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

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  • 26.5 gm
    Carbohydrate
  • 5.0 gm
    Total Fat
  • 79.8 mg
    Calcium
  • 0.3 mg
    Iron
  • 0.4 mg
    Vitamin C
  • 2.3 gm
    Protein
  • 0.1 mcg
    Vitamin B12
  • 161.1 kcal
    Energy
  • 1.2 mcg
    Vitamin A
1/2 Cup(102.0 ml) Nestlé A+ Milk
2.0 Tbsp(13.0 gm) Arrow Root Flour
1.0 Chopped Tsp(2.0 gm) Cashewnut
1.0 Chopped Tsp(3.0 gm) Almond
1.0 Grated Tsp(1.0 gm) Dry Coconut
2.0 Strand(0.2 gm) Kesar
2.0 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 Nestlé A+ Milk, making a smooth slurry mixture.

  • Heat a frying pan and boil remaining 1/4th cup of Nestlé A+ 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.