Arrowroot Pudding Recipe

A super delicious, melt in the mouth kind of desert. Arrowroot pudding is enjoyed by all ages. This can be given to children as an afternoon snack or as a homemade treat after lunch or dinner. Additionally, arrowroot is rich in iron, potassium and B vitamins, making this dessert super healthy as well.

Nutritional info

2 Tbsp(13.0 gm) Arrow Root Flour
1/2 Cup(102.0 ml) Milk
1 Tsp(2.0 gm) Cashewnut(Chopped)
1 Tsp(3.0 gm) Almond(Chopped)
1 Tsp(1.0 gm) Dry Coconut(Grated)
Few Strands(0.2 gm) Kesar
2 Tbsp(26.0 gm) Sugar
  • Take a steel mould, grease it very lightly with ghee and add 1 tsp grated dry coconut. Keep aside.

  • In a fresh bowl mix 2 tbsp arrowroot powder with 1/2 cup milk, making a smooth slurry mixture.

  • Heat a frying pan and boil remaining 1/4th cup of milk, now add 2 tbsp sugar.

  • Making sure the sugar is dissolved completely, bring it to a boil.

  • Stirring continuously add arrowroot slurry and you will notice it starts to thicken.

  • Now, add 1 tsp chopped cashew nut, 1 tsp chopped almond and a few strands of kesar.

  • Pour the thickened mixture into the previously kept aside mould. Refrigerate it, allowing it to set.

  • Garnish with grated coconut.

  • Serve cold.