Frozen Pudding Ice Cream–No! No! It’s not from Frozen or has to do anything with Elsa or Anna or cute-cute Olaf! But it is a whole new dessert that’ll make you go ‘whoosh…’, or as Olaf says, “It is something worth melting for!”
This classic dessert is a blend of pudding with ice cream accompanied by that frozen element and more…aaya muh me paani? So, let’s dive into it!
Rum sounds fancy, doesn’t it? But this ice cream got more. It is a classic flavour put together with pineapple, raisins, peaches, maraschino, cherries, and whatever else that pleases your palate.
Blended with a small amount of alcohol, this is a chilled dessert consisting of a mixture of custard and nuts.
In contrast with Harley Quinn’s Puddin, Joker, who is dangerous and the king of Gotham City, the traditional pudding is a sweet and savoury dessert.
In terms of the base, this ice cream is sweet, but not too creamy, neither too thick. It is the perfect balance of sweet and creamy with a touch of rum.
Many brands produce and deal in this ice cream, for instance, Brighams, Richardson, and Crescent Ridge.
Crescent Ridge produces the handmade Frozen Pudding Ice Cream from an award-winning 5o-year-old Parrish family recipe.
This ice cream flavour is one great way to convert all of your favourite things into a frozen delicacy. Also, a little bit of rum never hurt anybody.
It is available in not one, not two, but many flavours to satisfy all your sweet cravings. Some flavours are Banana, Pistachio, Tiramisu, Butterscotch, and the list goes on and on.
Know the country Barbados? Yes, the one where a palaeontology conference was held with Ross Geller as the Keynote speaker! But it is also the home to one of the best Rums, which is one of the main ingredients of the frozen pudding ice cream.
So, next time life puts you into a troublesome pit, just “pud” your stress away and chillax with a “shot” of frozen pudding ice cream!
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