Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Quick Strawberry Trifle Pudding

More than fresh strawberries I like fresh strawberry compote where the flavor of strawberries is intensified and it tastes even more delish! I had some leftover strawberry compote that I used for whipping up this beauty in a jiffy. I made the puddings into individual serving because they look a lot more prettier and tempting to eat :)


For the compote:
1 pack fresh strawberries
1 tablespoon sugar
dash of lemon juice

For the custard
1/2 litre Milk( preferably full fat)
2 heaped tablespoon sugar
2 heaped tablespoon custard powder

For the topping
1/2 Cup Whipping cream ( skip sugar if using rich's whipping cream)
2 tablespoon Sugar

1 small pack (100 gms) digestive biscuits


  • Roughly crush digestive biscuits in a mixer and keep aside.
  • Roughly chop strawberries,add 2 tablespoon sugar and cook on medium flame for 5-7 minutes till u get a sauce like consistency.Take off heat,add a dash of lemon juice and keep aside to cool.
  • From the half liter milk,take aside 1/2 cup milk and dissolve well custard powder in it. Heat  rest of the milk in a pan,when it reaches boiling point add dissolved custard powder and sugar.Keep stirring continuously till the mixture becomes thick and coats back of the spoon.Keep aside to cool.
  • Beat whipping cream with sugar till stiff peaks are formed. Keep to chill in fridge.

For the final layering
  • First layer the custard in serving glasses followed by a layer of  digestive biscuits.Then Spoon strawberry compote in middle,Repeat again the layers of custard and crushed biscuits.
  • Top the pudding with whipped cream.Drop a little bit of strawberry compote on top and use to toothpick to create swirl pattern.

Chill the pudding for at least 3-4 hours before serving.Enjoy!


Quick Tips
  • You can substitute crushed biscuits with crumbled cake.
  • If you don't have fresh strawberries you can use ready made strawberry crush/pineapple crush/mango crush. 
  • You can also heat up about 2 tablespoons of jam with a little of water to get a sauce and use it in place of strawberry crush

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