Back in November I was lucky enough to visit the General Mills headquarters and hang out with some of the fun people over at Tablespoon. While I was there, we did our fair share of eating and hit some local restaurants. One night out, after an amazing dinner, we were all deciding what to get for dessert. That’s what I love about hanging out with other “foodies”…it wasn’t a matter of IF we were ordering dessert, the question was WHAT were we ordering for dessert.
I always like to ask the server for a suggestion. Out of all the desserts on the menu, our waitress recommended a salted butterscotch pudding. I kind of hesitated but decided to go with it. When dessert came we all passed around our desserts, family style, so we could all taste what the restaurant had to offer. The salted butterscotch pudding was definitely the favorite.
I thought I would give it a go at recreating the dessert from that night. This Salted Butterscotch Pudding
is sweet and creamy with an occasional bite of sea salt to bring out all of the flavors.
It’s completely different from a boxed pudding mix so don’t even try to compare the two. Homemade pudding is lighter with more subtle flavor than the overbearing sweetness of a boxed pudding. This pudding is made with simple ingredients that can be found in your pantry and can be whipped up in about twenty minutes.
This Salted Butterscotch Pudding is comforting and easy homemade dessert in no time at all.Christy joined the Tablespoon team to share her recipes and inspire family food fun. Watch her Tablespoon member profile for great new recipes!