Tuesday, October 27, 2009


After preschool the twins and I made some pudding. They love helping and making it and eating it. Supper easy. They said it was good! So that fun for them!! Here is the recipe just in case anyone wanted to make it with there kids (or by themselves)

Real Homemade Chocolate Pudding
(Almost as fast as the boxed kind)
Serves 4

1 egg yolk
2 cups milk
1/4 cup flour or cornstarch
1/2 cup sugar
2 tablespoons cocoa
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
4 tablespoons mini-chocolate chips

In a small bowl, using a wire whisk, mix the egg yolk and milk
together well.

In your saucepan, mix together the dry ingredients until well blended.
Slowly stir in milk/egg mixture. Go easy?you don't want it lumpy (use
your wire whisk). Heat over low heat and continue to stir until
mixture thickens.

Pour into pudding cups. Sprinkle the top with the mini-chocolate chips
(they will melt?this is a good thing. Swirl before you inhale.)

Chill or serve warm.


Lanie's Life said...

Kristin! That looks so good and you are such a good mommy!!! I didn't know that you had and etsy store!!! I have one too. It is closed right now due to my crazy life but one day I will get back at it! Your family is so sweet! Wow twins!!! I know how crazy and fun life is with 4 kids....I only have one at home with me now as the other 3 are in school. That makes it easier but I will miss my baby terribly when he start kindergarten next year!

Linda said...

Cute pictures of the twins helping! So you didn't even taste it? You are good!

Chelsea said...

just checking in on you guys to see what fun you have been up to- looks like your house was pretty chilly when you were making pudding b/c your kids have scarfs on. You should really break down and just turn the heater on every once in a while. :)
P.S. Did you know they make pudding pops again? They are delish! They stopped making them for about 15 years, but they are back in black my friends!

Shelly Beth said...

Sounds yummy! I am sure Isabelle would have fun doing that. Aubree is 90-95 percentile for height. I used babycenter.com growth percentile calculator to figure that one out because I didn't pay attention to what the dr. said. She is a chunker compared to Isabelle, that's for sure!