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Besides the habit-forming snacks, we love the hot chocolate at Puddin': It has a shot of salted caramel stirred in.
The vanilla pudding is made with premium Madagascar beans, and pairs nicely with the housemade sprinkles.
The house speciality chocolate pudding is made with intense, earthy cocoa from Icelandic confectioner Nói Síríus.
The East Village has plenty of niche food establishments, but Clio Goodman is causing quite a stir with her new pudding-centric dessert shop.
Puddin' serves grownup riffs on the beloved after-school snack: Her butterscotch version is spiked with a touch of whiskey, the coconut is so creamy nobody would believe it's dairy-free and the milky rice pudding comes with a dusting of Vietnamese cinnamon ($5.50 each). Add to your sugar rush with toppings like maple-toasted granola, peanut brittle and dried cherry compote ($1 each).
Indulge in specialty parfaits ($6.50) like the Lemon Drop, which is made with tangy lemon pudding, crushed gingersnaps and toasted marshmallows or the Caramel Macchiato, a blend of rich coffee and chocolate puddings and warm brownie pieces.
Battenkill Valley Creamery provides all the organic milk, eggs and butter, which also go into the freshly baked cakes. We love the pudding-filled banana cake ($5 per slice) topped with crumbled graham crackers.
While Puddin' has no shortage of done-up desserts, our favorite treat is the no-frills chocolate pudding: Made with Icelandic cocoa, it has a cake-batter sweetness that brings to mind our best childhood memories.
Puddin', 102 St. Marks Pl. (between First Ave. and Ave. A); 212-477-3537 or puddinnyc.com
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