Fluffy Orange Pudding Dessert

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A mandarin orange pudding dessert recipe with fresh fruit and marshmallows stirred into vanilla pudding lightened with Reddi-wip

  • 1 pudding cup (3.25 oz each) Snack Pack® Vanilla Pudding
  • 2 seconds Reddi-wip® Original Dairy Whipped Topping
  • 2 small fresh mandarin oranges, peeled
  • 1/4 cup miniature marshmallows

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  1. Stir together pudding and Reddi-wip in small bowl; set aside. Cut orange sections in half. Stir oranges and marshmallows into pudding mixture.
  2. Place in freezer for 10 minutes to cool before serving.
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ValN May 11, 2016

Please explain, what is 2 "seconds" of Reddi-wip?

kathalea May 08, 2016

Used concept for Grammie Camp. Each grandchild created their own. Used vanilla pudding cups and whip topping, because some do not like oranges Put out assorted fruit: orange slices, peaches, strawberries, blue berries, split grapes etc. also put white and colored mini-marshmallows. One of the kids wanted sprinkles so I put them out as well. They had fun mixing and matching their own creation, and they got to eat it for a snack that afternoon. This was an easy receipt for the kids to follow, even the two year old could do it. One grand kid made it at home using chocolate pudding and and peanuts and bananas. The kids learned measuring, sharing, and the idea of taking one thing like the pudding cup and creating something entirely different. We all liked it because it was simple and very versatile to suit every ones taste buds. Thanks for sharing the the idea. I have Grammie Camp every summer with all my grand kids at the same time, gives the parents a break, no cost camp, but fun.

Bonnie April 27, 2016

I would like to know where people see canned fruit it said a peeled orange not canned so that means it was fresh fruit

eskie April 02, 2016

One reviewer said this is not a recipe, I call it a great idea to mix in your pudding, I made this with home made pudding I had made the day before then served it with the marshmallows, orange segments and whipped cream. Every one enjoyed it adults and kids.

Dee January 18, 2016

Just because the ingredients and the method isn't complicated doesn't cause this to NOT be a recipe! Some of the most delicious foods are simple. Excellent, delicious, light and tasty. Thanks!

sly January 14, 2016

Perfect snack!