Like any other pudding, this one is my boys' favorite. Well, as long as milo involved in the recipe, its almost impossible for them to reject it. And oreo? To be honest, long time ago, I'm not a fan of oreo. Don't even like it! its too sweet for my tongue. I even not letting my eldest to try this biscuit. But my hubby, who is a big fan of oreo, sometimes accidentally eat the oreo when my son is passing through. He doesn't make any responds, but after 2 or 3 times, he did asked his dad what that was. And then he try it. And he screams because its too sweet. Then he try again, again n again. And he loves it. He was 5 years old that time.
There were times when he wants oreo as his snack, but thank God it is now history. He is now 8 years old and full of conscience *big grin*. At least everything that I told him, actually remains in his mind. He knows that he couldn't get as much oreo as he wants, he doesn't want to get his tooth-ache, and he wants to stay healthy. Attaboy!
Ooh and my hubby the big fan? he also heals from his addiction. Now,in our home, oreo is an additional happiness. Just an extra for our muffin, a variation. We do enjoy our oreo sometimes, but in an appropriate and decent way (is there any decent way of eating oreo? mind your "black" teeth after you eat it :D)
So when many blogger friends, including mba Hesti work of art and Teh Ayu Momylicious, make this pudding, I'm feeling curious and interested to try too. I have bookmarked the page for so long, and finally got the chance (and time) to make it. Special thanks to diligent fellow bloggers! As for the taste, in my opinion, they are not too bad, not my favorite either. I prefer soft pudding. So if you're a fan of soft n smooth pudding, add egg yolk to the batter, it will help to make the pudding's texture softer. But don't worry, despite my so so feeling to this pudding, my boys looove it. So I guess there will be the second or third batch of this pudding.
Original recipe from HomeKreation, modified by me
800 ml water
120 gr sugar
1 can (400g) Evaporated Milk
2/3 cup Milo Powder
1 full table spoon of chocolate powder
1 table spoon maizena
1 pack (137g) Oreo Cookies - break into small pieces but keep the sandwich together
1. Place agar powder and water in a pan/pot cook until all powder is dissolved.
Add in sugar, cook until sugar is dissolved.
Add in milk, stir well.
Get about 2-3 tablespoon of mixture, pour it to a bowl. Add in the maizena, mix until well combine, then pour it to the stove. Turn off fire once boiled.
2. Separate 2 cups of the mixture into another cooking pot add in Milo and chocolate powder
Stir well until milo is dissolved.
3. Pour 1cup of Milo mixture into a pudding/jelly mold and let the remaining half warm up on smallest fire.
wait until there is thin skin on the surface.
Pour the milk mixture on top, then sprinkle the oreo cookies. Let the surface set.
Pour the remaining milo mixture.
4. Let it set completely at room temperature. Put it in a fridge. Serve cold.