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In Celebration of Butterscotch Pudding Day…

Sadia Noor

Every family has “that child”. You know the one – the oddly dressed, vaguely talentless kid that smells a bit funny and only appears at family picnics and in the cubicles of public bathrooms before disappearing into the unknown again.

Meet butterscotch, the neglected younger brother of the wildly popular chocolate, vanilla and tapioca pudding cups. Butterscotch has the decidedly undeserved reputation of being “that child” in the pudding family – and I find it mildly offensive that butterscotch is shunned from the love that all pudding deserves. Moreover, National Butterscotch Pudding Day is rapidly approaching on Saturday, and not enjoying some pudding would be like giving your kid a toothpick holder for his birthday. Without the toothpicks.

And so, to honor my country and remember all those forgotten pudding cups, I decided to make butterscotch pudding from scratch for the first time in my life –

I don’t want to talk about it.

But you can totally enjoy some pain-free butterscotch pudding from Morton Williams for the low, low price of $1.99! You can even build a slightly pathetic pudding pyramid and feel good about it afterwards, all in the name of celebrating chocolate and vanilla’s sexy brother butterscotch on a day dedicated entirely to him.

Why hello, beautiful. Image courtesy of Amazon.com.

On a side note, National Talk Like a Pirate Day is on Saturday too – does that mean pudding consumption while wearing eyepatches?

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