Rasgulla Oreo Pudding

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 Rasgulla Oreo Pudding

Rasgulla Oreo Pudding

All you Oreo cookie lovers will drool over this crunchy, spongy, smooth, creamy Rasgulla Oreo Pudding dessert. It is heavenly and I am in creamy Chocó heaven while lapping it up. You will ask for a second helping as you just can’t stop at one. So stay warned. Eat at your own risk and discretion!

It is Rakhi tomorrow so I conjured up this recipe to sweeten the festival palate. It is a NO COOK Rasgulla Oreo Pudding after all. The fusion of Rasgulla with Oreos and fresh cream is so very divine; a match made in heaven. I had Oreos and cream in the fridge and I found a tin of Rosogullas and a pomegranate too hiding behind the other items in the fridge.  I decided to whip up a  creamy crunchy delight. So this recipe was as impromptu as can be. I love fusion food, east meets west and how well they blend together. You can make your own version with ingredients of your choice. Nothing can go wrong with this recipe for sure.

An easy no-cook dessert with layers of Oreo crust, whipped cream, cocoa powder, Rasgullas, pomegranate and more Oreos and Chocó chips to garnish. Another no-cook easy pudding to try is Pineapple Cream Pudding and if you are looking to make an Indian dessert then this Sooji Halwa is the best.

Recipe for NO-COOK Rasgulla Oreo Pudding

INGREDIENTS:

Bottom layer-

10 Chocolate Oreo Cookies Crushed

1 tbsp cocoa powder

1 tsp sugar syrup from Rosogulla tin

Middle Layer-

1 lt fresh cream

1 cup powdered sugar

Top layer

1 tin rosogullas

½ cup pomegranate

For the Topping:

2 tsp Chocó chips

Few Oreos- Chocolate and cream

METHOD

For the bottom layer-:

Place the Oreo cookies in a large zip-lock bag and crush with a rolling pin. Do not make a thin powder but keep them crunchy and crumbly. Layer these crushed cookies in a glass dish.  Mix the cocoa powder in the sugar syrup and drizzle over the crushed Oreos making sure that all of the crumbs are moistened. Press into an even layer on the bottom of the pan. Refrigerate until you whip the cream for the next layer.

For the Middle Layer

In a mixing bowl, beat the powdered sugar and cream until thick and fluffy. ( For those living in hot climes like me, beat the cream over ice cubes or else it would take ages for the cream to thicken or it would end up as butter) Spread half the cream in an even layer over the crushed Oreos. Refrigerate while the next layer is prepped.

For the Top Layer

Squeeze out all the syrup from the Rasgullas and chop into 4 pieces. Spread over the cream layer and sprinkle the pomegranate over it. It gives a lovely pink colour to the pudding. Refrigerate for 15 minutes.

Spread the remaining cream on top and refrigerate. After 15 minutes, dust a little cocoa powder and decorate the top with the two Oreo flavoured cookies and Chocó chips.

Cover with cling film or foil and refrigerate for 2 hours before serving. NO-COOK Rasgulla Oreo Pudding is ready to be polished off.

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Harjeet Kaur

Harjeet Kaur

My writing was limited to school essays and projects for my kids and out of the blue, my writing career began with writing articles for the magazine section of The Hindu. I had a weekend column in the newspaper which was well appreciated. Juggling my time between various jobs down the years and my writing, I have written content for fliers, brochures for colleges, speeches, social media content and also website content I love writing and I am open to writing on a plethora of topics. My blog has interesting insights into my life and travels, gardening, beauty, grooming, recipes, mental health and sustainability. I am a freelance content writer and the answer to all your content generation needs. I thrive on writing and content writing gets my adrenaline pumping. Stringing words and vocabulary is my passion as well as my bread and butter. Whether it is lifestyle content, ghostwriting, blogging, features, or articles, covers the whole gamut of writing that I can pen down. My writing has been much appreciated as it attracts, engrosses as well as captivates. I love to write on any interesting topic under the sun. Meeting new people and understanding what makes them tick is always enlightening. Communication is my strong point and I get across my thoughts right from the heart. An avid and dedicated blogger, my blog is valued by family and friends alike. My blog is ranked 14 in the Top 100 Lifestyle Blogs in India. I love to cook for family and friends and my secret ingredient- “love” is abundantly used in my cooking. It covers myriad interesting topics. I am a passionate home chef and am all for a healthy balanced diet with simple, easy-to-cook recipes. What I do is transform traditional recipes into gourmet by the turn of my ladle. Do read my blogs to know me better.

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Comments 10

  1. what a recipe. delicious and mouthwatering
    definitely going to try this

  2. Wow! Now this is definitely creativity at its best! Who woul dhave thought to pair rasgullas with oreo biscuits?! Going to try this one for sure!

  3. Varun Sharma says:

    delicious and mouthwatering

  4. Nisha Batel says:

    Ohh Wow!! sounds like yummy. I wanna try this new dessert.

  5. Ohhh wow nice sweet dish.

  6. Hello Harjeet Kaur, Great Article! My mouth-watering after reading this.

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