I’m usually a good sleeper, but two nights this weekend I had a 3 hour gap of sleeplessness that I can’t explain. It’s amazing what scrolls through your mind on sleepless nights. It’s like looking at your browser history and visually seeing how one thought leads to another until thought #1 and thought #100 seem completely unrelated. At one point, I was writing blog posts in my mind. After hours of this, I told myself that I’ll never get to sleep at this rate. Then I moved to picturing puffy sheep jumping over a fence or waves crashing on a beach.
Now I realize I should have been dreaming of a never-ending conveyor belt of this pudding. I didn’t think I liked butterscotch anything and a dinner at Wright & Company changed that with a jar of butterscotch pudding. This pudding isn’t exactly the same, but it’s SO GOOD. Like I wasn’t even a little mad that I had 10 servings of decadent pudding. I rationed them out and it was a sad night when we had our last pudding cups.
I’m going to be bold and tell you that whether you like butterscotch or not, I think you’re going to fall in love with this pudding. It has a deep caramel flavor that is brought out by a good amount of grey sea salt. It has an irresistible salty sweetness. A dollop of soft vanilla bean whipped cream on top was totally the way to go, too. Would it be weird to imagine these jumping over a fence and into my mouth? I’ll try that next time.