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Mark’s Glucomannan Pudding

Posted by Solitary Dancer on March 22, 2006

Mark’s “Glue Pudding” aka Glucomannan Pudding

1 12oz can Red Raspberry flavor Diet Rite Soda
1-1/2 tsp Glucomannan powder
1 Equal tablet
1 (1 grain size) Saccharin tablet
1-2 Tbs Davinci Sugar Free Hazelnut Syrup
1-2 Tbs Davinci Sugar Free Vanilla Syrup
2 Tbs Cream

Crush the sweetener tablets to a powder and add to quart size mixing bowl. Add full 12oz can soda. Use hand mixer* to dissolve powder.
Slowly but steadily, trying to avoid clumps, add Glucommanan powder while continuing to mix with hand mixer. Quickly add the Davinci Syrups and lastly the Cream. Continue mixing until well blended. The pudding should still be very liquid. Cover and put in Fridge overnight.

* I use a product by Black and Decker called the Gizmo Cordless Hand Mixer I use the stirring attachment which helps prevent clumping (I hate clumps).

Serving Suggestions:

1) Spoon out and serve with whipped cream topping and or favorite Davinci Syrup.

2) For my Breakfast carbohydrates I serve the above pudding on top of blackberry sauce (see below), topped with whipped cream.

Blackberry Sauce

5-6 Frozen blackberries
1-2 Tbs Davinci Sugar Free Hazelnut Syrup
1-2 Tbs Davinci Sugar Free Vanilla Syrup
10-12 drops liquid sucralose
4-5 Raw Walnut Halves

Add blackberries and Davinci Syrups to microwave safe serving bowl.
Put 1-2 drops liquid sucralose on each berry. Crumble walnuts on top.
Put in microwave for 30-40 seconds on 50% power. Remove from microwave and lightly stir mixture to release the blackberry juice. (For a sweeter sauce, instead of using the microwave, prepare the night before and let thaw in the refrigerator overnight).


2 Responses to “Mark’s Glucomannan Pudding”

  1. novem said

    where do you get glucomannan flour?

  2. I order my glucomannan powder from Konjac Foods.


    I have always had good luck with them.


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