This kind of silky pudding are really famous back in my home country. I consider this recipe as my comfort dessert. My mom used to make this a lot during my childhood, I love food that bring a lot of memories, and this recipe absolutely one of them.


What make this recipe vegan is we used agar-agar powder instead of animal based gelatine. Back in my home country, since I have this recipe all way back years ago, the healthy of agar-agar content are just explore recently, it is make me so happy by knowing that my old time favourite dessert are healthy. Only back there we used milk that I replace with plant-based milk. The different are, it is taste more nuttier compare to cow based milk. Cow based milk provide this creamy, milky taste (which actually my problem and reason why I donโ€™t like cow milk). While almond milk, give very strong almond taste that adding more rich flavour into the pudding.

What make this recipe quite different compare to my mom is, I used fresh raspberry to add some freshness. I blend the raspberry with fresh water and sieve it from the seed. then good to go to boiled it with the milk and agar-agar powder.

Shall we? would you visiting my child home comfort with me? *sigh


SERVE 6 cup of pudding


  • 400 ml water
  • 1 cup raspberry
  • 1 liter almond milk or any plant based milk you prefer
  • 1 cup sugar
  • Pinch of salt
  • 7 gram agar-agar powder (look for the good quality one)


  1. In a blender, put inside raspberry and the water, blend them until soft, and sieve it from the raspberry seed.
  2. In medium size pot, put inside the sugar and agar-agar, stir it well, then put inside the almond milk. Stir back again, just stir it well to avoid any clumps.
  3. In medium high heat, put to pot in, stir it well and keep an eye on the milk, donโ€™t get the milk separated.
  4. When the mixture are almost boiling, put inside the raspberry juice. Constantly stir until it boiled then once boiling take it out from the heat.
  5. Put it in the ramekin, it can make 6-7 ramekin, depend on the size of your ramekin. Then let it cool.
  6. After it cool put it on fridge for at least over night, the texture are really soft, so it is quite taking time to harden.
  7. Ready to enjoyed for the next 6-8 hours.
  8. Hope you like it.




2 Comments Add yours

  1. TwoBrits says:

    Wow this looks ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿผ loving your photography as well!


    1. caseysav says:

      Thank you!! ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜


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