Recently had an amazing scoop of ice cream, flavor was called lemon pudding. It really tasted like the best rendition of (from a box) lemon pudding, but as ice cream. Had an amazing creamy consistency, not eggy tasting like a custard might be, and definitely reminded me of lemon Jello brand pudding. This scoop shop doesn't get their ice cream from any industrial or national brands, it's a mix of Northeast regional and very local makers that they serve...and I'm fairly certain this one was an in-house brand. I've never had anything like it! Any ideas how I could replicate a lemon pudding ice cream? I wonder if they just put lemon pudding into their machines and froze it, or put powdered pudding mix into a standard ice cream base? I hope it was more than that, but any insight would be welcome!
Alternatively, I'd be interested in a lemon pudding recipe that doesn't use powdered mixes...and I'd eat it really cold.
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