Delicious Noodle Pudding #CookWithSpreads #Ad & a $50 Walmart GC Giveaway!

*This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Unilever. All my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.*

A few weeks ago, I let you all in on my little secret of how I had ridiculously high cholesterol and part of that was attributed to eating butter on a regular basis. When I finally decided to make the change and rid myself of butter, as well as other cholesterol-ridden culprits, I needed to find a substitute that would fulfill my cravings for butter and still allow me to stay healthy. I have indeed found that with “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!”  I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter has 70% less saturated fat and 30% fewer calories than other brands of butter on the market.  I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter  soft spreads contain no cholesterol or hydrogenated oils, which means there is no trans-fats found! They are also made with a blend of oils rich in Omega-3 ALA.ICBINB

Now, the real test with using I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter is to see how well I can use it with my everyday cooking. I am a HUGE fan of cooking and I never want to alter my recipes to comprise taste. With that being said, it was a necessity for me to stop using butter in my recipes. So, I started using I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter in almost all of my recipes and the results have been incredible!  Everything from deserts have had the same great taste with using I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter, but now I  no longer have to worry about being unhealthy! I love that it is the perfect substitute for all my cooking and baking.

I decided one night to make my delicious noodle pudding (kugel) that I have made time and time again in the past. This time, I decided to use only I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter, without using any other of the butter ingredients the original recipe called for. When I was perusing, the It is Good To Know website, I found a similar recipe, to the noodle pudding that has been passed down from one generation to the next in my family.

If you are not familiar with noodle pudding (kugel) it is a side dish made of just what the name says-noodles- with a very sweet taste. I absolutely love it!



1 package egg noodles ( 16 oz) cooked

3 Tbsp. I can’t believe it’s not Butter melted


1/2 cup sugar

1 container  (8 oz) low fat sour cream

1 container (8 0z) low fat cottage cheese- you can also use a cottage cheese with fruit mixed in

3 eggs

3/4 cup Crushed Corn Flakes

Teaspoon of cinnamon


1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

2. Cook egg noodles according to direction on box. Drain pasta and set aside to cool.

3. Combine 1/2 cup sugar,  1 container sour cream, 1 container cottage cheese, eggs, and 3 TBLS melted I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter in a bowl.


4. Add egg noodles to mixture in #3 and spoon mixture evenly over mixture in #3

5. Pour #3 into a large bowl and sprinkle crushed corn flakes on top with a teaspoon of cinnamon.DSC01604

6. Bake 45 minutes, cool for 10 minutes, and serve.

This recipe came out truly delicious using I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter! It is so easy to use and all of the recipes so far I have used with ICBINB, have come out fantastic! Next week, I will be bringing you another great recipe that you could use for summer parties. I will give you a hint- think desert!

DSC01605In the meantime, check out It’s Good to Know website for some great recipes for appetizers, lunches, dinners, and side dishes.       

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  1. Jamie Spinelli says

    I have never used it, but I too was just informed that I have high cholesterol…at 31 I was naive enough to believe I was too young to have this problem. *sigh* Switching to I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter.

  2. Wild Orchid says

    I haven’t used it in a recipe yet, just on top of my veggies. This recipe looks yummy!

    Entered the rafflecopter as “Wild orchid”

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  3. says

    I have used I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter before, but never in a recipe. Your noodle pudding looks interesting. I will have to try it out on the family. We have never had noodles for desert before.

  4. Amber Edwards says

    Ive never used I can’t believe it’s not butter in cooking. Usually just as a spread. But your recipe loos delicious! I wonder if I can get the little minions to actually eat it, they are on strike of anything I cook lately.

  5. Emily Wells says

    I’ve used it many years ago, but never for cooking. I prefer to cook with butter because in the past when I’ve used stick margarine, the results are never as good. I might have to give ICBINB another chance!

  6. Melissa Hartley says

    I use it for bread & biscuits but have never tried it in a recipe .. thanks for the chance to win:)

  7. D SCHMIDT says

    I would use in in place of butter in my favorite Victoria Sponge cake recipe. I currently use it in a variety of savory dishes.

