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# Thread: Calories in a tablespoon of pudding mix?

1. ## Calories in a tablespoon of pudding mix?

I bought a box of sugar free pudding mix (instant), but dont want to make it all at once, since I'd like to use some for smoothies, cottage cheese, yogurt, ect. I was wondering if anyone knew the approximate measurement (in tbs.) of "1/4" of the box, which is a serving. I don't have a food scale so I can't weight it. Thanks!

2. Hate to sound like I'm pointing out the obvious Julz, but typically all boxes list the weight of the product inside. What's the actual name and brand of it?

3. Originally Posted by joemauro
Hate to sound like I'm pointing out the obvious Julz, but typically all boxes list the weight of the product inside. What's the actual name and brand of it?
Jell-O sugar free cheesecake pudding... and I know they list the weight, but I dont have a food scale

4. Originally Posted by Dr. Horse
Hah. I feel accomplished. I've made it nearly eight months on this site and am just NOW getting my first face palm responce. Sweet lol

5. was kinda curious to this myself because i use the instant mix in my ice cream maker so i went ahead and decided to figure it out.

...theres 3 TABLEspoons of powder in an envelope which is equivlent to 9 TEAspoons so 9 divided into 4 servings would make each serving 2 and a quarter TEAspoons.

6. Look at the nutrition label on the box and use some 4th-grade math skillz to figure it out.

1) Multiplying: Nutrition info for one serving x # of servings = nootz for whole box.

2) Counting: Figure out how many of whatever measure you want to use are in the box. This means you'll have to use the teaspoon or tablespoon or whatever to move all of it from the box/envelope to some other vessel.

3) Division: total nutrition figure (fat, cals, whatever you're interested in) / # of measuring unit determined in step 2 = amount of macro-of-interest in one measuring unit.

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