Wednesday, October 6, 2010

No Bake Biscuit Custard Pudding Cake

Once while bloghoping came to know about vegbowl and chanced to see this recipe. The picture looked so tempting that I wanted to try it out immediately. Since then I am regular to her blog to see her lovely clicks and posts.
Biscuit Custard Pudding Recipe
When I heard that guests were turning home weekend, I made this for the first time and it turned out super tasty. The lil ones enjoyed every bite and I was happy seeing them :) Not to mention about the elders too they were happily digging in and this is ammas most favourite.
I dont like custard, but still this cake is an exception.


Biscuit Custard Pudding Recipe
Ingredients:
  • Vanilla flavoured custard powder - 5 tbsp
  • Milk - 3 cups
  • Sugar - as required [I used 4 tsp]
  • 50-50 or Krack Jack Biscuit - 1 packet [I used Krack Jack]
  • Coffee decotion - 2 tbsp [optional but recommended]
  • Chocolate / Choc Semiya / Choc Sauce - as required to cover the top layer

NOTE : If you are not familiar with making filter coffee decotion this is for you to make coffee decotion without filter :Take 1/4 cup hot water and add 1.5 tsp of instant coffee powder (Bru, Nescafe sunrise works best) and mix well.Use this as coffee decotion it to dip ur biscuits.It works almost like filter decotion.

Biscuit Custard Pudding Recipe
Method:
1.In a small bowl add the custard powder to little milk and dissolve till the custard powder combines with milk into a smooth liquid without any lumps. Keep aside.[This step should be done with out keeping in stove] Keeping in low flame, heat the remaining milk , add sugar.
Biscuit Custard Pudding Recipe
2.Now add the custard milk. Stir slowly, well and continuosly.The mixture gets thickened very fast so be very careful. Stir for 2-3 mins switch off and cool down. The consistency is little thicker, but still should be in flowing consistency as shown below. Now dip each biscuit for a second and arrange it in a square plate/tin and layer the base of the plate with krack jack biscuits dipped in coffee decotion for first layer.
Biscuit Custard Pudding Recipe
3.Above the first layer spread a generous spoon of prepared custard then layer another set of biscuits dipped in coffee decotion.Repeat this with another layer then alternatively stack up with biscuits and custard. Build 3-4 layers repeating the same process.Then grate chocolate/ add chocolate sauce or readymade choc semiya(which is what I've done) over the top layer biscuits, covering up the whole cake.
Biscuit Custard Pudding Recipe
4.Refrigerate it for few hours (about 2-3 hrs). Remove from the fridge about 5-10 minutes before serving.Cut into desired squares/pieces and serve immediately.
Biscuit Custard Pudding Recipe

The crunch in the biscuits with the creamy custard...Yumm! Sure to be kids favourite too.

Biscuit Custard Pudding Recipe
My Notes :
  • The amount of custard in each layer purely depends on your choice. I liked mine just covered, if you like custard then add it more generously covering the biscuit layer completely.
  • Build about 3-4 layers, not beyond that, as it will not hold shape making it hard to cut into desired square pieces.
  • Tastes best when served immediately after taking it from the fridge.
Biscuit Custard Pudding Recipe

62 comments:

  1. Looks sinfully delicious,I am going to try this soon,lovely clicks sharmi :)

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  2. Yummy ... great clicks dear.I was waiting for this recipe

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  3. Hi Sharmi,

    Yummy...Love it..Want to have it rite now..will try it soon..

    Dr.Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  4. very easy quick and easy recipe.....cant wait to try

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  5. wow looks yummy dear. will try soon

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  6. waited for this recipe. so yummy ,have everything in hand.will try for my kids soon

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  7. wow very tempting desert ... lovely clicks ........

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  8. Amazing recipe Sharmi...Perfect for kids...

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  9. Wow, it looks so yummy !!! Such a creative idea !!!
    Wish I had some :)

    US Masala

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  10. This looks simple and yummy :) I love 50-50 biscuits and custard a lot so this combi should be great too :) have the ingredients at home.. so will try it out soon :)

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  11. Easy and delicious looking dessert.

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  12. looks great sharmi. sapadnum pola iruku

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  13. This looks uber cute ... I'll try this soon.

    Cheers n Happy Cooking,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  14. awesome ...feels like to grab some ..i love ur version of no bake pudding ..yummy

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  15. Looks delicious. Very well done. Such a wonderful dessert !!

