Monday, October 29, 2012

Milo And Oreo Pudding

The kids love this sweet cool dessert
I did not really enjoy, perhaps basically, I'm not a fan of Oreo
Not to say that I couldn't eat it but I know I won't miss this pudding





Recipe is from Rima's site I wish I could make as beautiful as hers :)

What you need:

10g agar agar powder
750ml water
120g sugar (I reduced a little)
400g evaporated milk
3/4 cup Milo powder
137g Oreo - break into small pieces but keep the sandwich together
  1. Mix agar agar powder and water in a pot, cook til agar agar dissolved. Add in sugar and cook til sugar dissolved. Add in milk, stir well and off fire once boiled
  2. Take 2 cups from the mixture and add Milo. Stir well til Milo dissolved
  3. Pour 1 cup of Milo mixture in the mould, keep the remaining 1 cup warmed up on smallest fire. Let it set slightly on the surface before pouring another layer
  4. Pour plain mixture on top. Sprinkle Oreo and let it set on the surface
  5. Pour the remaining MIlo mixture, let set and cool
  6. Keep refrigerated

I'm submitting this post to Aspiring Bakers #24 (October 2012): Jellies and Puddings hosted by Charmaine of MiMi Bakery House

10 comments:

  1. My kid would love, and me too :) another nice school holiday cooking project to do with my son.

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  2. This dessert is so good for the recent hot and humid weather :)

    I don't eat oreo biscuit in its original shape, but I like it in all sort of cakes and pudding and ice cream, hehehe~

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  3. The layers of milo and milk are so nicely spread. This must be a sweet and yummy pudding for kids.

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  4. Hi Alice,
    Your pudding looks interesting with the layers.
    My boys would sure love this pudding..:D
    mui..^^

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  5. can you please let me know the size of the mould and also the size of cup mentioned?

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    1. the mould is about 25cm diameter
      the cup is the standard baking measurement cup

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