Tuesday, 24 February 2009

Biscuit and Cream Layered Dessert with Caramel Topping

This creamy, rich and elegant dessert is my family’s favourite dessert and it’s the easiest anyone can ever make or think of. The best part about this dessert is that no cooking or heating is involved. The only hard part is the whipping time that takes for whisking the whole mixture. This particular dessert is made at home every time somebody feels like having a dessert no matter it’s a party or just a normal day. The recipe can be doubled or tripled as per requirement.

Ingredients:
1 packet Ulker biscuits
2 Sachet Dream whip(Whip cream powder)
2 small cans- Chilled evaporated milk (I used Rainbow milk)
1 packet Caramel dessert mix(use the caramel for topping only)
1 tsp Vanilla essence
Milk as required (to dip the biscuits)

Preparation:
1. Dip the biscuits in milk and layer it in a clear glass dish. Make 2-3 layers. Here, the biscuit should be a bit soaky.
2. Keep it in refrigerator.
3. Meanwhile, whisk up caramel dessert mix (only powder and not the caramel liquid) along with dreamwhip and rainbow milk until you get a thick mousse like mixture. And to make it thick, you need to whip for very long time in medium speed.(appx 20-25 minutes). It is important to note that you CANNOT use a juicer or blender to whisk up the mixture. Use a hand whisk (Egg beater) for this.
4. Add in vanilla extract at the end and whisk for a couple of minutes. Pour this over the biscuit mixture and chill for about 3-4 hours.
5. Serve in slices and drizzle caramel on top or even chocolate shavings. You can also drizzle chocolate cream.

31 comments:

Smitha said...

Hey,
Looks yummy. Unique recipe.
Smitha
saffronapron.blogspot.com

Tina said...

dear....followers listil njan undarunalloooooo..but ippo kanunillallooooooo..evide poyi.....pinne...eee dessert kandittu kappalodikkavunna paruvam ayi.....

Tina said...

da same biscuit pudding ente blogilum undu ketttooo creamy biscuit pudding....

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow awesome.....makes me drool....

Varsha Vipins said...

wow..amazingly delish n easy..:)..
I came here from Tina's blog..Malyali aa lle?me too..:)
Nice blog u have..:)

Khan said...

isnt it alternate layers of biscuits and cream (guessing from the pic)? u have mentioned to layer all the biscuits all at once in the beginning.
any other alternative to the caramel mix?

Shabs.. said...

Hi khan,
I have made it one layer of biscuits and cream on top. Just for taking the picture I stacked them:).But you can have more layers if you want. But the cream should be thick enough. So chill the cream before layering if you want more layers.
The caramel pudding mix is the Cream caramel dessert mix and is available easily anywhere. That is the main flavor in the recipe. Dint try any other variations. Sorry. Will let you know if I come across any variations.

Shabs.. said...

Thx smitha,varsha,kitchen flavours and tina for your lovely comments. Thats an inspiration.

Maria said...

hi shabs

mouthwatering pic!! I love anything with caramel :)

Poornima Nair said...

Hey Shabs...Thanks for visiting my blog...you have a great place with wonderful dishes...love this biscuit dessert and the dutch apple cake...looks delicious...

Jabeera said...

Hey shabs...tried dis recipe today...it tastes delicious..jus wntd to kno hw does d pudding come out after chilling...mine came out with average consistency..i made it with alternate layers of biscuits n cream.....could u pls leme kno as i wntd 2 try dis for Eid...

Shabs.. said...

Hi jabeera,thx for stoppingby and for ur feedback. I am glad u liked it...It is the favorite dessert at home.....As u asked for the consitency, it will have a very soft ice cream texture. you shud get that texture once you whip it for long.....as long as 20 minutes as stated in recipe...But if you want it to be little more firm, what u can do is:
Take 1 teaspoon of gelatin in a bowl, add 2 tablespoon of water and mix well. Place this bowl on top of simmering water and stir until all the gelatin molecules are dissolved.Add this to the pudding after whipping it well and beat well using a wire whisk so that it combines....this way u can have a firm creamy texture, as that of cheescakes..make sure gelatin melts completely......
Hope it helps..

Slateum Pencilum said...

Shabs,
Will this stay in fridge for long? say 2-3 days ?

Shabs.. said...

Slateum Pencilum. Yes, it will easily stay in fridge for 4-5 days.BTW, did u try it out?
Regds,
shabs,

Slateum Pencilum said...

Thanks dear.
No, I am to try it out today.
I don't know abt Ulker biscuits,Haven't seen one here. So I am planning to settle with some other biscuits.
Will sure let u know how it turned out.

Anonymous said...

Hi Shabs..
I am not a regular viewer of ur blog,but whnever i happn to chk it out,I end up getin motivated and try ur stuffs...amazing work..Kudos!!
ok,i just wntd to know wt is the alternate i can use for the ulkar biscuits?

Anonymous said...

hi shabs,
How ru
I was glad 2 c ur recipe actually once i and my hubby has gone through this in a party and he liked it too mch dat he requested me 2 make it 4 him. Well my husband like chocolate flavour 2 mch that i tried this with layers of chocolate. It came out very nice that he proudly says it 2 everyone.
I can post the recipe if u want

Yasmin said...

Tried this , Turnd out soo GOOOOOOOOOODD <3 xx thnx

Noor Nazar said...

Hi Shabs,
I want to try this. But just a doubt. I have some whipping cream already at home. So, if I am using Whipping Cream, how much should I use? You have mentioned 2 sachets of powder. What if its Whipping Cream?
Thanks, Noor

Shabs.. said...

Hi Noor, What whipping cream have you got? If it is something that can be whipped to soft or stiff peaks you can use 250-300 mls of it. If it nestle or puck brand tinned ones, i would recommend try with one or 1 1/2 tins. Not sure as I havent tried it for myself. Hope this helps.

Noor Nazar said...

http://supermart.ae/products/Puck-Whipping-Cream-.html

Thats what I have.

Shabs.. said...

If it is thick like soft ice cream, add it towards the end and mix it as it thins out when u beat it..Or else,it might have a slightly thinner consistency than condensed milk and it doesnt get whipped up to peaks even if it says it is whipping cream. I have used this. If is as thin as i mentioned, your pudding might not set and might be runny. Melt little geltine in milk or water and add to the whole mix, so that it will set:).

Noor Nazar said...

Ok Thanks :) But, I dont want to take a risk. So would do it with the powder itself :) And, use the cream some other time for something else. Thanks a lot Shabs for your quick reply :)

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Unknown said...

hey der nice receipe.. this caramel topin is it the sme we use in pudding

Unknown said...

nice receipe.. tis caramel topping is it the same as the one v use in pudding...

Ceee... said...

I have tried a version of this with chocolate custard and coffee. Need to try this - am sure its fab

pearl said...

Hi shabs, just wanted to know what tin size we should use of evaporated milk.It comes in 3 sizes the tiny,standard and big one?

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