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  16. This looks so very tempting, Sharmilee..Lovely clicks!!

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  17. Absolutely tempting and gorgeous looking cake, very easy and yummy!

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  18. I often make this...love your version too. looks very drool worthy

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  19. I love krakjack a lot. My cousin used to do something a little different with it. Yours look awesome.

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  20. I am not big fan of custard sounds like more kids should love it!

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  21. Wow this looks beautiful..Feel like having some right now !!

    Best Regards
    Sulagna
    http://e-senseofspicenfragrance-sulagna.blogspot.com/

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  22. Looks divine..love custard a lot..

    Aaha Oho

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  23. delicious dessert!! sooo easy to make!!

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  24. ohhh...looks beautiful....i am a great fan of no bake biscuit pudding....i have seen this ling back at divya kudua blog and have been in my minsd ever since...ur picsare simply droolworthy!

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  25. The pudding looks delish Sharmilee!! I love VegBowl too, Mallika's pics are always gorgeous. This really is a simple and easy one... and the no bake factor adds appeal to us in India, given our power cuts and erratic power supply:-))

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  26. lovely looking pudding...perfectly made

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  27. They look awesome. Wonderful pics.

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  28. Delicious and innovative pudding...looks gorgeous,love the coffee flavor to the custard.

    Pushpa @ simplehomefood.com

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  29. Great recipe dear.Looks so yummy and irresistible!

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  30. Looks really decadent....very very yummy...:)

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  31. Very tempting pudding cake......yummmmm

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  32. Looks delicious for sure. I would have never guessed that you used krackjack here.
    Also dear Sharmi, thank you for taking the time to provide such valuable comments on my new template. I will keep modifying as I go along. Hope the little one is doing good :-)

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  33. Hey Sharmi, this looks fabulous. So glad that despite disliking the custard, you loved this cake :) Thanks so much for ur feedback too. Loved ur pics.

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  34. How different and tempting.. no wonder it was a hit with the kids.

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  35. wow simple and looks beautiful!

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  36. Hi Sharmi, have been eyeing on this for quite sometime, but how to make coffee decoction? yes, i dont make coffee, so ur feedback will very helpfull.

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  37. If you are not familiar with making coffee decotion using filter n all this is for you: Take 1/4 cup hot water and add 1.5 tsp of instant coffee powder (Bru, Nescafe sunrise works best) and mix well.Use this as coffee decotion it to dip ur biscuits.It works almost like filter decotion.

    Have updated this in post too for those of you who are not familiar with filter coffee :)

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  38. Thank you Sharmi for the update, you definitly solved my problem ! will let you know once this is prepared :)

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  39. This is super easy and was an instant hit Sharmi,
    Thank you !

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  40. Thanks Nimi for trying and letting me know! It sure is a guest and kids pleaser as well :)

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  41. hello Sharmi. i just stumbled upon ur blog.really lovely space...not to mention the awesome clicks and recipes

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  42. Sharmi if we prepare a day before and keep it in fridge and serve for the next day means will it be nice or we should prepare on the same day and keep it in fridge.

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  43. @Sudha : You can make it overnight and refrigerate and can serve the next day(but consume it the same day itself) as it will not keep well more than a day of making.

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  44. Wow.. This is soo simple and looks yummy.. Making this for my boy trow night to welcome 2012

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  45. So simple and the picture looks delicious. I hope mine works out as well as this :) - Cathy Pieroz at Ray White Alexandra Hills

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  46. thanx a lot....my kidoos loved it.....
    Ramyavenkatesh
    kuwait

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  47. I tried yesterday. it was marvelous. so simple, yet so yummy, everyone loved. thankx.

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  48. i just love this.... its too cool...must try it soon

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  49. Mouth tempting sharmi.You are a kitchen godessess

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  50. Sharmi, i tried this one and it turned out so delicious. I used cocoa powder mixed with sugar instead of choco semiya and added it in between every biscuit layer on the custard. it gave a gud coffee punch to the tongue.

    thanks really a lot for posting such lovely dishes. i will surely do this again for my family. next time a bigger batch of biscuits. ;)

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  51. yummy...bt 4m wer can i buy chocosemiya?

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  52. Should v apply hot custard on biscuits ?

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