What can I do with a box of expired pudding?

by Hol28429318
  10 answers
  • Elaine Elaine on Aug 03, 2017

    For safety sake, please throw it out!

  • Bus26874341 Bus26874341 on Aug 03, 2017

    they say the date does not mean expired its only a use by date so open it up smell if smells good try the taste go from there there good luck

  • Gin22296911 Gin22296911 on Aug 03, 2017

    Eat It!!! according to how old is it past expired date

  • Dfm Dfm on Aug 03, 2017

    the expiration dates are usually educated guesses. open it up...does it smell like whats on the box label? go ahead and mix it up. take a taste....good or no?

  • Karen Karen on Aug 03, 2017

    throw it out!

  • Danielle Whatsittoyou Danielle Whatsittoyou on Aug 03, 2017

    As long as the package has not been exposed to moisture, it should still be fine. When you open it, if it appears to be like any other box of pudding, make and enjoy your pudding. If it isn't, throw it out and go buy some new. It really isn't worth the $1 or less of the cost of the pudding to make yourself ill.

  • Betsy Betsy on Aug 18, 2023

    Hi Hol: If it doesn't have bugs in it, you can probably still use it. I've used pudding that was a couple of years old and it was just fine.

  • Dee Dee on Aug 18, 2023

    Boxed puddings can last indefinitely when stored in a cool dry place. Boxed pudding is essentially sugar and cornstarch. Not really much to go bad there. Tossing pudding into boxed cake mix is good. ou can also make it a bit thicker and use it to tunnel in a bundt cake. You mix up the bundt cake batter, put about 1/2 of it in the pan, then a ring of pudding (only in the middle, so it doesn't touch the sides) and then the rest of the batter.

  • Deb K Deb K on Sep 20, 2023

    Hi there, if it's recently expired, open it and sniff, it should still be good to eat. Otherwise I would just toss them.