slowly
while whisking into 4 egg yolks then return it back to stove to bring to a
boil to be sure everything was cooked and would set up..i then stirred in a
half cup of unsweetend cocconut flakes and chilled in the fridge 8 hours.

i thin spponed into a bowl and topped whith whipped cream..was delicious!

next time im going to try adding bannana flavoring since i cant eat
bannnana.

now i know how to make the base pudding i can see making chocolate pudding
and many other flavors since the methods the same..even making cream pies
and using the low carb crust i made using carbaloes and cream cheese....yum!

KROM



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i was bored and wanted to experiment...so these amounts are appromimate,

so i put 2 cups milk on the stovetop in a sauce pan with a fourth cup of
heavy cream.

then i whisked in liquid splenda and vanillia for flavor..and then whisked
in a teaspoon guar gum and a 1/4th cup of cocconut flour to thicken.

one it started to bubble i removed it fromn stove and drizzled it slowly
while whisking into 4 egg yolks then return it back to stove to bring to a
boil to be sure everything was cooked and would set up..i then stirred in a
half cup of unsweetend cocconut flakes and chilled in the fridge 8 hours.

i thin spponed into a bowl and topped whith whipped cream..was delicious!


Coconut custard! YUM!

next time im going to try adding bannana flavoring since i cant eat
bannnana.

now i know how to make the base pudding i can see making chocolate pudding
and many other flavors since the methods the same..even making cream pies
and using the low carb crust i made using carbaloes and cream cheese....yum!


PP
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On Fri, 13 Mar 2009 05:14:18 -0500, "krom"
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now i know how to make the base pudding i can see making chocolate pudding
and many other flavors since the methods the same..even making cream pies
and using the low carb crust i made using carbaloes and cream cheese....yum!


OO! Positively decadent... thanks : )

Nicky.
T2 dx 05/04 + underactive thyroid
D&E, 100ug thyroxine
Last A1c 5.3% BMI 25
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i am still enjoying the batch i made..lol.

i tossed in some almonds and it tasted like a almond joy..lol

yum!

KROM

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On Fri, 13 Mar 2009 05:14:18 -0500, "krom"
wrote:

now i know how to make the base pudding i can see making chocolate pudding
and many other flavors since the methods the same..even making cream pies
and using the low carb crust i made using carbaloes and cream
cheese....yum!


OO! Positively decadent... thanks : )

Nicky.
T2 dx 05/04 + underactive thyroid
D&E, 100ug thyroxine
Last A1c 5.3% BMI 25



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yes your right that is a custard and not a pudding since pudding has
gelatin..and yes was yummy..i got like 2 servings left..lol..

cant wait to try the chocolate this weekend.

i will measure this time to get exact recipe..altho custard seems a thing
that doesnt require one..lol..since you can go so many ways with it. and is
sorta fool proof.

too runny..you could freez ot for frozen custard..to thick...thin with
whipped cream for a whipped dessert...not sweet...sweeten the cream..etc
etc...easy.

gotta love a simple yet yummy low carb dessert!

:-)

KROM

"Peppermint Patootie" wrote
Coconut custard! YUM!





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krom wrote:
: yes your right that is a custard and not a pudding since pudding has
: gelatin..and yes was yummy..i got like 2 servings left..lol..

: cant wait to try the chocolate this weekend.

: i will measure this time to get exact recipe..altho custard seems a thing
: that doesnt require one..lol..since you can go so many ways with it. and is
: sorta fool proof.

: too runny..you could freez ot for frozen custard..to thick...thin with
: whipped cream for a whipped dessert...not sweet...sweeten the cream..etc
: etc...easy.

: gotta love a simple yet yummy low carb dessert!

: :-)

: KROM

: "Peppermint Patootie" wrote
: Coconut custard! YUM!
:

Pudding does not necessarily contain geletine. In fact, custard is a
subgroup of pudding, as in bread pudding, rice puding, eve chocolate
pudding.

Wendy
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lemme alone..i just learned how to make this...lol

:-P

KROM

"W. Baker" wrote
Pudding does not necessarily contain geletine. In fact, custard is a
subgroup of pudding, as in bread pudding, rice puding, eve chocolate
pudding.

Wendy





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