Blueberry Muffin Pudding

Posted Thu, 11/03/11


Although I'm not one to consume many sweets, I recently became a convert of Blueberry Muffin Pudding. Talk about a taste sensation! The four-pack is fairly inexpensive ($1.59). They are cheap yet tasty snacks that will surely go a long way in satisfying my infrequent sweet tooth.


Blueberry Muffin Pudding


Cranberry Hill Inn (Maine) has a rather easy recipe for blueberry pudding, although I don't think it can be made as cheaply as the packaged variety:


Blueberry Muffin Pudding

10 blueberry muffins


2 C milk

1/2 C sugar

4 eggs

2 tsp. cinnamon

1-1/2 tsp. vanilla extract

Whipped cream

Fresh blueberries


Crumble leftover blueberry muffins into a buttered baking dish. Beat together milk, eggs, sugar, cinnamon and vanilla. Pour mixture over crumbled muffins. Bake forty minutes at 350-degrees F until pudding puffs and forms a crust. Spoon warm budding into individual serving dishes and top with whipped cream and fresh blueberries.

I'm less enthusiastic about the orange-cream flavored drink from Sobe, which I also tried recently. It's nice for a change, but not something I want to drink on a regular basis. I'll stick to my daily dose of Lipton Half & Half, thank you. Cost plays an important factor as well. I can buy a tall can of half-and-half for under a $1, while Sobe products seem to be over-priced ($1.49 for 20 fluid ounces of orange cream).


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Related blog post: 06/17/09: Newfoundlander Nibbles (Blueberry Pudding).


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