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Custard Grapenut Pudding from Angela Creighton
Homemade Frozen Custard / Ice Cream
Low-Fat Banana Pudding from lucky
Marcelles's Bread Pudding from J Craft II
Napoleons from funkeybroad
No-Cook Banana Pudding from Margaret Roberts
Noodle Kugel (Sweet noodle pudding) from Mom's recipe
Old Fashioned Banana Pudding from Vicky Bryant
Old Fashioned Custard Pie from Virginia Hood
Old-Fashioned Rice Pudding from Chuck and 1959 cookbook
Passion Fruit Sorbet from William Bohannon
Pear Clafouti from Rover's Restaurant, Seattle, Washington
Rhubarb Custard from Diane
Rhubarb Custard Pie from Patty Johnson from Better Homes and Garden Cookbook
Rhubarb Tapioca Pudding and Ice Cream Sauce from Ann Arber
Rice Pudding from Angela Creighton
Rice Pudding from Theresa
Rice Pudding from Mary Sparks (my grandmother)
Rice Pudding from Theresa
Rice Pudding from Tanya
Rice Pudding from Theresa
Rice Pudding (Creamy Rice Pudding) from Prickly Pear
Rum Chocolate Mousse
Saucy Lemon Pudding from Marianna
Soft Custard (Diabetic) from Diabetic Menus, Meals And Recipes (1949)
Stale Donut Bread Pudding from Lilann
Steamed Egg Custard from Sarina in Hong Kong
Susan's Amaretto Bread Pudding
Tapioca Pudding from Recipe Source
Tiramisu (Gourmet Magazine's Tiramisu) from Peek

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