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Pudding not right

Jennifersminaturegoats | Mar 19, 201503:51 PM     10

I have been trying to make home made pudding. It's to thick. I am saving my recipe to make pie filling because that is exactly how it's turning out.

My recipe
4 cups goat milk
1/2 cup sugar
4 eggs
4TBSP corn starch
Pinch of salt
Vanilla to taste
4 TBSP butter

I whisk together the milk,sugar,eggs and cornstarch heat on medium heat whisking the whole time until it starts to thicken remove from heat add butter and vanilla whisk until smooth taste, then allow to cool, refrigerate until chilled completely through.
And once chilled i can cut it and it holds it's shape which i have been getting laughed at for because i got this recipe from someone who uses it and comes out with thick creamy pudding.

Should I try less corn starch? heat it less?

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