Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Easy Vanilla Pudding Pie with Jelly

Work has been keeping me occupied and its been more than a month i made anything. Last week, the closest i came to making anything was this vanilla pudding pie with strawberry jelly. You must be thinking that why am i talking like that if i made the pudding that looks like this....

.... and tastes absolutely divine (trust me on that). Well, the thing is that this time I wanted to make something that is quick and doesn't take a lot of time. So i made my own pie crust, used boxed pudding mix and topped it with strawberry jelly. Voila! the outcome is this wonderful pudding which some may think is result of some serious handwork and time in the kitchen.

Easy Vanilla Pudding Pie with Jelly

1 packet vanilla pudding mix (egg-less with china grass)
1 packet strawberry jelly (you can use any other flavour)
1 packet digestive biscuit
3 tablespoons melted butter
1/4 cup powdered sugar
pinch of cinnamon powder

For the Pie Crust

  • Grease the pie pan
  • Put the biscuits in a plastic food bag and crush to crumbs using a rolling pin
  • Mix the crumbs, melted butter and cinnamon thoroughly and press the mixture around the bottom and sides of the pie pan until an even layer is formed ( use back of a spoon to press evenly)
  • Bake at 160°C for ten minutes. Cool on wire rack

For the Pudding and Jelly Topping
  • Follow the instructions on the box to make the pudding. Once it cools down and starts to thicken cause of the china grass, pour it in pie pan with the prepared crust 
  • Put the pudding in fridge and allow it to set for 30 minutes 
  •  Follow the instructions on the box for jelly and prepare the jelly
  • Once the jelly has cooled down a little, take the pudding out of the fridge and pour the jelly on top of the pudding and spread it to form a thin layer of jelly on top
  • Keep it back in the refrigerator for 2-3 hours allowing the pudding to set completely

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