No-Bake Biscuit Chocolate Pudding Recipe

No-Bake Biscuit Chocolate Pudding Recipe | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

Image by Fatima'a Kitchen Recipes via YouTube


No-bake recipes are some of the best recipes to follow because it’s time convenient. This no-bake biscuit chocolate pudding recipe by Fatima’s Kitchen Recipes only takes about 10 minutes, and it looks super moist and chocolatey.  Also, this tutorial is not in English, but there are English subtitles on the screen. I didn’t have a problem following this recipe when I was watching it because she does a great job showing everything on the screen. I love how this is also an eggless pudding recipe, and it’s vegetarian-friendly. Fatima’s Kitchen Recipes has many recipes on her YouTube channel that are no-bake too. I think this would be amazing to see the biscuit cookies dipped in coffee instead of milk so it has the bold, rich flavor.



  • 4 cups Milk
  • 1 cup Powdered Sugar
  • 1/4 cup Cocoa Powder
  •  1/2 cup Cornflour
  •  1 cup Grated chocolate
  • 250g Marie Biscuit
  • 1/2 cup Amul Fresh cream
  • 1 1/2 tsp Powdered sugar
  • 1 tsp Melted chocolate


First, in a pot, mix the milk, powdered sugar, cocoa powder, and cornflour before cooking this on the stove. Place the pot on the stove and cook on medium heat until thickens.

No-Bake Biscuit Chocolate Pudding Recipe | No-Bake Recipes
Image by Fatima’a Kitchen Recipes via YouTube

Next, once the chocolate pudding is finished, dip the Marie biscuits in milk and arrange them in a baking pan. Pour the hot, chocolate pudding on top of the biscuits and keep on layering until there is no more pudding.

No-Bake Biscuit Chocolate Pudding Recipe | No-Bake Recipes
Image by Fatima’a Kitchen Recipes via YouTube

Finally, refrigerate the biscuit pudding for 6 hours or overnight to solidify. I love pudding and this is definitely a different take. I’ve never seen biscuit cookies being dipped into milk and adding it to a cake/pudding recipe. I thought it was pretty cool to see how this biscuit chocolate pudding turned out in the end. I love how she drizzled more melted chocolate on top of the pudding.


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