I’ve decided to review sugar free chocolate pudding.
Why have I decided to review sugar free chocolate pudding? Well, I’m on a diet kick again and was craving pudding.
So battling it out are the brand name Snack Pack sugar free chocolate pudding, and the Save-a-lot America’s Choice sugar free “Chocolate Delight” pudding.
I think America’s Choice actually has better packaging. The cow is cute, and the “Chocolate Delight” name is nice.
For the actual cup, America’s Choice has a generic repeating “pudding” label over the top that feels a bit clinical, so Snack Pack edges it out.
Both puddings are *gasp* made of the exact same ingredients! It’s almost as if you’re just paying for a brand name…
Both puddings have a semi-gelatinous quality. It’s not as creamy as real pudding, but it’s not watery. It’s firm.
The flavor is decent. Chocolate masks a lot, and you don’t get too severe of a chemical aftertaste.
Our taste-testers actually preferred the America’s Choice cups to the Snack Pack, believing that Snack Pack had a more distinct plastic flavor.
If your in the market for sugar free chocolate pudding, and you live near a Save-a-lot, I’d absolutely go with America’s Choice sugar free Chocolate Delight. It’s cheaper than Snack Pack, and just as good.
2 thoughts on “Battle of the sugar free chocolate puddings: Snack Pack vs. America’s Choice”
Does American Choice pudding contain pork or beef collagen?
I’m not sure, and I don’t currently have any on me. I know that it contains dairy, but not sure about collagen.