here), pudding doesn’t have that problem. Spoonfuls of the stuff give you sweet, flavor satisfaction without the heavy feeling of cake or candy, making it a perfect treat for spring. Amy Edelman of Night Kitchen Bakery is jumping on the nascent pudding trend with several new flavors, all of which sound amazing.
On the rotating pudding menu, look for key lime (topped with meringue); banana crème; sticky toffee with butterscotch; coffee pot de crème; salted butter rum; chocolate with whipped cream and plenty more. Cups will run you $5.50-$6, and you can pick them up at the shop on Germantown Avenue in Chestnut Hill (215-248-9235).