  8. Veronica L. says

    We use it quite a bit in our breakfast recipes such as scrambled eggs to just buttering our toast

  9. Sandy VanHoey says

    I have use it lots, for baking and also I fry my eggs and things with it, put on my toast….it’s great.

  10. Georgia Beckman says

    I have never used it. I don’t usually vary much in my butter purchases, but I’d be willing to give it a whirl.

  11. Julie Wood says

    I use I Can Not Believe its not Butter instead of real butter to make my Olive Loaf! It comes out just as good without using real butter, and I think it tastes even better!

  12. Carolsue says

    It’s the only kind we use! I use it in everything that calls for butter — and on vegetables, etc.
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

  13. Anne says

    We usually have a tub of ICBINB in the fridge and use it for spreading on toast and things like that. I’ve never cooked with it, or I should say, I haven’t cooked with it YET. LOL

  14. Jessica H. says

    My husband prefers this to regular stick butter for toast and garlic bread. It is so much easier to spread! Thank you so much for the wonderful giveaway!

    girlygirlugh at gmail dot com

  15. Rosie says

    I have used it, mostly to use over veggies. So many times veggies don’t seem that good, but a little melted “butter” makes them so yummy!

  16. Lori says

    I use it all the time and I use it in any recipe that calls for butter and/or margarine. I love I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter! Great taste!

  17. Charlotte says

    I’ve used it in everything from vegetables, toast, corn on the cob on the grill, cakes, cookies, etc.

  18. Mary Williams says

    I’ve used it before, I don’t remember any specific recipes but I know I used it in mac and cheese and on toast.

  19. Valencia says

    First “recipe” I used it in was store bought cookie mix. It worked so well that I started using it in my favorite homemade recipe for Toffee Crunch Cookies.

  20. Kim Holsapple says

    Yes, I do. I use it when I am making Rice-a-Roni. I make Rice-a-Roni to use up leftover meat/chicken, since my 12 year old loves it so much.

  21. Elizabeth Owens says

    I have extra never used it before, which is why I am excited to be able to try it out in a recipe!

  22. Maryam Z. says

    I have used I can’t believe its not butter to butter some noodles, butter bread and put on heated veggies. Never used it in a recipe before.

  23. says

    Hi! :) I can’t say if I ever have… I’m just pretty sure I only used it as a spread. But then I do not use a whole lot of any sort of butters, etc in cooking anyway, so not too much of a surprise. ;)


  24. Debra S says

    I have NOT used it in any recipe yet.. only on toast and bagels and the like…. I have not subbed it for butter yet! I suppose I should try.

  25. Julie B. says

    I’ve used I can’t believe it’s not butter before, but only on toast, not in actual recipes. I think the taste is ok, but I prefer the taste and texture of real butter.

  26. Gigi S says

    Honestly, I don’t think I’ve ever tried a spread before – but your noodle pudding recipe looks pretty good!!

  27. natalie parvis says

    I haven’t. We only use earth’s balance right now. I would have to check the ingredients on it first, but I’m sure we could!

  28. Linda Meyers-Gabbard says

    Use it often. Love it.
    Its great in chocolate chip cookies

    Ladyblueeyez1960 (at)(aol)(dot)(com)

  29. Wilma P says

    We use I Can’t Believe It’s Butter a lot…….on toast, muffins, popcorn, mashed potatoes. I will now use it with your recipe for
    Noodle Pudding….looks so good!

  30. Michelle C says

    I haven’t tried cooking with it, but we enjoy it on toast, muffins and bagels. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

  31. says

    My son is lactose intolerant. I only cook and consume I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter. The most recent recipe I used it for was Fiesta Chicken over white buttered rice.

  32. Sharon Braswell says

    I use it in everything! On Rolls before baking in all my vegetables when cooking instead of butter and on popcorn and baked potatoes!
    Thank You!

  33. Paula Michele Hafner says

    I use it a lot. For instance, I’ve found that margarine works much better in homemade Alfredo sauce than butter.

  34. brandi hawn says

    all we use is i can’t believe it’s not butter unless a recipe specifically says it has to have stick butter :)

  35. Ellen C. says

    I have never used it before but I have heard it is delicious and fits well in any recipe. Thanks for the chance.


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