It is well known that children are fond of ready-made foods. It's not surprising, of course. In my childhood, I also loved chocolates and candies, which were sold in colorful packages. One of my favorites was undoubtedly Eti Puf. I loved that fluffy marshmallow. I can't eat much nowadays because I find it too sugary. Of course, this does not prevent me from making a similar one at home, even if it is not the same.
I tried all 3 variants; with coconut, cocoa fudge and colored fudge. The most successful was the coconut one. There are two reasons for this. First of all, those with confectionery became too sugary with the effect of confectionery. If you want it to be colorful, you can try the pudding with 1 tablespoon of sugar or completely sugar-free. But part of the reason they weren't as good as coconut was because the marshmallows started to melt after a while with the wetness of the pudding. 1-2 hours after their construction, they also deteriorated visually as a result of the water flowing from the sugar soaking the biscuits. As I said, if you want to have it with sugar, I recommend you to make it with very little sugar so that it will be consumed in a short time.
But on the other hand, the coconut version has become a legend. Based on your experience so far, if you trust my taste buds, I'd say skip the candy thing and drop in on the coconut. If you say you can't eat coconut, maybe you can use ground hazelnuts. I haven't tried it that way, but I think it would be nice.
I'm sure there will be people who want to pour the chocolate sauce. Since it will wet the biscuit too much, it would be better to pour it immediately before serving if it is to be used.
Enjoy the recipe...
- 15 any kind of biscuits.
- 2 cups of milk,
- 2 tbsps of flour,
- 2 tbsps of corn starch,
- 2 tbsps of sugar,
- 1/2 tbsp of butter,
- 2 tsps of vanilla sugar.
- Colored decorating sugars,
- Grated coconut.
- In a skillet whisk milk, sugar, flour and starch,
- In medium heat stir and cook until it gets a dense form,
- Add butter and stir until melts and remove from heat,
- Add vanilla sugar and beat,
- Set aside until cold,
- Place a scoop of pudding in each biscuit and give a dome shape with the help of the back side of a table spoon,
- Sprinkle with colored decorating sugars or grated coconut.