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Indian Pudding

Hearty Indian Pudding in No Time, Just Heat and Serve

Indian Pudding

Hearty Indian Pudding in No Time, Just Heat and Serve


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Originating back in Colonial America, this spicy old-fashioned dessert is authentic New England fare that is made from cornmeal and molasses and then baked. But thanks to our friends in Maine, all you have to do is heat the Indian pudding on the stove or in the microwave. It's even delicious right out of the can. 15.5 oz. can.

  • Traditional New England fare dating back to Colonial America
  • Made with lots of molasses
  • Top with ice cream, whipped cream, or hard sauce

Our ready-to-serve Indian Pudding is made the traditional way, right here in New England., with a spicy flavor that would even satisfy Colonial Americans.

Indian Pudding

Safety Warnings

Alergen Alert: Contains Milk.

Ingredients

Is Not A Kosher Product

Water, Molasses, Corn Meal, Milk, Margarine,
Sugar, Salt, and Proprietary Spices.

Care

Simply heat and serve, topped with whipped cream, hard sauce, or vanilla ice cream. Can be eaten cold.

Specifications

Shelf Life: 3 years unopened

Nutrition
Nutritional ItemQuantity% of Daily
Requirements
Serving size:1/2 cup
Serving Per Container:3.5
Calories:170
Calories form Fat:45
Total Fat:5g8%
Saturated Fat:1g1%
Cholesterol:5mg2%
Sodium:170mg7%
Total Carbohydrates:29g10%
Dietary Fiber:<1g4%
Sugars:19g
Protein3g
Vitamin A:2%
Vitamin C:0%
Calcium:8%
Iron:4%
 
*Percentages are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Origin

Manufactured In: USA - Maine

Material - Country Of Origin: USA - Maine

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Indian Pudding I grew up in the South & my husband is from Massachusetts. On one of my first visits there, I had my first taste of Indian Pudding & it became one of my favorite foods. Living in the Virginia, you don't see it on menus so for the holidays, I ordered several cans from VCS. It was awful! I warmed up the first can, had a couple of bites, and threw away not only the rest of that can but the rest of the unopened cans. What a disappointment - it was bitter and absolutely awful! January 24, 2013
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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Indian Pudding …

"I thought Indian Pudding was something invented by the writers of Newhart, not a real recipe. I first heard about it on an episode of Newhart where George was looking for his mother's recipe for Indian Pudding. When Mom offered George some Indian Pudding, he would say, "And how!” I hope you still have this product available in November." - Grace, Burbank,