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I was thinking about using a chocolate cream pie filling for a white cake, but was wondering what would happen if I added a box of chocolate pudding to the pie filling?
It's homemade filling, eggs ,flour ,sugar,milk, so basically a pudding itself, it's pretty thick but I want to make it a little thicker.
In my head it seems like it would work out fine .
I have a recipe for fudge filling for a icecream cake and it's fudge topping and a pkg of choco pudding, the pudding makes it thick and gooey and awesome, so I was thinking the pudding would do the same to the pie filling?
Any input on whether or not I'm creating a disaster would be much appreciated.
I'd hate to waste all that milk and eggs if my little science experiment is'nt going to work icon_smile.gif