Carnation Pudding with Meringue
His second big moment
His first was when he switched to Carnation in a cup. And now it’s high time his curls were coming off…a fellow’s got a reputation to think of…he can’t keep on with baby ways forever!
But there’s one thing every little man can keep, and forever, too-safe, wholesome Carnation Milk, with its extra nutrients and double-rich goodness.
First in a bottle, then in a cup…then in yummy milk-rich dishes, eating it as well as drinking it…and smacking his lips, to boot!
Mother’s glad. She knows what Carnation did for his baby days…never a digestive problem with soft-curd Carnation. She knows what the extra amount of “sunshine” vitamin D (thank irradiation for that!) did to develop his strong, straight bones and beautiful sound teeth!
Yes, sir…mother and son will keep right on with all that! Besides-velvety-smooth, homogenized Carnation is so easy and good to cook with. It blends magically with other foods and supplies extra nutrition.
Looks like Carnation has a lifetime job in that house!
Fluffy Carnation Chocolate Pudding with Meringue
1 cup Carnation
3 eggs, separated
1/8 teaspoon salt
3 tablespoons sugar
1 square chocolate, melted
Add heated milk to melted chocolate. Beat the yolks of eggs, add sugar and salt, then milk and chocolate mixture. Pour into buttered dish. Set in dish of water and cook in moderately slow oven, 325 degrees F., until form, about 30 minutes. Cover with meringue. Serves 6.
Meringue: Beat egg whites stiff. Add 3 tablespoons sugar and 1 tablespoon cocoa. Place on top of pudding and brown in moderate oven of 350 degrees F. for 10 minutes.
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