- 500 ml Whole milk
- 50 ml Heavy cream
- 3 tbsp Granulated sugar
- 2½ tsp Gelatinunflavored
- ½ tsp Vanilla extractoptional
Japanese Milk Pudding
Japanese Milk Pudding is a really popular dessert in Japan. This Japanese milk pudding recipe is very easy to make and requires very few ingredients. You can serve them as they are or top with fruit or berries or toasted nuts and syrup. Serve them straight from the fridge for a firmer more solid texture or leave to rest for 15 minutes for a softer pudding.
Place the ingredients in a large saucepan. Warm the pudding mixture over low heat on the stove but do not allow it to simmer or come to a boil. This should only take 1-2 minutes once the mixture begins to heat up. Once the sugar and gelatin is fully dissolved, remove the saucepan from the heat. Pour the pudding into small jars – I always save glass yogurt jars to use for my Japanese puddings.
To make Japanese Milk Pudding, you will need the following ingredients:
Steps to make Japanese Milk Pudding
Transfer to jars
Gonna use this as a dressing for some honey cake instead of eating it on it's own!
Really sweet I'd say this is more of a dessert than a normal milk pudding because of how sugary it taste.
Kids are very pleased with how delicious this is and so am I.
Of course I'm not surprised this was amazing! Bethany made it and just like every other one of her desserts, it came out yummy!!
Better than the store bought packages, thx!
This was amazingly good and simple to make, thank you so much for sharing this.
Cool dessert and cheap too which makes this meal a 5 star instantly.
Lovely japanese milk pudding is my favorite and goes great with fruit too.
Not bad but better to let it freeze in the freezer for an hour, will become more pudding like.
Would've given a 5 but mine was very liquidy, tasted good but wasn't pudding was more of a smoothie.
Tossed in some blueberries with this and a few chocolate chips, 10/10
Lots of sugar in this but it was amazingly delicious love me some sweet pudding.
Its okay but I prefer more solid things like the cherry pastry tart, lots more flavor and depth to it than this one.
Can I use some other types of creams maybe greek?
Didn't make mine in fancy jars but still loved it!
I've been looking EVERYWHERE!! For this milk pudding after seeing it in an anime lol, totally obsessed with it now that i've actually tried it.
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