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Halwa al Pepsi (Pepsi dessert)

This is an un-usual recipe which I’ve taken from my friend LIZA. As usual, her recipes are so delicious and unique. I highly recommend trying it. Enjoy!

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If Dream Whip is not available, use 1 cup whipping cream, whip with electric mixture till thick. Increase sugar to 5-6 tbsp and mix with thick cream+ milk powder, and then fold in the whipped cream.

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Posted by Aina2 • 2y ago • Report
hi huda, u wont believe that my friend from jeddah made his dessert for me when i was in pakistan...5-6 years back. she got her ingredients from jeddah. now that i am in uk, i cant find cream caramal powder. can u help me?can u upload a pic of wht u used?thanks!
Posted by Huda Abu Hamdia • 2y ago • Report
Hi dear.. so sorry for the late reply, I've just saw ur imquiry.
I'll post some links for pictures for the instant cream caramel mix whic I used here and in other recipes as wee. I have used the Foster Clarks one, but any other brand would do as well:

https://redmart.com/white-wings-classic-creme-caramel-dessert-mix.html
http://bla-bla-blacksheep.blogspot.com/2010/10/classic-creme-caramel.html

Dr.Oetker: http://www.sunhingfoods.com/bybrand.php?dromixflancremecar3-7oz

http://www.britishshoppingonline.com/bulk-buy/packets-tins-and-jars/catering-dessert/birds-creme-caramel-dessert-mix-430g.html

http://trolley.ae/index.php?route=product/category&path=8_806

Hope this will help my dear ..
Posted by Aina2 • 2y ago • Report
hi huda, u wont believe that my friend from jeddah made this dessert for me once when i was in pakistan..5-6 years back!. it was yummy. she got the ingredients from jeddah. now tht i am in uk, i cant find cream caramel powder. can u help me?can u upload the pic of wht u used?thanks!!
Posted by Smiley77 • 3y ago • Report
Hi Huda, I live in Australia. I'm just wondering if Dream Whip and Cream caramel Powder are the same as 'Instant Pudding ' Powder? All your recipes are tempting to make but the ingredients you use are maybe a bit different than what we have here in Oz. andy advice or insight please? thanks and God bless your hands which cook and bake each day!
Posted by Huda Abu Hamdia • 2y ago • Report
Dear Smily77..
Thank sooo much for your sweet words :-)
regarding the dream whip, it's a non-dairy whipping cream powder, sweetened.. you can replace it by whipped sweetened whipping cream, fold it to the ingredients in the recipes which require dream-whipp..
As for the cream caramel powder, it's not Instant pudding, It's a ready-made powder when you mix it with milk and heat heat, then pour it in cups and cool it, you'll get cream brulee.. I'll ask a friend of mine if there's anything similar to it in Australia, cz she lives there and she knows the cream caramel and can tell me if there's any replacement ...
and so sorry for the late reply dear!
Posted by Huda Abu Hamdia • 3y ago • Report
you find it in the supermarket next to Jello powder packets.. comes in brands like Foster Clarks or any other brands in where ur living.. it's a pack with envelope of cream powder + envelope of caramel sugar.. the powder is usually mixed with milk, heated, poured in smalls deep bowls inwhich u have divided the caramel sugar in their bottom, let it cool, fridge, to get ready to eat cream caramel ..
so this powder we use ti in many desserts we make ..
where do u live my dear ?? which country ???
Posted by Huda Abu Hamdia • 3y ago • Report
It's something new, first time to have such recipe with Pepsi ;-)
it's light and yummy.. let me know how it turns out dear..
thanks for passing by ;-)
Posted by Huda Abu Hamdia • 4y ago • Report
It really is my dear :-D .. try it, it's eally something ;-)
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