Giveaway: Now this is pudding made right

This post is sponsored by Kozy Shack® Pudding. All opinions are my own.

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Mmmmmm we all love pudding.

Don’t lie. It’s amazing. It’s comforting. Sweet. Delicious.

I used to love pudding so much – it was one of my favorite things to eat as a child. In Poland, it’s called budyń but it’s basically the same thing – we just make it ourselves (usually from a packet). It always reminded me of warm childhood memories, smiles, delicious sweetness, and other fun kid feelings.

Photography by Kamila Gornia

When I moved to the US, I was amazed that there is pudding that is SO easy to get! No need to make it yourself, just buy a package and you’re good. Crazy! So easy. We had mousse and yogurts in packages in Poland but we didn’t get to the pudding part yet when I left as far as I recall.

So obviously, I was one happy camper.

The thing is though – it’s not that good. Most of this stuff is yucky and filled with artificial ingredients that don’t serve you ANY good except a temporary sugar high. You’re damaging yourself by eating it and it sucks.

Clearly, not happy. No more pudding for this girl.

I actually have seen Kozy Shack a lot in the stores but since I had the belief that all packaged puddings were terrible and filled with yucky ingredients, I didn’t know this product was actually made with wholesome ingredients.

So really, I was grateful to be able to try these. Not only are they delicious, you can feel good eating them.

I tried both the tapioca pudding and the rice pudding. I like both a lot but I like the rice pudding more.

Photography by Kamila Gornia

It’s funny because I usually love to make parfaits and crazy concoctions but honestly this is so good I didn’t need to dress it up and ate it by itself.

If you want to dress it up though, here are some ideas:

  • Bananas & Cinnamon Rice Pudding – Spoon Kozy Shack® Rice Pudding into a small dish. Top with sliced bananas and a sprinkle of ground cinnamon.
  • Peaches & Blueberries Rice Pudding – Layer diced fresh peaches, Kozy Shack® Rice Pudding, and blueberries in a small dish. Top with any remaining fruit.
  • Chocolate Drizzled Strawberries and Tapioca Pudding – Drizzle strawberries with melted dark chocolate and allow to set. Layer chopped strawberries and Kozy Shack® Tapioca Pudding in a small dish. Top with a chocolate-drizzled strawberry.
  • Banana Split Chocolate Pudding – Spoon Kozy Shack® Chocolate Pudding into a small dish. Top with a dollop of fresh whipped cream, a banana spear and a maraschino cherry.”

Kozy Shack® Pudding is pudding made right—made with simple, wholesome ingredients, so it’s simply delicious.

While it is available in a range of flavors, the hero products are rice pudding, tapioca pudding and chocolate pudding.

All three puddings are made with wholesome ingredients, including real milk and no artificial preservatives or hydrogenated oils. All three are a good source of calcium. Kozy Shack® Puddings are also gluten free.

GIVEAWAY:

One lucky reader can enter to win 2 premium, ceramic Kozy Shack® Pudding mugs with spoons. They will also receive a product coupon good for one (1) free package of any Kozy Shack® product, up to $4.99 value.

Enter via the Rafflecopter below.

Winner will be selected on June 19th.

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Comments

  1. Karrie Smith says

    My Mom is obsessed with these!! I don’t remember having them. BUT i just wanted to let you know that pudding cups have been around since 1986 AT THE LATEST! I remember taking them in my lunch in 2nd grade :) But I remember my mom making the packets and serving them in special gold glass parfait dishes. I LOVED when she did this ;) Thanks for taking me back for the memories. PS: My mom’s maiden name is Dudek ;) But supposedly we are *not* related to the Dudeks that make and sell the pierogies from Detroit. We live like 40 minutes from Detroit :) I don’t know anything about my Polish roots because my Grandparents died before I was born :( But at least the gold parfait dishes made me happy!

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