What is better than a chocolate dessert? A chocolate dessert that is quick to make and tuck into! While we love cakes, but we have to agree that it takes a good amount of our time and patience, and obviously we like it a tad better if someone else takes charge of baking it. But we may have a recipe that will prompt you to wear that apron after all! This chocolate biscuit pudding recipe is quick, hassle-free and can be made with easily available ingredients like biscuits, cocoa powder, instant coffee powder, milk, sugar and corn flour.
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To begin the recipe, mix coffee powder with hot water. The water need not be boiling hot. Keep it aside. Now for the chocolate pudding, mix cocoa powder, sugar, corn flour and milk. Make sure there are no lumps. Heat it on medium flame. Cook the mixture until the milk starts to thicken, and keep stirring to ensure no lumps are being formed. Now, add some vanilla essence, and chopped chocolates, (this step is completely optional). Cook till it starts to bubble. Let it cool down for a while. Now assemble the biscuit pudding. Dip some biscuits in coffee mixture and set the first layer of biscuit on a tray, and slather it over with some chocolate pudding. Then start making the second layer with coffee-dipped biscuits, followed by another layer of the pudding. Repeat this process until the tray is filled. You can also add some chopped and roasted walnuts over the chocolate layers for that extra crunch.
Here is the full recipe of eggless, chocolate pudding posted on the YouTube Channel 'Something's Cooking With Alpa'. Try it at home and let us know how you liked it in the comments section below.
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About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.