National Indian pudding day is celebrated every year on November 13. This dessert is made from cornmeal, milk, butter, sugar, and spices. It is usually served with whipped cream or ice cream. Indian pudding is a traditional Thanksgiving and Christmas dessert in the United States.

This deliciously sweet and creamy dessert has been enjoyed by Americans for centuries. Indian pudding was actually created by the Native Americans, who used cornmeal to make a type of porridge. European settlers later added milk, butter, sugar, and spices to the dish, creating the delicious dessert we know and love today.

If you’ve never had Indian pudding before, now is the perfect time to try it!

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