Strawberry Delight Pudding


‘Strawberry Delight Pudding’ was created by me out of necessity and it turned out awesome!  My dear friend Happy Cook is hosting the event “Strawberry Feast”.  Here in India strawberries are not in season.  So I had to look for other options and came up with the idea of making a dessert using ‘strawberry crush’.  I think you can also use ‘strawberry syrup’.  I was in a hurry to take the pictures and did not wait for the pudding to set completely. Please see that you allow enough time for the pudding to set firmly before serving.  Anyways, it was super delicious!  This dessert is for all those who love strawberries!

This goes to Happy Cook’s event

Strawberry feast


Condensed milk – 400 gm

Full cream milk – 500 ml

Strawberry crush – 5 tbsp

China grass – 10 gm

Water – 1 1/4 cups

Fruit cake – 200 gm




Cut the china grass into small pieces and soak it in water for 10 minutes.  Pour the condensed milk, milk and the strawberry crush into a saucepan.  Heat it through stirring constantly till steam starts coming out of it.  Do not boil the mixture.  Keep it aside.  Melt the soaked china grass on a low flame.  Add it to the milk mixture and mix well.  Strain the mixture through a sieve and allow it to cool.  Arrange the cake pieces in a pudding dish.  When the pudding is half set, pour it over the cake pieces and allow it to set firmly in the fridge.  While serving, garnish with droplets of strawberry crush.  Enjoy!


  1. Thats a great idea Lissie.seems like a real delight !!

  2. Ann, thank you! you are right, it is indeed a real delight! 😛

  3. Must have tasted great:)

  4. Nice recipe Lissie…looks great and perfect for summer and also thanks for visiting my blog and leaving your comments 🙂

  5. Wooooowww looks so soothing…very nice colour..perfect for summer.

  6. Thank you Sunshinemom! see you more often… 🙄

  7. Thank a lot Padma! do visit again… 🙂

  8. Thank you Preeti for your love and support! 😀

  9. WOOW looks marvellous!

  10. Pudding looks super tasty!! Lissie… wat is china grass ❓

  11. Welcome to my blog, Priya! see you more often… 😉

  12. Anu, china grass is also called agar agar. it is a kind of vegetable gelatin. Thank you! 🙂

  13. Wow the dessert is looking gorgeus… wish to have that bowl full.. lovely blog u have.. keep rocking

  14. Thanks Lissie 🙂 will look out for it in Indian stores..

  15. Anu, China grass should be available in all supermarkets. Just search for it among the baking or jelly, gelatin section… 🙄