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Individually packaged pudding is very convenient, but also pricey. This is a page about how to make your own pudding cups.


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August 11, 20050 found this helpful

Instead of paying extra money to buy the individual size fruit cups or pudding cups at the grocery store, just buy a large can of your choice of fruit or a couple packages of instant pudding mix. Then fill small reusable plastic containers with enough for a week's worth of lunches or snacks. It only takes a few minutes, and when you're ready to make a lunch, you just grab one out of the fridge!

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August 12, 20050 found this helpful

I wash out yogurt containers and use those for individual jello,pudding,fruit

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August 12, 20050 found this helpful

Most dollar stores have the small (4 oz) gladware type throwaway container that come in a 10 pack .. I use these for pudding, fruit, dips, pasta salads, jello anything!! I usually use a large glass measureing cup to make pudding and jello and pour the snack into cups before it hardens up!


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August 13, 20050 found this helpful

Another great idea is if you know anyone with a baby(ies), get them to save the Plastic food contaners, i use the for someone who has to have a minced/pureed diet. theses are great since they come in two sizes. they are great for carring around in lunches

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September 1, 20050 found this helpful

We keep our fruit cups in the freezer, they can help keep the rest of the lunch cool & by lunch time, they're thawed and cool to eat. (when bowling the fruits up, just allow a little room for expansion.) Gelatin cups can, also, be frozen.

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