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Use this tag when discussing the sweet, milk-based dessert or snack, similar to a custard. In the UK, these are commonly referred to as "custard", "blancmange", or "jelly" depending on how they are thickened. This tag should not be used to refer to general desserts, sponges like bread pudding (see the bread pudding tag), or meat-based puddings like black pudding or haggis.

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I once ran into the same problem. I ended up making frozen pudding pops out of them. Boy were they a hit. I just put the pudding in several ice cube trays and a few wax coated paper cups. Pop them …
answered Jan 13 '11 by Plain Ol'Common Sense