Non Instant Pudding

Baking By TandTHarrell Updated 12 Jun 2006 , 2:27pm by m0use

TandTHarrell Posted 10 Jun 2006 , 1:55am
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sorry for the dumb question , but what is non instant vanilla pudding mix

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TandTHarrell Posted 10 Jun 2006 , 1:59am
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just doing a quick bump

AshleyLogan Posted 10 Jun 2006 , 2:01am
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non-instant would be the kind of pudding that you have to cook. It doesn't take that long, maybe 5 minutes?

TandTHarrell Posted 10 Jun 2006 , 2:02am
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fearlessbaker Posted 10 Jun 2006 , 2:03am
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Non Instant has to be cooked on top of the stove or in the micorwave. Instant is put into the bowl and combined and stirred with whisked with milk for a few minutes no heat involved.

TandTHarrell Posted 10 Jun 2006 , 2:09am
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the pie calls for non instant pudding do u think i can get away with instant pudding

AshleyLogan Posted 11 Jun 2006 , 8:27pm
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I wouldn't, instant pudding doesn't set up like non-instant. It would be too runny.
good luck

m0use Posted 12 Jun 2006 , 2:27pm
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If you want a thicker instant pudding, use less milk by at least 1/2 cup...there should be directions on the box of instant that are for pudding pies what to do.

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