Mocha Pudding - No Bake




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This is such a easy recipe to make, you just need few ingredients to make this. This is a No bake egg-less Coffee and Chocolate Pudding recipe made with china grass /agar agar. I have combined coffee along with chocolate cause when both the flavors combine they give a very nice taste and flavor.

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Step 1: Ingredients


Milk - 2 1/4 cup

China Grass / Agar Agar - 15 grams

Water - 1/2 cup

Cocoa Powder - 2.5 tbsp

Sugar - 3/4 cup

Coffee - 2 Tsp

Vanilla Essence - 1 tsp

Step 2: China Grass

Break china grass or agar agar in a sauce pan, add in 1/2 cup and mix well with your hands. Set aside and soak for 15 mins.

Step 3: Dissolve

Take 1/4 cup of milk in a bowl, add in cocoa and mix well. Set aside.

Dissolve coffee powder in 2 table spoon of warm water and keep it aside.

Step 4: Boil Milk

Take 2 cups of milk and sugar in a sauce pan, Heat till the milk comes to a boil.

Now add in cocoa mix, coffee mix and heat in medium flame. Add in vanilla and mix well.

Step 5: Final Heating

Heat china grass sauce pan on low heat till it is melted.

Add in china grass mix to the coffee-choco mix and whisk well.

Step 6: Set the Pudding

Take the serving dish. Pour the chocolate mix in and let this cool for couple of hours. Pop this in fridge and set it for 4 to 6 hours. Garnish with some cashew broken into small pieces.

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    11 Discussions


    3 years ago

    Sounds easy and wonderful. Can I buy the china grass (agar agar) at Lee Lee's market, here in Peoria?

    1 reply
    Passion Makesandyclaws7

    Reply 3 years ago

    I live in India. I am not sure about it. I guess it should be available easily.


    4 years ago

    This looks so tasty~ Congrats on being finalist~ Have a safe and happy holiday season~


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    4 years ago

    Can gelatin be used instead of agar agar? I can not buy it where I live

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    Passion MakeIsidoraK

    Reply 4 years ago

    Agar comes in flakes, powder, or bars. Substitutes: gelatin (Substitute one tablespoon powdered gelatin for every tablespoon of powdered agar. Gelatin is made from animal by-products.) From what I know gelatin needs a small heating too to dissolve it.