Traditional American Indian Pudding, a baked custard pudding made with cornmeal, milk, eggs, and sweetened with molasses. Perfect for Thanksgiving! On SimplyRecipes.com

Traditional American Indian Pudding, a baked custard pudding made with cornmeal, milk, eggs, and sweetened with molasses. Perfect for Thanksgiving! On SimplyRecipes.com

This Indian Pudding is adapted from An Olde Concord Christmas, a book from the Concord Museum in Concord Massachusetts. Its often made around Thanksgiving and Christmas here in New England, but I say its good anytime!

Old Fashioned New England Indian Pudding

This Indian Pudding is adapted from An Olde Concord Christmas, a book from the Concord Museum in Concord Massachusetts. Its often made around Thanksgiving and Christmas here in New England, but I say its good anytime!

Indian Pudding Recipe by Noshing With The Nolands is a must make recipe if you are a pumpkin spice lover. Sure to become a family favorite!

Indian Pudding

Indian Pudding Recipe by Noshing With The Nolands is a must make recipe if you are a pumpkin spice lover. Sure to become a family favorite!

Traditional American Indian Pudding, a baked custard pudding made with cornmeal, milk, eggs, and sweetened with molasses. Perfect for Thanksgiving! On SimplyRecipes.com

Traditional American Indian Pudding, a baked custard pudding made with cornmeal, milk, eggs, and sweetened with molasses. Perfect for Thanksgiving! On SimplyRecipes.com

Indian Pudding | Classic New England Dessert

Indian Pudding Recipe - Yankee Magazine

Indian Pudding Recipe | whatscookingamerica.net | #indian #pudding

Indian Pudding and Hasty Pudding, Whats Cooking America

NYT Cooking: Indian pudding was a compromise. A mass of cornmeal, milk and molasses, baked for hours, it was born of the Puritans’ nostalgia for British hasty pudding and their adaptation to the ground-corn porridges of their Native American neighbors. Originally served as a first course, it grew sweeter (but not too sweet

Indian Pudding

NYT Cooking: Indian pudding was a compromise. A mass of cornmeal, milk and molasses, baked for hours, it was born of the Puritans’ nostalgia for British hasty pudding and their adaptation to the ground-corn porridges of their Native American neighbors. Originally served as a first course, it grew sweeter (but not too sweet

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