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A simple and easy to make dessert made with the help of Greek yoghurt blended with some cream and condensed milk and baked with a water bath in the oven. The sweetness of the pudding is topped up with the sweet and sour taste of berries giving it a light but very refreshing dessert for your dinner table. This dessert is also called Bhapa Doi in India and originates from West Bengal. It’s a very popular dish in the eastern states of India during weddings and special occasions.There are now many variations of this pudding available with all sorts of fruits flavours; I have tried this with some melted chocolate and it definitely was worth the effort when I saw the smile appearing on the little faces.

Servings 5/6


  • 200g condensed milk
  • 200g heavy cream
  • 200g yoghurt + 2 tbsp (for mixing with melted chocolate)
  • 2 tbsp melted chocolate (I used 70%dark chocolate)
  • berries, mint leaves & edible flowers (optional)


  • Heat up the oven at 180C.
  • Combine condensed milk, heavy cream & yoghurt with a whisker.
  • Mix melted chocolate with yoghurt well and fold into the cream-yoghurt mixture. Microwave the mix for a minute if chocolate forms lumps.
  • Pour into your ramekins and bake for 9-10 minutes in a water bath. This stops it from going dry and ensures no cracks in your pudding.
  • Once cool, refrigerate these puddings for a few hours or overnight. Garnish with berries, mint & serve chilled.
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