Lemon Cream Cheese Pudding



This recipe is quite special to me. Why, you would ask. A reader of this blog, Shinaz from Abu Dhabi had shared this picture on an FB group sometime ago. If you really watch out my space, I don’t have much of fruity desserts apart from a few trifles and a banoffee pie, among the very few, and not a single “citrusy” dessert. Most of the them are chocolate based. It is not that I don’t love them. It is just that my mind is fixated with chocolate as dessert and always end up giving it my first preference. I don’t know if it is a good habit. 🙂


OK, coming back to the story, I ended up asking her for the recipe, which she messaged me. I rubbed my eyes twice while going through the list. So easy! All you need is 3 main ingredients and you are so ready to go for it. I promised her I would try it and would post it on the blog. Alhamdulillah, I am able to do just that… 🙂




This is the third and final recipe under the theme “Are you Pudding me?” for the Blogging Marathon #74, the other two being Mango Coconut Milk Pudding and Chocolate Croissant Pudding. This super simple dessert is a mix of lemon jelly, cream cheese and whipped cream. Since she shared the recipe with lemon jelly, I chose the same flavor though you can use any jelly. Her recipe had used Dream Whip, which is a non-diary whipping cream powder, but I chose to use whipped cream. The set jelly is blitzed along with the cheese and cream till smooth and allowed to set till done. You can add sugar if you find the mixture not sweet enough to your liking.


Can you see how soft serve it looks like? It feels like a cross between cheesecake and ice cream. The tanginess of the lemon jelly and cheese gave it a nice refreshing feeling. It is a very easy recipe, that will definitely be a hit at any party and will get people asking for the recipe from you. 😉 Off to the recipe…



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Lemon Cream Cheese Pudding
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: Continental
Serves: 6-8
  • 1 sachet (70-85 gm depending on brand) lemon jelly
  • 100 gm pack cream cheese
  • 250 ml whipping cream
  • Sugar as required
  • Lemon/ lime slices and mint leaves for garnish
  1. Prepare the jelly as per pack instruction. Pour into a container and freeze for an hour or till set.
  2. Pull out the jelly, scrape it into a blender along with the cream cheese and whipping cream.
  3. Blitz till smooth. Add sugar if required.
  4. Pour into a 1 litre container and cover with cling film. Keep in the fridge for two hours or till set.
  5. Garnish with lemon and mint leaves.
I have used normal bottle cream cheese for this recipe. You can use any of your choice - Philadelphia, cube or triangle cream cheese also would work fine!


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    • Rafeeda AR says

      Hehe… it is a small bowl and we all finished it off, because it was so light and wanting more… 😛 Thank you so much Fami…

  1. Ayesha says

    Hi there
    The presentation is simply mouth lucking and the ingredients are super simple. Please help me with the cream cheese. Can we use Almarai spreadable cream cheese that comes in the glass tin for this vibrant pudding….?

    • Rafeeda AR says

      Thank you so much for your comment, Ayesha… You can use any cheese of your choice, I have used the bottled cream cheese as mentioned…

    • Rafeeda AR says

      I am so glad to find somebody who is more tilted towards chocolate… hehe… Thank you so much Srivalli…

  2. says

    I love citrusy puddings though like you chocolate always overpowers . The pudding looks amazing , smile but delicious with those ingredients .

  3. says

    I have been seeing your facebook post about this pudding and I am so much in love with it already… I am bookmarking it to try..Hopefully will try soon… It is making me drools seriously

  4. says

    I can actually feel the burst of flavours in my mouth seeing the awesome clicks.. I am sure the lemon jelly will refresh the taste buds …wil try soon !

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