Pudding in a jar
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Satisfy dessert cravings with Easy Shortcake Pudding in a Jar. Make sugar free. Puddings make wonderful summer desserts.

Preparing pudding in jars ahead of time makes them handy to serve. Can’t find the lids? Just cover the top with Glad Press’n Seal.

Plastic wrap
Glad Press’n Seal

Use Colorful Jars

Use colorful jars like purple and blue ones for fun. Cover with regular jar lids, or use Press’n Seal which works perfectly.

You can pack these jars with pudding and put them in a cooler with ice. This works for taking them on a picnic.

Mix Milk and Buttermilk in Pudding

I like to mix milk and buttermilk in my pudding. The buttermilk makes a richer and creamier pudding. Here is a recipe I made at my daughter’s house.

Sugar-free angel food cake is fairly easy to find at the grocery store and makes great trifle low sugar puddings. If you feel like going all out, bake your shortcake from scratch like Dorie Greenspan’s Tender Shortcakes.

Easy Shortcake Pudding in a Jar is a quick recipe for busy moms to serve as dessert. You can substitute a trifle bowl or wine glasses if you don’t have jars. Or have fun with other different ideas of serving the pudding. Either way you come up with, your family and guests are sure to enjoy this light delicious dessert.

Buttermilk pudding
Shortcake Pudding with Buttermilk

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1 Comment

  1. I love desserts in jars. I really like the combination of lemon pudding and cream cheese. It’s like a strawberry lemon cheesecake. Yummy.

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