I found Royal Greek Yogurt Pudding at Ralph’s for 90 cents (regular price was $1.29). The cardboard box, powdered mix and preparation are reminiscent of gelatin. The 3.41 oz box yields four ½ cup servings. One serving is 90 calories (dry mix) or 150 calories when prepared with 2% milk. To prepare the pudding, you combine the dry mix with 2 cups of cold milk, whisk and refrigerate.
Flavors: Blueberry, Strawberry, Peach, Cherry, Vanilla
The blueberry pudding wasn’t visually appealing, nor did it smell appetizing. As for the flavor, it was horrible – even sweeter and more artificial than the worst candy. The texture was softer than gelatin. The milk did make it creamy.
Ingredients: Sugar, food starch modified, dehydrated Greek yogurt (cultured skim milk), contains 2% or less of the following: disodium phosphate, tetrasodium pyrophosphate, salt, natural and artificial flavors, mono-and-diglycerides, calcium sulfate, Red 40, Blue 1, cottonseed oil, TBHQ and citric acid to preserve freshness.
1 out of 5 stars
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