Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Chocolate Biscuit Pudding

Well there's nothing  much to say about this simple desert, except that it will bowl over  your friends and family. The key ingredient is Marie Biscuits which is a common find in the pantry at most of our homes. So, just  go ahead and try this delicious chocolaty biscuit pudding which has  an awakening  scent of coffee in each bite.
Prep Time:20 mins + Refrigeration
Ingredients
Marie Biscuits: 1 big packet (20 nos)
Custard Powder: 4 heaped  tablespoons
Coffee Powder: 2 teaspoons
Cocoa Powder: 3 tablespoons
Milk: 1 1/2 cups
Sugar: 1/2 cup
Heavy Whipped cream/Cool Whip: half the box, about 2/3 cups
Almonds + Walnuts: 1/4 cup
Chocolate bar: to grate

* You could even add cashews if you like them

Heat the milk in a deep pot, stir in the sugar. When the milk starts to boil, take some milk out in  a cup, dissolve the custard powder and cocoa powder until there no lumps in it. Pour this mix back into the hot milk and keep stirring until it starts to thicken. Once the custard is made, take it off from the heat and let it cool. 

Meanwhile make some coffee concoction in water and sugar. Now crush half of the biscuits into a crunchy powder. Dip rest of the biscuits one by one and form a base in the setting dish. After the custard has fully cooled  and become thick, pour this custard over it. Add one layer of the whipped cream. Top with half of the crushed marie biscuits and half of the nuts. Repeat with the layer of custard, whipped cream, crushed biscuits and nuts. Finally top it with lots of chocolate shavings. Let it set in the fridge for about 5 hours. 

Serve cold. Another thing to note is that this a pudding consistency, so it wouldn't exactly cut up like a firm slices. This has to be served in bowls.

42 comments:

  1. Looks great..Super clicks..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  2. looks lovely awesome and tempting to grab.

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  3. Wow!!!! This is treat for chocolate and biscuit lovers... I loveeeeeeee it :-) Wish, I could grab a bite right now :-)

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  4. Wow looks super delicious...looks so yum...am so tempted

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  5. Super pudding... looks delicious..

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  6. Awesome biscuit pudding! Looks real good!

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  7. yummy pudding. very tempting and awesome click.

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  8. Looks so nice, simply yumm.

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  9. Looks very tempting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  10. OMGGGGGGG.. extremely yummy.. Looks so delicious and badly makes me want a serving of it right now :)

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  11. very nice. Looks great. Will definitely give it a try some day

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  12. Fabulous pudding!! Really tempting..

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  13. Umm..adipoli..very delicious way to use marie biscuits..

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  14. ooooooooooooh thats wonderful dessert and wish to have right away.. yummy!!!! delicious..

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  15. I happen to have all the ingredients at home ...gonna make it tomorrow.

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  16. Gorgeous Pics and yummy dessert. This is so kid friendly and it will also make a great party dessert.

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  17. Such an excellent pudding, lipsmacking here..

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  18. the pudding looks so rich and inviting..love it, heart it

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  19. Adipoli....i love these kind of puddings.....they are simply elegrant and easy to put together and tastes too good!

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  20. yumm yumm.. so tempting! the first click is really very good.

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  22. realy nice dear.....vayiluda kappalodi...............

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  23. Doesn't lukk Appeasing......bt may be gud with the taste......!

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  24. awesome click..looks super yummy...
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  25. You've a grt blog. your description of the recipe and the photos esp the ones that show the ingredients are a great help.

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  26. These are all the very great and tempting chocolate biscuit pudding which is very fabulous and sumptuous and a new recipe to taste as well.

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  27. That was very creative. Looks so good. Nice recipe... YUM! YUM!

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  28. Wow!!! yummy pudding...Wounderfull pictures...

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  29. Lovely pudding... my most fav of all. Never tried usning cool whip. That is a tought... Thanx.. Will try and let u know.

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  30. when do you put that coffee concoction?

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  31. @Anonymous.Sorry about not being clear.You need to dip the biscuits into the coffee concoction to form the base.

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  32. hi i love the pudding my cousin made it but how many biscuits did you use? the entire pack?

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  33. and whats the size of the pan?

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  34. Hi
    Hi
    I have two questions
    1) How long should we dip the biscuits in coffee? just a dip , or should we keep till it becomes soft
    2) For the second layer dont we need to add the coffee dipped biscuit as the base ??

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  35. @Nisha, Sorry about the delayed response.You have to dip the biscuit until slightly soft. If you overdo it, it will break and will lose shape.
    for the second layer, you just need to add the powdered dry biscuit and nuts. That layer gives a little crunch between the custard. Hope we are clear. Let us know how it turns out.

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