I don't know why it just occurred to me to freeze pudding in my ice cream maker, as I have never seen pudding NOT on the shelf.
Jell-O Instant Pudding on my shelf for last minute desserts. What's super cool while visiting the Instant Pudding link is all the possibilities of 30 minute ice cream (or should we call it ice pudding/ice milk?) we could be making!
The process was simple:
- As directed on the box (I used the large size), using a whisk, mix 1 package of pudding into 3 cups of milk. (I used whole milk.)
- Pour the mixture into the ice cream maker and churn according to the ice cream maker's directions.
Voila! In less than 30 minutes, a creamy cold dessert, perfect for this 99.6° weather here in the Boston area!
Note, I don't know how this will ripen in the freezer, since I just put it in the freezer about a half an hour ago, but I can tell you right out of the ice cream maker it was pretty darn good and creamy!