Butterscotch Pudding Shooters

Butterscotch Pudding Shot Glass Dessert

Butterscotch Pudding Shot Glass Dessert

As a kid growing up in Philadelphia I can clearly remember those February days trudging home from school through several feet of snow. Our noses were frozen, our hands were numb and our toes were all but frozen off. ย After peeling off layers of clothing, hats, gloves and boots, my mother always greeted my brothers and I with a dish of butterscotch pudding and a dollop of whipped cream. It was like instant warmth and coziness in a bowl.

I have taken that beloved family treat and turned it into a Butterscotch Pudding Shooter.ย The base of this dessert is a creamy, homemade butterscotch pudding that is layered with a crunchy gingersnap crumble and topped with a cinnamon spiced whipped cream. Say goodbye to Jell-O pudding and Cool Whip and hello to homemade because this is so easy to make.

For my other shot glass desserts look here, and here and here.

Butterscotch Pudding

Butterscotch Pudding

Butterscotch Pudding Shooters

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Butterscotch Pudding Shooters

Butterscotch Pudding Shooters

Mama’s Tips:

The components for this dessert can be made in advance (earlier in the day) and then assembled at the last minute.

If you’re not going to serve the pudding warm, but instead going to use it for the shot glass dessert; place it it a shallow bowl and press plastic wrap onto the surface of the pudding so a skin will not form and the pudding’s consistency remains creamy.

Butterscotch Pudding Shot Glass Desserts

Butterscotch Pudding Shot Glass Desserts

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17 thoughts on “Butterscotch Pudding Shooters

  1. That’s a seriously tasty memory of your snow days & after school treats too. I always love how elegant your desserts in shooter style glasses are, these upsized ones especially so ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Loving your sweet memory of snow days & after school treats. Always love your desserts/shooter style, but with the upsized glass even more so!

    (Apologies) for duplicate comments! Not sure what happened to the one before.

  3. Oh, goodness! Those like a treat from heaven. I think my kids would love this recipe…especially today since the wind is whipping off the lake carrying snow with creating snow dunes. I just came inside and my cheeks are still tingling. Thanks for the lovely idea!

  4. Hum, those memories that you beautifully describe I remember as chocolate pudding with Graham Crackers on top. Your pictures are beautiful and your words tell a beautiful story.

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