Egg less Marie biscuit pudding is a no bake dessert that requires only few ingredients. Today I am sharing the recipe of Marie biscuit pudding. This no bake chocolate biscuit pudding is egg less and very easy to make. So even the vegetarian friends can also enjoy this Marie biscuit pudding dessert with layers of biscuits dipped in milk and custard with caramel and chocolate sauce. This no bake chocolate cookie cake is so simple that you can prepare it in no time for your kids. You can even dip the biscuits in coffee milk if you like the coffee flavor. My recipe is a no bake Marie biscuit pudding without condensed milk and only simple ingredients are used that are easily available at home.
For chocolate sauce recipe.
_______________ For Caramel Sauce _______________
In a pan spread the sugar evenly and let it melt on medium to low flame until it start to caramelize.
Stir the sugar with a spatula and try to break the sugar lumps.
When sugar melts completely add water and stir quickly.
Then add ghee or butter in it and mix well.
Gradually add milk in the sauce and whisk continuously.
Caramel sauce is ready take it out in a bowl and let it cool down.
_______________ For Custard ________________
Dissolve custard powder in the 1/2 cup of milk.
In a pan add milk (save 1/2 cup aside) and sugar, put it on medium flame until a boil.
When the milk starts to boil add dissolved custard mixture in it and quickly mix everything. Take it off the stove. (If lumps came in your custard strain it well).
Let the custard cool down completely.
_____________ For Assembling ______________
Dip biscuits in the milk and layer in the bottom of the pan.
Pour a layer of caramel sauce over it and then a layer of custard on it.
Again put the layer of milk dipped biscuits, then caramel and then custard layer.
Spread chocolate sauce over the top.
Crush some of the biscuits into fine powder and spread over the chocolate layer and garnish with caramel sauce.
Keep it in the fridge for 2-4 hours until it firm completely.
Serve and enjoy this no bake biscuit pudding.