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Posted by so excited you called out Nido Powdered Milk. I live by it. nm on Wed, Apr 29 2015 at 11:22 PM CDT:

In Reply to: Instant (Cold Water) Butterscotch Pudding Mix posted by by weight, with a tweak to the starch by volume. sm on Wed, Apr 29 2015 at 10:20 AM CDT:

: Playing around with my weighed ingredients in my measuring cups/spoons, the Ultra Gel actually is closer to 5/8 cup than 1/2 cup by volume to get a real pudding texture. (I hate cooking by measure--it's so easy to get too much variation in your ingredients.) I also have to say I like this even better made with whole milk powder instead of nonfat milk. (Nido powdered milk isn't hard to find if you want to try whole milk powder).

: For those who have a kitchen scale, this is how it works by weight:

: 4 servings = 1 pkg Jell-O instant pudding

: 40 g Ultra Gel
: 45 g nonfat milk powder
: or 60 g whole milk powder
: 67 g cane sugar (1/3 cup)
: 13 g molasses powder with maltodextrin
: or 9 g freeze-dried molasses powder
: 10 g Augason Farms butter powder
: 11 g Ova Easy egg crystals
: 2 g vanilla powder (or your brand to equal 1/2 t vanilla)
: 2 cups/475 ml water

: For 1 serving you would use 1/2 cup water and 47 g/1.66 ounces of pudding mix if using nonfat milk powder or 51 g/1.8 ounces if using whole milk powder. If you are leaving the milk out of your mix, then it would be 36 g/1.27 ounces




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