Candied Ginger Pudding 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 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.

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?

Candied Ginger Pudding Slideshow:

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Go to the Candied Ginger Pudding recipe.

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Get recipes and info about Candied Ginger at Foodista:
Candied Ginger

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  1. #1 by The Mrs on 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.

    • #2 by cookthestory on 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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