Four-ingredient biscuit pudding recipe

A treat that takes less than half an hour to prepare – your taste buds will thank you!

1y ago

Until quite recently, I always thought of chocolate chip biscuits (or Hide & Seek biscuits, as they're known in India) as just a good snack option. A thing to have between meals. A thing to keep the stomach warm. That was until yesterday, when my mother transformed them into a deliciously creamy dessert. I’m starting to like the lockdown. ..

It turns out, chocolate chip biscuits work great with whipped cream. And you can make it taste even better when you add layers of cream, with the biscuits sandwiched in between. So that’s precisely what we did.

A very simple dessert dish, prepared with just five ingredients. Intrigued by its simplicity? Even I was staggered by the minimal effort needed to make this tasty pudding. I believe you would also be equally amazed to give this a try and realising how un-challenging it really is. And trust me, the skills required to make this is equal to filling a water bottle. Motivated enough? Give it a try!

Hide & Seek Pudding

Your drools will have drools



  • 10 chocolate chip biscuits
  • 1 cup whipped cream
  • Chocolate sauce
  • 1 tsp coffee powder


First layer of the pudding

  1. Whip the cream and put it in a container.
  2. Put the coffee powder in another, smaller container. Add some water.
  3. Dip the biscuit in the coffee water mixture.
  4. Place the dipped biscuit in another bowl.
  5. Add a layer of whipped cream on top of the biscuit.
  6. Dip another biscuit and place it above the cream layer.

Final layer of the pudding

  1. Now add 3 tsp chocolate sauce into the whipped cream container.
  2. Mix it well and use it as the final layer (to make the dessert more chocolatey).
  3. Drizzle chocolate sauce on top of the creamed layer for taste and decor.
  4. Refrigerate for a little over an hour, then serve.

Recipe Notes

Dip the biscuit for only about 2-3 seconds, not more. Don't let it melt in the water-coffee mixture!

Recipe by

My mother (Sudha)

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Comments (13)

  • Sounds interesting...might have inspired me for a slightly different dish.

      1 year ago
    • I knew this dessert was tasty, didn't know it was inspiring as well :p

        1 year ago
  • I will try it, thank you 😊

      1 year ago
  • Oh my - this looks heavenly. I like that you added pictures in the recipe steps 😊

      1 year ago
    • Thanks Amanda! I wanted everyone to try this once, super easy to make, so....

        1 year ago
  • My father invented this 5 years ago 🤣🤣

      1 year ago
  • I am wondering what did you do with the Nachos as the back

      1 year ago