It costs $4.25 for a tall (small) Starbucks’ gingerbread latte. You can make this creamer for half that price. You’ll get the same great flavors found in gingerbread.
Molasses, cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, and ginger are flavors you associate with gingerbread. So those are the flavors I put into my homemade creamer.
About 15 years ago, my mother-in-law and father-in-law were on the Adkins’ diet. They created a dip/ dessert that we used to eat with cut strawberries. Their recipe contained sugar free pudding. Usually the pudding was either cheesecake flavored or white chocolate flavored.
When I was a new teacher, I would make this recipe with regular pudding to take to carry ins. One of the retired teachers loved this dip. She would request it every time there was a carry in.
I posted this recipe back in 2010 when this blog was still new. I didn’t have any pictures to go along with the recipe. This would be a good side dessert for Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. You can serve it with a tray of fruit. That way people can pick and chose their favorites.
Pudding Fruit Dip
Stars of the recipe:
- 1 c. heavy whipping cream
- 1 small box of pudding mix (I highly suggest white chocolate flavor or cheesecake flavor)
- Pour the whipping cream into a mixing bowl.
- Open the box of pudding and pour it over the whipping cream.
- Using a hand mixer, whip the pudding and whipping cream until it is stiff. (I usually start at the lowest setting and gradually move toward the highest setting.)