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Whenever I get invited to a potluck or a social event, I hold my breath hoping that they don’t ask me to bring a dessert. Salads, meats, cheese dips, just about anything but dessert. Me and baking just don’t get along. I’ve tried cookies, cakes, brownies, pies… all of it. Nothing ever turns out the way that I want it to. If I am asked to bring a sweet treat of some kind somewhere, I usually just stop at the bakery and get something or even buy store-bought. I have such little confidence in my baking skills that I believe those are better than homemade. I was tired of taking the easy route though. I thought that people were thinking that I was lazy or something, which couldn’t be farther from the truth.
I found a recipe on Recipe Lion recently when I was browsing around for a dessert salad that said it only required five minutes and five ingredients to make. I wasn’t even going anywhere, but I was going to try and make that dessert to see what it was all about, and more importantly if I could do it.
The next time I went to the supermarket, I added the items to my cart and proudly walked out with them. As soon as I unpacked everything, I made this instantly. I mean instantly too, it was done in just a few minutes!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Recipe Lion.
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Quick Tip: Try with a different flavor of pudding.