Lucky Pistachio Pudding Dessert

In Cooking & Crafting by Jen6 Comments

My youngest daughter Anneliese was born in the month of March and was asking me if we had a “lucky” kind of dessert she and I could whip up this month to celebrate her birthday and all things Irish. I laughed a little when she said this, because to me all desserts are lucky…..

I did however, figure something out that I could make which was super easy (like ridiculously easy) and also delicious, and I think you all are going to like it too! It has the busy mom stamp of approval, but is a fun and quick way to bring in a little St. Patrick’s Day “luck” to your next dessert experience.

Whip up your own Lucky Pistachio Pudding Dessert just in time for #Stpatricksday! #cooking #desserts #eastyrecipes




Whip up your own Lucky Pistachio Pudding Dessert just in time for #Stpatricksday! #cooking #desserts #eastyrecipes

How did I come upon this lucky dessert? Well, it’s quite simple. I grabbed these adorable seasonal sprinkles at my local craft store and also some instant boxes of pistachio pudding, and I was good to go! It was really that easy. Aren’t sprinkles an amazing creation?!

Whip up your own Lucky Pistachio Pudding Dessert just in time for #Stpatricksday! #cooking #desserts #eastyrecipes




All you need is a few minutes and you and your peeps can be digging into this with gusto!

Whip up your own Lucky Pistachio Pudding Dessert just in time for #Stpatricksday! #cooking #desserts #eastyrecipes

I hope you enjoyed this “lucky” dessert and I also hope that good luck may be your friend in whatever you do, and may trouble always be a stranger to you!

Whip up your own Lucky Pistachio Pudding Dessert just in time for #Stpatricksday! #cooking #desserts #eastyrecipes





Love,

Jen

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Comments

  1. My younger daughter and I both love pistachio. So, I totally need to make the Lucky Pudding Cups. They look easy enough to make and perfect for St. Patrick’s Day, too. Thanks for sharing and pinned, as well :)

  2. Well, Happy Birthday Month, Anneliese! I’m a big fan of all things “lucky” and always have been.
    And this looks luckily delicious!

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