Monday, November 28, 2016

Alola Muk Pudding

I'm sorry for doing 2 Pokemon posts in one week. My schedule has been crazy and messed up this week. The good news is you guys will probably get a new post in a few days.

This post was inspired by a bunch of Alola Muk recipes over at Jammy Cooks. These recipes are so creative, colorful, and fun.
The great thing about this pudding is it is a really simple thing to make. Also when you work on your layers they don't have to be perfect because Muk's stripes aren't perfect. I used gel food dyes because they are so bright and vibrant but you could probably use regular food coloring.

What You Will Need
One box of 3 56 pudding  (you want a white pudding I personally used white chocolate but vanilla works too)
2 cups of milk
Gel Food dyes (teal, green, red, purple, blue, pink, and yellow)
4 bowls
Sandwich Bags
Clear Plastic Cup

Step One
Combine you milk and pudding packet into a bowl. Stir until it's thick.

Step Two
Separate the pudding into for separate bowls to dye. The biggest thing when dying the pudding is to keep adding and mixing colors until your happy with the colors.

For the blue I added a few drops of purple with a lot of blue.

For the greenish color I added a lot of teal with a few drops of green and a small drop of red to darken it up.

The pink is just a few drops of the pink dye.

The yellow is just a little yellow dye.

I don't know what happened to the stirred pudding picture. Sorry!

Step Three
Add each of the puddings into a sandwich bag and seal up the top. Then snip one of the corners.

Step Four
Layer them in the cup to look like Muk.
Mine went: Yellow

An alternative is to just use purples to make a normal Muk. The dark purple is just a little blue mixed in with a lot of purple. The light purple is just a few drops of purple dye.

I hope you guys enjoy! If you make these feel free to share here, on Facebookon tumblr, or use #thegeekyartist on instagram.

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