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About this Workshop


In this Workshop, we will make Marie Biscuit Pudding, a wonderful no-bake dessert that has become popular in Pakistan.

In Pakistan, it is customary to serve your guests dessert after their main course.  It is also very exciting when you can serve them something new and different, as we are quite excited to learn of other cultures.  This dessert originates in nearby Sri Lanka, and is now more commonly served in the biggest cities of Pakistan, especially Lahore and Islamabad. 

While traditional Pakistani desserts take a long time to prepare, Marie Biscuit Pudding is not only faster, but also easier to make, and the children love to help! 

I am excited to make some delicious Marie Biscuit Pudding with you!


What You'll Need

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This Workshop does not require a GLOkit.

Additional Supplies

Learners will need:

  • 1 package of Marie Biscuits (we will need about 12 biscuits)
  • 1 package of chocolate biscuits (we will need about 5 biscuits)
  • 1 small can of unsweetened condensed milk (we will need about 6-7 ounces)
  • 3 Tablespoons plain yogurt
  • 1 pint heavy cream

Learners should also have the following kitchen items on hand:

  • Tablespoon and teaspoon
  • Can opener (if the condensed milk is not self-opening)
  • 3 small bowls for mixing/dipping
  • Mid-size dish or serving bowl to assemble pudding 
  • Whisk or fork
  • Spoon
  • Damp paper towel for sticky fingers

Technical Requirements

You will need a device (computer or tablet) that is equipped with a camera, microphone, and speakers. For more information, please check out our Technical Requirements page.

Meet the Instructor

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Farheen ZehraView Profile

My name is Farheen Zehra.  I am originally from Pakistan, but have currently been residing in Japan for the last several years.  I came to Japan to continue my studies, and now I am an English teacher.  In addition, I am also participating in various intercultural/cross-cultural communication programs all over Japan.  I believe that cross-cultural communication, and having an understanding of different cultures, is particularly vital in the modern world.  Cultural diversity, humility and communication are the three main pillars to be discussed during my Workshop. 

Pakistan is a mix of different cultures.  Our people make a variety of handicrafts including handbags, footwear and clothing that are worn during wedding ceremonies, birthday parties and festivals to show the culture of their tribe.  I want to share the hidden beauty of my country’s culture, which represents four different provinces.  Each is unique in their language, clothing, festivals, lifestyles and its natural beauty.  I am from the southern part of Pakistan, and my hometown is famous for its spicy food, hospitality and its historical buildings. I am excited to share our traditions with you, and particularly our foods, as I believe that so much of a culture is reflected in its cuisine.  

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Marie Biscuit Pudding from Pakistan