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Change up dessert tonight: Serve them a sweet and creamy pudding or tart and springy gelatin.
We'll be very surprised if this isn't the creamiest custard you've ever eaten. It's so good, it might even upstage your holiday pumpkin pie.
Here's a recipe that turns humble ingredients -- bread, eggs, milk, and raisins -- into a rich and satisfying dessert. It also makes for a tempting breakfast item reheated in the microwave and served with milk, cream, or yogurt.
This gelatin snack is a fun and creative way to sneak fruit into your child's diet.
If your family could use a little lift after dinner, we've got just the thing -- a soufflé-pudding hybrid with a refreshing lemon twist.
A thirsty family member is the perfect target for this glassful of April Fools' trickery that's impossible to drink.
Grab a spoon and toast the New Year with a cool, sparkly dessert that wiggles.
Kids will get a giggle out of preparing this pudding dessert -- while learning a painless lesson in cooperation, teamwork, and sharing.
Make delicious use of day-old bread with our easy pudding recipe -- great for young chefs -- and a pumpkin variation that's a scrumptious addition to your Thanksgiving table.
Top your holiday table with a beautiful — and bountiful —dessert.
The silky smooth, irresistibly creamy texture of panna cotta comes from combining sweet cream with gelatin.
Our version of this baked, colonial American dessert contains apples and raisins, combined with the traditional ingredients of cornmeal and molasses.
A tasty breakfast recipe inspired by the Disney movie Mulan.