Pudding Batik

This pudding got its name by marbling 2 different coloured mixtures which then resembles the swirls in many batik motifs. It is a delicious milky and chocolatey dessert with a silky but firm texture. This sweet delight is the perfect ending to any meal, especially when you have house guests!

Prep Time

10 min.

Cook Time

75 min.

Total Time

85 min.


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 2 cups Evaporated Milk
 2 tbsp Custard Flour
 2 cups Water
 3/4 cup Sugar
 10g Agar Agar Powder
 2 Eggs (beaten)
 3 tbsp Butter (melted)
 1/2 tsp Salt
 1/2 tsp Vanilla Essence
 1 tbsp Cocoa Powder


  1. Firstly mix the evaporated milk & custard flour in a bowl, stir well and set aside.
  2. Add water, sugar and agar agar powder in a pot, stir and then let it boil.
  3. Once it has boiled, add the milk and custard flour mixture into the pot and stir.
  4. Then add the eggs, butter, salt and vanilla essence, stirring well until it boils again, and then remove the pot from heat.
  5. Divide the mixture equally into two bowls - leave one bowl as it is, and in the other bowl, add cocoa powder. Stir until the cocoa powder is well mixed in.
  6. In a pan/glass container, gently pour a small amount of the white pudding mix in the center, then pour in the chocolate pudding mix. Keep doing this alternately until all the mixture is finished.
  7. Using a satay stick (or toothpick), poke into the pudding pulling the stick gently from center to corners to make a marbled pattern.
  8. Leave the pudding to cool in a fridge for about one hour, or until it has fully set.

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