Goat milk pudding pie recipe from Goats Produce Too?

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  1. hisenthlay

    hisenthlay a.k.a. hyzenthlay

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    I'm hoping someone here can do me a big favor.

    I want to make the chocolate pudding pie recipe from Goats Produce Too, The Udder Real Thing Volume II by Mary Jane Toth--but I left my book halfway across the country and don't have access to it now.

    It's a very simple recipe, sooo EASY and fast and tasty--I just don't remember the proper amounts of everything. There's milk, sugar, cocoa powder, corn starch (I think), vanilla... that's almost everything. I've looked on the web and in all my other books, but the recipe is unique because it uses powder instead of chocolate squares, and no eggs.

    So, does someone have this book handy, and would you mind just posting the ingredients and the amounts? I'd be forever in your debt.
    :eek:

    THANKS!

    (I'll cross post this on the cooking forum, too)
     
  2. All country

    All country Well-Known Member

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    I've got the book. My family loves this recipe too.


    Chocolate Pudding & Pie Filling


    2 cups goat milk 2/3 cup sugar
    1/4 cup butter 3 Tbs. baking cocoa
    1 tsp. vanilla extract 3 Tbs. corn starch
    1 egg slightly beaten

    Combine sugar, cornstarch,& cocoa in sauce pan. Gradually add goat milk and beaten egg. Cook constantly over medium heat, until thick and bubbly. Remove from heat. Add butter and vanilla. Beat until creamy. Chill or serve warm.
     

  3. hisenthlay

    hisenthlay a.k.a. hyzenthlay

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    THANK YOU!!!

    This is a big help, and I really appreciate it.

    I'll copy your answer to the cooking forum too, for everyone to enjoy.
     
  4. Michael W. Smith

    Michael W. Smith Well-Known Member

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    I usually just get an instant mix from the store and make it using goat milk. Is it really that much better than instant?
     
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    hisenthlay a.k.a. hyzenthlay

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    Sorry, couldn't tell you--I haven't tried a mix. I like this recipe because it's practically as easy as a mix, can be made with things I generally have on hand, and it's good! It's my policy not to eat animal products if I don't know who they came from, and the mixes I know of all have some animal products in them. I'd assume this recipe is better though, because the ingredients are farm fresh and delicious ;)
     
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    All country Well-Known Member

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    We like it as well if not better than the mix kind. It is a lot less expensive.
     
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    One thing we found was if you like milk chocolate flavor use Nestle cocoa.
    If you like a richer chocolate flavor add Hersey's.