NutritionBabes Noodle Pudding is much lower in calories, fat and cholesterol than a traditional noodle pudding.It's a sweet addition to any holiday meal or other celebration. Always a crowd pleaser and simple to prepare, it will become a family favorite.Enjoy!
8oz dry wide high fiber egg noodles or other whole grain egg noodles ¼ cup light whipped butter or light butter with olive oil 1 cup sugar 1 ½ cups egg substitute (equals 6 eggs) 1 pound container nonfat sour cream 1 pound container nonfat cottage cheese 1 ½ cups skim milk 2 tsp vanilla extract 3ozgolden raisins (3 large single boxes) 2 medium-large red delicious apples, peeled and grated Cinnamon on top
Spray a 9x13 glass or Corningware pan with nonstick cooking spray and set aside.Cook noodles to lower end of cooking range on package directions. Meanwhile, preheat oven to 400 degrees. Drain noodles and transfer to a large bowl.Add butter and sugar, stir until well combined.Add remaining ingredients except cinnamon and combine well.Pour mixture into pan and sprinkle top heavily with cinnamon.Bake for 15 minutes at 400F and then lower temperature to 325F and bake for 1 hour.Remove from oven and let set for 5-10 minutes.Cut into 24 pieces.
Makes 24 servings:
149 calories, 1g fat, .5g sat fat, 4mg chol, 127mg sodium, 2g fiber, 13g sugar, 8g protein
Tips and Twists:
You can add different dried fruits to change the flavor.Apricots, dates, pineapple or other favorites work well.If you wish to lower the sugar content even further, you can replace 2 teaspoons with one packet of Truvia or stevia.