10 Oct 2014

Chocolate Biscuit Pudding | Easy No Bake Recipes

My nieces were coming to town and I was looking to make an easy chocolate dessert and I decided to do this since it's easy to make and any kid will love this! I have previously made marie biscuit chocolate balls which is also a favorite chocolate - biscuit recipe. I should say, any kid and any adult will love this dessert! It's easy to make and you will probably have all the ingredients in your kitchen so this can be made anytime with no prior preparation.



Chocolate Biscuit Pudding


Chocolate Biscuit Pudding
Preparation time 30 mins | Cook time 10 mins | Serves 5-6 (depending on your serving dish)
Adapted from - here

Ingredients
  • Marie Biscuit - 200 gms (about 40 biscuits)
  • Salted Butter - 100gms (about 1/2 cup)
  • Milk - 1.5 cup
  • Sugar - 1 cup
  • Cocoa powder - 3 tbsp
  • Corn flour - 3 tbsp
  • Vanilla extract - 1 tsp
  • Heavy cream - 1 cup, to decorate (I did not use)

Chocolate Biscuit Pudding

Method
1. Crush the biscuit using a rolling pin or use a blender and blend to a fine powder.



2. Melt the butter and add it to the crushed biscuit and mix well until it becomes coarse like wet sand.



3. In a sauce pan, mix together the milk, sugar, cocoa and cornflour. Cook this mixture on medium flame, stirring continuously until it becomes really thick.



4. Allow it to cool and add the vanilla extract and mix in.
5. In your serving dish, spoon in a layer of the crushed biscuit and over that add this chocolate mixture. Repeat the layers.



6. You can top this off with whipped cream and garnish with chocolate curls but I did not do it.

7. Refrigerate for a couple of hours until it sets well.

Chocolate Biscuit Pudding

Notes
1. The first time I made this, I made the chocolate mixture as mentioned above. The next time, I was lazy to do that hence made a thick ganache and added it. Tasted absolutely yum!
If interested, here's a post on how to make ganache.
2. Use any biscuit of your choice.
3. You can easily halve this recipe. I have done that too.
4. If you like nuts, chop some walnut, toast it and then add it to the chocolate mixture to give a delightful crunch.
5. Keep out of the refrigerator for atleast 15 - 30 minutes before serving. Refrigerating makes the biscuit part slightly hard and it might be little difficult to dig in. But anyways, it's your choice!



Until next time,
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17 comments:

  1. lovely one and sure will try it now itself ! All the ingredients are in my kitchen :)

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  2. beautifully done in love with the clicks

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  3. For how long should we refrigerate and for how many days will this stay?

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    1. You can refrigerate for a couple of hours if your chocolate is not perfectly set otherwise not needed. I've kept for 3 days and it was good but refrigerate if you want to keep it for a few days. Bring to room temperature before serving.

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  4. awesome pudding... love such quick fix ideas...

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  5. loved the alternate layers..yummy!

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  6. So simple and easy recipe ! The alternate coloured layers makes it all the more tempting.

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  7. Will try it soon..Tempting one

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