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Can I freeze pudding?

Asked by hug_of_war (9541 points ) July 6th, 2009

I don’t want to thaw it out, I want to eat it in its frozen state. Would this be any good? Not the pudding cups, but the instant make pudding where you just add milk and mix.

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marinelife's avatar

Why not? Here’s a recipe.

jbfletcherfan's avatar

Why not just go get some fudge cycles?

Darwin's avatar

You can freeze it but you can’t thaw it out and expect it to be nice. If you want it soft, like frozen custard, then you would need to freeze it in an ice cream maker. Otherwise, freeze away, and chomp on it frozen.

Harp's avatar

Jello even sells a Pudding Pop maker for turning its pudding mixes into puddin’ sickles, so looks like it’ll work fine..

sandystrachan's avatar

Sure freeze it , eat it frozen . Will it taste good , maybe not as good as you think .

aprilsimnel's avatar

Bill Cosby says YES!

La_chica_gomela's avatar

i bet if you only freeze it for about an hour, it would be perfect! A little icicly, but not hard-as-a-rock. Yum! Now i want!

galileogirl's avatar

I would think with the milk and the slower freezing in home freezers, there would be some ice crystals. I did try freezing the Yoplait Whipped Yogurt as advertised and it was pretty good.

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