When you’re planning a full-on lunch with all the trimmings, every short cut counts. No-bake desserts and puddings that need just a little more than time in the fridge to become the sweet conclusion to a delicious meal

This minimal effort milk tart skips the pressure of baking a crust, making sure it has a balanced taste and making sure it bakes evenly before adding the filling. Not sure we’re ever baking a milk tart again. 


  • 150g Tennis Biscuits
  •  80g Butter, Melted
  •  4 Cups (1L) Milk
  •  1 tsp (5ml) Cinnamon
  •  1 Can (385g) NESTLÉ Full Cream Sweetened Condensed Milk
  •  3 Eggs
  •  3 Tbsp (45ml) Cake Flour
  •  3 Tbsp (45ml) Corn Flour

How to

  • Crush the biscuits and stir in the melted butter. Press the mixture into the base of a tart dish or springform pan.
  • Heat the milk and butter in a pan. Bring to the boil, then simmer for 4-5 minutes. In a separate bowl whisk the remaining ingredients together until smooth.
  • Pour the hot liquid over the egg mixture and mix well. Return the mixture to the pan and cook for 3-4 minutes, or until thickened. Pour the mixture into the prepared pan and allow to set in the fridge for at least 2 hours.


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Recipe courtesy of Nestlé recipes with love