Homemade Biscuits Pudding
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Homemade Biscuits Pudding

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Serves 5

A sweet treat!

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Ingredients

  • 250 grams Butter
  • * 250 grams Powdered Sugar
  • * 1 whole Egg Yolk
  • * 80 grams Cocoa Powder
  • * 1 teaspoon Vanilla
  • * 1 whole Egg White
  • * 200 milliliters Milk, Warm
  • * 500 grams Biscuits
  • * 25 grams Cashew Nuts
  • * 25 grams Raisins

Method

    1. Beat butter and sugar with electric mixer until creamy. Add egg yolk and beat well. Then add the cocoa powder and vanilla, mix well. Next, in a separate bowl beat egg white till stiff and then fold into the cocoa mixture.
    2. Soak the buttermilk biscuits in the milk (for just a few seconds) and place/layer half of them into the serving bowl or dish, next layer on half of the cocoa mixture.
    3. Next, sprinkle with half of the cashew nuts and raisins.
    4. Follow with another layer of soaked biscuits and the cocoa mixture. Sprinkle with cashew nuts and raisins.
    5. If you prefer to have 3 layers, just use thirds of each ingredient in each of the layers. Then refrigerate to set for 2 hours.
    6. Serve and enjoy.

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