Blue Velvet Pudding
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This easy to make, rich and creamy blue velvet pudding is made with ingredients you already have in your pantry. Great for Winter or Frozen themed parties!
This blue velvet pudding might change my little munchkin’s mind about the movie, Frozen.
I think he might be the only kid on this planet who DOESN’T like that movie…lol.
Weirdly enough, he loves the “Let it Go” son and does the cutest dance…hehe.
Since the Frozen fever is still going STRONG, I decided to make these mini blue velvet pudding cups.
I think these would also be GREAT for serving at a Winter Wonderland party…
The pudding recipe I used today is different than my usual pudding recipe because I used egg yolks.
Those egg yolks really make this homemade pudding ultra RICH and CREAMY.
Now I know why all the BIG pastry chefs are telling us to use egg yolks…heheh
Serving a simple bowl of pudding would have been so BORING and blah!
So, I poured blue pudding in a small cup and tossed some marshmallows in the middle and topped off everything with buttercream icing and lots of sprinkles!
I used two shades of blue for the pudding to create an ombre style, which is a POPULAR trend these days.
Well, that’s all for today.
If you liked this pudding recipe, you may like some of these other no bake pudding desserts too:
Blue Velvet Pudding
Use basic ingredients that you already have in your pantry to make these easy, rich and creamy Blue Velvet Pudding cups. They are perfect for serving at Winter Wonderland parties or Frozen parties.
- 2 1/2 cups Milk Whole
- 1/2 cup Sugar Granulated
- 3 tbsp Cornstarch
- 2 Egg yolks
- 1 tsp Vanilla extract
- 1 tbsp Butter Unsalted
- Blue food coloring
- 2 cups Mini marshmallows
- White chocolate buttercream frosting
- 2 tbsp Sprinkles
Add 2 cups milk and sugar in a non-stick saucepan and place on medium heat. Stir everything together.
Now, in a small bowl, add cornstarch, remaining ½ cup milk and egg yolks. Stir everything together until there are no lumps. Keep aside.
When the sugar dissolves in the milk completely, add the cornstarch mixture into the saucepan while stirring. Don't stop stirring or you will end up with lumpy pudding!
Keep stirring until the pudding thickens.
Then, remove from heat and stir in vanilla extract and butter. Add blue food coloring, if you like. Now, you can serve this pudding in individual cups (warm or cold) or make mini blue velvet pudding cups by following the steps below...
Divide the pudding into two bowls and add blue food coloring. Make sure both the puddings are a different shade (one should be dark blue and one should be light blue).
Pour some dark blue velvet pudding in a small cup. Add some mini marshmallows on the top. Then, pour some light blue velvet pudding on top of the marshmallows.
Chill these individual cups in the fridge for 2 hours.
Then, top off everything with a swirl of frosting and sprinkles. Enjoy!
Until next time, tata my lovelies!