Candied Ginger Pudding Recipe on Food 52

Linguistically Ambiguous Foods is the current Cook the Story theme. I therefore couldn’t resist submitting the ambiguously named Candied Ginger Pudding recipe to the Food 52 Pudding Contest.

The title can be interpreted as Candied-Ginger Pudding since the pudding’s flavor is achieved by steeping candied ginger in milk.

The title can also be interpreted as Candied Ginger-Pudding since each individual serving of pudding is topped with a candy crust.
candied ginger pudding recipe

But who really cares about the title? It’s the taste you want to know about.

It’s a cozy dessert that makes me feel like I’m lying on a soft blankie while crunching on caramel corn. At the same time, it’s light and refreshing due to the fat-free milk and the zing of the ginger.

Playful comfort and refreshing lightness. Does it get any better than this?  It’s a perfect dessert for the holidays, too.

Speaking of ginger and the holidays, you might also want to check out my recipe for cranberry ginger brie. It’s ginger and cranberry perfection in an appetizer!

Cranberry Ginger Holiday Brie Recipe - perfect for Christmas or a New Year's Eve celebration!

Head over to Food 52 to see the Candied Ginger Pudding recipe

6 Responses to “Candied Ginger Pudding Recipe on Food 52”

  1. shutapp — August 11, 2016 @ 1:16 pm (#)

    recipes is so cool thanks for shearing such a remarkable collection

  2. The Mrs — February 23, 2011 @ 10:26 am (#)

    LOVING the slide show. Miss watches Sesame Street; I watch Candied Ginger Pudding. Over and over and over.

    Looks like it’s going to be a productive day.

    • cookthestory — February 23, 2011 @ 12:46 pm (#)

      It’s that drizzle of caramel. Every time I see that picture I want to go make another batch immediately.

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