Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Biscuit Fingers Pudding




This biscuit fingers pudding is easy to prepare. However it will take about 6 hours to prepare this.
I found this recipe from a book & this is another yummy recipe from it.The name of the book is ‘Pudding Cake’ published by 'One Publisher' (A Publisher from Malaysia)


Because the recipe is with using cocoa powder, it is full of chocolate taste together with the taste of biscuit. 



Ingredients (enough to fill 2-3 small glasses)

Ingredient A

Unflavoured gelatin 4 tbspn (check your package details too for amount need )
Hot water 2 cups
1 tbspn dark cocoa powder
120g sugar

Ingredient B

Biscuit fingers 10- 15 numbers

2-3 small glasses as moulds

Method

Mix ingredient A together adding hot water slowly. Whisk using a fork to avoid lumps. Bring it to boil.


Pour this mixture into glasses, but make glasses to fill half.


Allow to cool & keep in fridge to set completely.
This will take about 2-3 hours to set completely. Remember to shake the remaining mixture time to time for not to allow setting.
After it is set almost, take out & insert biscuit fingers. Insert more fingers if you like, I used 5 fingers per glass.


Now fill the glasses with remaining mixture.


Keep the glasses inside the fridge & allow setting. This will take another 2-3 hours.
Once it is set, remove to a plate. Using a flat spatula, remove the pudding from the sides of the glasses. Then it is easy to remove.
Cut into slices.



 Serve & Enjoy!!



Shared with Tasty Tuesday

Linked with Potluck Party #11

Linked with Shine on Fridays 


Linked with  Christmas Delicasy



Linked with Love Lock with Sweets

25 comments:

  1. These look yummy and so easy to make. I am your newest GFC follower from the Monday hop. Please drop by and check out my blog at kittycrochettwo.blogspot.com when you get a chance. Have a fantastic week!

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  2. wow that looks so yummy and very unique...thanks for sharing:)

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  3. Looks yummy n interesting ...gud one

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  4. Oh. My. Goodness.
    I think I'm going to make this for Turkey Day!!

    Thank you for linking up to my Tasty Tuesday linky! You rock!

    <3-Cami from First Day of My Life

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  5. Will sure make this,looks yum,kids fav.
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  6. Omg, super irresistible pudding.

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  7. Looks very yummy...........

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  8. That looks delicious!! I'm a new follower from the blog hop yesterday!

    shirin
    www.diaryofamessykitchen.com

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  9. Wow,amazing pudding..lovely

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  10. WOW...Awesome recipe...Make me drool here..

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  11. What a fun idea! The kids would love it.

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  12. This looks delicious!

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  13. This looks like a chocolate lovers dream dessert!

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  14. Thanks for following me! I am your newest GFC follower. This recipe is so unique. Bummer it takes so long. I guess good things come to those who wait!!

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  15. what a neat treat! looks tasty :-)
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  16. Amy this is so cool,I was wondering before reading on how you managed to achieve that-Then I read the use of biscuit fingers:)!!!

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  17. Oh my goodness! These look and sound delicious! Thanks for sharing at Shine on Fridays. I will definitely be making this soon!!

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  18. Nice one! It looks awesome...thanks for sending to my event! Keep rocking with more entries!

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