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I was really hoping to give this recipe a great review because I love the combination of raspberries and vanilla pudding. However, I found this recipe too "eggy". I also think a 9-inch pie plate results in a thin layer of pudding...I had to scrape it out rather than scoop it into serving dishes. This recipe might be better baked in a pie crust. I will continue to tweak it, maybe reduce eggs and use cornstarch in place of the flour.
I doubled this recipe and made two puddings last night to take to a potluck at church this morning. Unfortunately I will only be taking one of them with me. My DH and 2 older daughters all voted last night that we really should try one to make sure they turned out okay to take as it was a new recipe. That was their cover-up to "Wow! they smell so good." and "We might not get to try Mom's dessert". I love the fact that the custard isn't very sweet so the raspberry taste really shines through. The only issue I had is the custard tended to weep a little around the raspberries, so next time I will try omitting some of the raspberry syrup to see if that resolves the issue. Thanks for sharing your recipe KelBel.
A delicious, simple baked custard recipe. I used frozen mixed berries (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries) and sprinkled them with a little sugar as they were unsweetened. I used raw whole Jersey milk and very rich cream for the milk and cream, and double strength vanilla. I was able to whip it up and bake it while preparing dinner, then I let it cool while we ate. After dinner, I spooned it up and topped with whipped cream. It was lovely! I did go a little heavy on the berries--I used most of a 6 oz bag instead of only 10 ozs--but I loved the fruitiness of the final product. DH enjoyed it very well, too. DS didn't care so much for his, but he's not a berry fan (yet!). Thank you so much for sharing this recipe, KelBel!
What a lovely dessert recipe! This is so easy but elegant for a special meal. We all LOVED it!!
This was seriously yummy. I used frozen rasberries I had picked this summer and sprinkled them with sugar. I am going to be making this so often. I have a lot of blueberries so I will try it with those instead. The rasberries in it were fantastic though. I could go on and on... I just highly recommend this. So easy, would be a fun desert to make with kids. Thanks!
This is a tasty little treat! I used plain frozen berries and added the sprinkle of sugar on them. I did have to bake it slightly more than specified, but it turned out perfect.
This is light as a cloud and so easy to make, I plan on making this in individual oven-proof serving dishes also, I subbed frozen strawberries in syrup in place of raspberries, it is so good, what a great dessert recipe Kel, thanks for sharing, Kitten:)
This dessert was yummy. I used frozen raspberries which had no syrup so I added some sugar to them. We had this with ice cream. Thanks for a great recipe.
i used frozen raspberries(bird's eye) in light syrup. this was so luscious and creamy and ms. picky and i loved it. i really oinked out and served it with a dollop of real whipped cream. heavenly!!!!
i love this recipe! it was so easy to put together and the cooking time was precise. i used a pint of fresh raspberries and sprinkled with sugar. when i added the pudding the berries floated to the top. the sweet pudding and tart berries are a wonderful combination.