They are made just like the Jell-O brand pudding and gelatin mixes you're used to (add milk for the pudding and water for the gelatin). I was especially excited about the pudding flavours, and decided to try the chocolate caramel pudding first.
It was ready in minutes, and we topped it with some chocolate chips for a little texture.
The banana pudding is next on my list to try. The pineapple orange gelatin pack is catching my eye as well.
I got another package of goodies to try recently - Stove Top stuffing mix. I was very surprised years ago when I first tried this stuff. I had only ever had homemade stuffing, but was pleasantly surprised when trying Stove Top. It's moist, which is how I like my stuffing, and it tastes great.
If you want a quick and very easy side for your turkey dinner, Stove Top is definitely good to have on hand. You boil a bit of water and butter/margarine, add the boxed contents, and ta-da; that's basically it. There are different varieties, depending what you're going for, including Chicken, Turkey, and Cornbread. I think it would be fun to mix a couple kinds together if you're cooking for a crowd.
On Sunday evening we roasted a turkey, and made some gravy.
We put all the meat into a container in the fridge to eat for the start of the week. On Monday evening we made this recipe on the back of the Turkey Stove Top stuffing mixture:
You just mix chopped up turkey with some veggies and gravy, and then top that with prepared Stove Top stuffing mix and toss it in the oven casserole-style.
We didn't measure anything, and used fresh veggies instead of frozen. We cooked it a little longer than stated, just because we didn't measure and it looked like it could use a bit more time.
It turned out perfectly.
We devoured this dinner. The Stove Top got nice and crispy on top - mmmmmm!
Have you ever had Stove Top stuffing?
Do you ever buy Jell-O pudding or gelatin?
Full disclosure - The Jello-O products and Stove Top products were provided to me free of charge. All opinions are my own.