Horlicks Pudding


Horlicks Pudding is a delightful pudding that is super simple and an apt treat using simple ingredients that is always available at home. It simply melts in your mouth and the flavor is irresistible. What blows off your mind is the remarkable ease with which Horlicks Pudding has come together. The pudding makes a delicious afternoon treat or dessert after a meal. My love for Horlicks Pudding for ever grows because I am a great lover of Horlicks right from my childhood. Taste of Horlicks simply drives me crazy. When I was a kid, I remember my mom chasing me out of the pantry for stealing Horlicks. Horlicks Pudding has become quite popular in Indian Cuisine. When blended with creamy condensed milk there is nothing like it. Adding crushed mixed chocolate biscuit as the base layer, increases the firmer and standing power of Horlicks Pudding.

I prepare Horlicks Pudding for my family almost every fortnight. My husband is a great foodie and it was his feedback and critical views that helped me achieve what I am today. But thanks to my husband, he never forgets to appreciate my culinary skills when the dish is awesome. Horlicks Pudding is one such dish that has won my family’s heart and you can be confident while preparing this never fail Horlicks Pudding. Even new-comers and bachelors can give a hand at this dish with confidence. And one vital point, remember to refrigerate the dish for a few hours before serving. You can increase the Horlicks flavor of the pudding if you wish so. Horlicks Pudding is a great treat during summer season, when you are dehydrated and you want something refreshing. You can discover a well detailed Horlicks Pudding recipe here that can be easily prepared at home. Enjoy the dessert.

Horlicks pudding

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings 6 People


  • 500 ml Milk
  • 2 tbsp Horlicks
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/2 tin Condensed milk
  • 6 g China grass
  • 1 cup Mixed chocolate biscuit crushed


  • Add horlicks into milk.
  • Add condensed milk, sugar and bring to boil.
  • Same time, melt the china grass in 1/4 cup water
  • Then pour the melted china grass into milk. Mix well and turn off the flame.
  • Take a pudding tray, add crushed biscuits and pour the pudding mix over it. Finally refrigerate for 2-3 hours and serve.


You can visit this link Simple Milk Pudding. You can also visit this link Chocolate Cake Pudding.
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