Wednesday, January 27, 2016

White Chocolate Rum Chata Pudding (for stressed out moms!)

I am not a big drinker by anyone's standards. I maybe, MAYBE have a half dozen drinks a year. I am not a fan of beer, even though hubby brews his own, and I don't care for a lot of liquors on their own. I also don’t care for mixed drinks where there is an over powering liquor taste. You know what I am talking about, when you drink, exhale and it burns. Yeah, not my cup of tea. However, over Christmas I had the chance to sample an adult pudding that not only tastes good, but goes down WAY to easy!

This simple to make adult dessert has only four ingredients, keeps well in the fridge, and can also be frozen to make adult popsicle. *high five* I know what I’m going to have to hide from the kids this summer. *wink* So grab your mixing bowl and a bottle of Rum Chata and let’s get to “work.” Oh who am I kidding, this is way too easy to make to be considered work.

Ingredients
1 small (around 4oz) pack of white chocolate pudding
1 cup of milk
1 cup of rum chata
1 8 oz container of whip cream.

The original recipe for this pudding calls for plan old chocolate pudding, but the white chocolate makes it taste even better, in my opinion. Start by mixing the contents from the box of pudding with the milk. Once the pudding is all dissolved, pour in the rum chata. Now here is the tricky part…. Okay there is no tricky part, unless you have already been taking sips from the rum chata bottle…. Fold in the whip cream. That’s it, you’re done. Now set that magic bowl of adult pudding in the fridge to set up.

What I truly love about this pudding is it goes down smooth, none of that burning in the throat or chest that other pudding “shots” give you. It is just enough alcohol to give you a nice “I don’t care what the kids are fighting about or who hit who” little buzz. Just send them ALL to their rooms!

Of course everyone's alcohol tolerance is different. This stuff taste so good, but you don't want to be laying on the floor while the kids are running a muck, so pace yourself! You don't want it sneaking up on you. *wink* Now excuse me while mommy has a snack. LOL


16 comments:

  1. That looks great! My kids are a little older, so my trick would be keeping them from finding it in the back of the fridge and thinking it was regular chocolate pudding. haha No great place to hide Mommy pudding...

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    1. I straight up told my kids, no touching, it was ADULT pudding. They have their own pudding, so it works.

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  2. Oooh, yum! Mommies need a little treat every now and again too. I don't drink often either, but this sounds like the perfect way to take the edge off!

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    1. And it holds up in the fridge very well. LOL I have been nursing this batch of pudding for over a week LOL

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  3. What a combination! I need to give this a try. Pinned and shared. Thank you for linkng at #overthemoon. I hope you lso share at #thursdayfavoritethings!

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    1. Please do try! It is oh so yummy and really takes the edge off a stressful day LOL

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  4. This sounds delicious! I'm in no means a drinker but I LOVE Rum Chata. So I def need to make this pudding.

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    1. I'm no drinker either but it is just the right amount to take away some of the stress! LOL

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  5. This is something my husband would love! Thanks for sharing at My Flagstaff Home!

    Jennifer

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  6. Interesting..mommy will definitely need it :). TFS, Mindie and enjooy :)

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    1. LOL This mommy needs to make some more! I am currently out *pout*

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  7. Oh my, can we say Girl's Night?

    Thanks for sharing on the Homestead Blog Hop.

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    1. You get a girl's night *sits in corner pouting* I never get a girl's night. But it is okay to eat pudding alone, right? LOL

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  8. My drink of choice is usually Jagermeister, but I do like the taste of Rum Chata. This recipe sounds delicious. I'd have to make it when I went to an event. Otherwise, I'd drink it all myself!

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