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May 28, 2014


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mixed fruit custard

When i posted custard powder ice cream,i wanted to share this easy fruit custard recipe using eggless vanilla custard powder.This is one of the easiest custard powder recipes and its a good replacement for fruit salad to serve your guests at get-together or for birthday parties.I have been making this for years for all my friends & relatives.Its a very simple recipe but it fetches u more credits for sure.Initially i used to add only apple & banana and call it as apple custard.Then i got the idea of adding cherries n cashews from Nags blog.But this is a much simplified version.Addition of nuts & cherries make this dessert richer,tastier n colorful too.As mangoes are around,u can try adding it.Last week when Raksha’s friends came to my house,i made this along with veg fried rice and baby corn fry for lunch.They all loved it.Try this for ur kids n family members & have a delectable dessert after an yummy meal.Everybody will love it and ask for more!!.So Lets see how to make this easy fruit custard recipe Smile.

Fruit custard recipe

Fruit Custard recipe

Fruit Custard recipe Mixed Fruit n nut custard recipe - Easiest dessert recipe !
Cuisine: Indian
Category: Dessert
Serves: Serves 4
Prep time: 10 Minutes
Cook time: 10M+2H
Total time: 20M+2H


 1 cup = 200ml

  • Milk - 500 ml (2.5 cups)  + 1/4 cup
  • Vanilla custard powder - 2 tbsp
  • Sugar - 4-5 tbsp
  • Vanilla essence - 1/2 tsp
  • Mixed fruits and nuts- Apple,Mango,banana,Cherries,tutti frutti,Cashews & Badam

  • Boil 2.5 cups of milk and add sugar to it.Take 1/4 cup of milk and mix custard powder without lumps.
fruit custard step1
  • Add this custard mixture to the boiled milk.Mix well in medium flame for few minutes till it thickens like dosa batter.Keep stirring else u will get a burnt layer at the bottom and it spoils the entire recipe.
fruit custard step2
  • Switch off the flame and add vanilla essence.Refrigerate it for 2 hours.
  • Just before serving,chop all the fruits and nuts into small pieces.
  • Mix them with the  chilled custard.Serve immediately.
fruit custard step3


  • Adjust the quantity of custard powder as per the thickness u need.
  • I always like the custard little thinner.Its ur personal choice of making it.
  • Adjust sugar as per ur taste buds.
  • Adding cherries,tutti frutti,cashews and badam gives a nice crunchy taste while eating.So never skip it.

Fruit custard recipe

Enjoy this all time favourite fruit custard with ur loved ones Smile.It tastes yummy !!

Fruit custard recipe

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  1. Fruit Custard with mangoes is yummy.very cute bowls

  2. Pass me the bowl! so comforting dessert

  3. Easy d delicious dessert ever,bookmarked it....

  4. Can i use pomegranate/grapes /pinapple?

  5. love this anytime... my favorite pudding to make when i have loads of guest, can never go wrong...

  6. Can i use pomegranate/grapes /pinapple?

  7. yes,u can use.I had replied already :)

  8. Who can resist to this beautiful dessert, my favourite anytime.

  9. I love custard.. I remember my mum making this for us in the summers.. Somehow I had forgotten about this.. thanks for reminding me.. they love fruits and fruit juices and their current favourite is kdd harvest’s pomegranate juice.. it is launched only a few months back and my kids are in love with it.. I am sure they will love this recipe of yours too!can this be stored for a few days? Thinking of making in bulk!

    1. Yes , u can store in an air tight box in refrigerator till 4-5 days i guess :) thanks.

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    1. Thanks for trying n feedback.Just chked ur blog.U have made it so well :)

  11. Fabulous fruit cusatrd even so yummy.But mam can i use Cherry in fruit custard...
    Fruit Custard Recipe


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