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Crumbled biscuit custard fruit pudding – Vegan

Fruit salad

About:

Biscuit custard pudding is a simple dessert recipe where the crumbled biscuits are baked with oil/butter to form crispy layer; topped with vanilla custard and fruits of your choice. It can be made rich by adding creams

Biscuit layer is made nutritious by adding ground almonds and flaxseeds.

Serves: 3-4
Preparation time: 10mins
Cooking time: 10-15mins

Ingredients:

  • Biscuit crumbs-1cup (about 10-12 biscuits)
  • Almond-1/4cup
  • Flaxseed-1tbsp
  • Dairy free butter/olive oil-2-3tbsp

For dessert serving:

  • Mixed fruits – as required (strawberry, kiwi, currants or any fruits of your choice)
  • Eggless vegan Custard- (Recipe please click here)
  • Tutti fruitti/Candid fruits
  • Crushed nuts
  • Biscuit crumble

Directions:

  • Pre-heat the oven at 180deg C.Grease and line the 9”x9” casserole/tray and set aside
  • Crush biscuits, almonds, flaxseeds in the food processor to fine powder crumbs.
  • Pour crumbs, olive oil/melted butter into a bowl and stir until fully combined.
  • Pour into greased and lined casserole/baking try and press into even layer.
  • Bake for 10-12minutes/ until light brown in the pre-heated oven at 180deg C.

Allow it to cool.

Dessert assembly:

  • Spoon about 2 tbsp of biscuit crumble into individual serving dishes.
  • Use a small glass to press the crumbs into a firm layer.
  • On this biscuit crumbs add a layer of custard
  • Top it with fruits of your choice.
  • Add biscuit crumble again then custard and fruits
  • Repeat 2-3layers as per the serving glass size and finally top it with tutti fruit and crushed nuts.
  • Serve immediately or refrigerated and serve chilled

Note:

  • Home made Jelly is added to make this desert Kids treat.

On a friendship day I would like to dedicate this Vegan dessert my friend Charanya @ Yes I am Vegan, who influenced me to explore Vegan recipes.

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About Chitra Jagadish

My passion is Cooking & love exploring healthy recipes. This blog is all about sharing 'Recipes for Healthy living', which are my experiments at home.

Posted on August 3, 2014, in Dessert, Indian, International, Kids recipes, Sweets, Vegan and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 62 Comments.

  1. Great colors and presentation!

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  2. Your wonderful custard was a prelude to this fantastic dessert. Love it Chitra. I am a big fan of custards and creamy foods. This is lovely,

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  3. Loved the presentation Chitra 🙂

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  4. That looks wonderful! So colorful 🙂

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  5. Wow … I salivated looking at the picture!

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  6. I want the entire bowl:-) after seeing this remember the fruit salad my mom do with custard and fruit but yours look exotic dear

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  7. It would be an awesome dessert ❤

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  8. Chitra….the pudding looks so colourful n super delicious!!!

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  9. Yummy this looks. And I really dig simple recipes 🙂

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  10. Not just yummy and healthy, but so beautiful to look at. Another great recipe! 🙂

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  11. mouthwatering dessert and healthy too

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  12. The only way I can reciprocate to this is by trying it out 🙂 I really want to try the custard. Have missed it. Your camera skills are getting better day after day-close to professional now 🙂

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  13. A yummy treat, especially in summer with all the fresh fruits.

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  14. What a beautiful presentation!

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  15. Foodie Adam & Cookie Eve

    Woww 🙂 I wanna jump into this 😀

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  16. That custard looks SO YUMMY! I love custard and fruit. But one of my passions is medieval based food where the custard was not sweet but rather savory. SO I also love turnip custard pie with sauteed onions. To the modern person, custard should be sweet so that combination would be nasty, but to the medieval where it was more of a fluffy quiche, it was a wonderful staple 🙂 Keep the custards coming!

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  17. Sweet as a Picture

    Wonderful-looking dessert!

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  18. It looks very tasty 🙂

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  19. Love the colors of this dish! yum

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  20. Oh Wow, colours are wonderful, it is like an eatable jewel box! 🙂

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  21. Beautifully presenetd & it looks so appetizing too! x

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  22. Looks positively sinful and i LOVE it. i wish i hadn’t just brushed my teeth because i’m tempted to make one right now or at least try to. Thank you for sharing
    My best to you
    john

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