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Imperial vanilla pudding powder gluten free lactose free 7x 50 gr
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  • Imperial vanilla pudding powder gluten free lactose free 7x 50 gr
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Imperial vanilla pudding powder gluten free lactose free 7x 50 gr

€3.95

(€0.56 par sachet)

The Imperial vanilla pudding powder is lactose, gluten and sugar free ... When did the story of the unique flavor of Belgian pudding begin ?

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IMPERIAL vanilla pudding powder is made from selected starches. The Imperial vanilla pudding powder is lactose, gluten and sugar free. Imagine yourself: you become this child again, cheerfully arriving in the kitchen. You feel it, in you, around you ... a delicious moment is approaching. You know it will be good. And you will be told yes, when you ask with a big smile, "Is there any more?" This is the kind of good memory that Imperial vanilla pudding has brought up since 1928. Because they have existed for all this time, little boxes of pure pleasure. Pure pleasure, purely Imperial. When did the story of the unique flavor of Belgian pudding begin? In Imperial cuisine, at the beginning of the last century. Who wants to tell the story of Imperial today, needs no words: this delicious fragrance, the taste that brings you back instantly to childhood and that's a smile that's worth all the talk in the world. Each box contains 7 sachets of 50 gr.

Preparation:

Ingredients: for 6 people

750 ml liter of milk (with or without lactose), 75 gr of sugar, 1 sachet of 50 gr of Imperial pudding powder.

1 / Take a cup of milk (10 tbsp). Add the powder until there are no lumps.

2 / Add the sugar to the rest of the milk and bring to the boil.

3 / Remove the pan from the heat and, without ceasing to mix, add the diluted pudding. Cook for another 1 minute while mixing.

4 / Pour into small baskets and let cool.

MORE INFO ON THIS PRODUCT

Ingredients: corn starch, flavor, colors.

Packaging: 42 servings per packaging

Keep dry, away from heat and light.

Imperial
DSR1040

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