Carrot and Coconut Milk Jelly Pudding Recipe


A Plant-based Dessert Recipe.
Healthy and Yummy Treats.

What do you do with Abundant Carrot? Stop talking about salads this time. It's too boring, especially for kids.

I always make food that the kids can like too. But most importantly we can take the health benefits of these food ingredients.

How about we make Carrot Jelly Pudding? Sounds weird? If usually jelly pudding is more familiar with fruit ingredients, this time we will have a variety of vegetables in the ingredients.

Carrot and Coconut Milk Jelly Pudding


This dessert can be an alternative to delicious carrots for those who don't like to eat carrots.

Since childhood, I have always used to eat carrots to prevent eye damage. But with this recipe, we would not think eating carrots would be this delicious and aesthetic!

Then, why do I add coconut milk? In Indonesia, the pudding recipe adds coconut milk for a creamier and smoother taste.

I added coconut milk to this carrot pudding to add a creamy flavor while giving an interesting pattern to the pudding surface. So the result looks like it has a beautiful two-tone gradient. Perfect!

So, this dessert actually has two mixtures. I also form coconut milk jelly pudding in my own mold, after I have the rest for this jelly pudding mixture.



Carrot Mixture:


  • 200 grams of carrots
  • 500 ml of water
  • 7 grams of agar powder
  • 200 grams of sugar
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla essence

Coconut Milk Mixture

  • 800 ml of coconut milk
  • 7 grams of agar powder
  • 100 grams of sugar
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla essence


- Step 1

Blend the carrots with 500 ml of water. Then in a cooking pan, mix with sugar, agar powder, and vanilla essence.


- Step 2

Continue to stir the carrot juice mixture and the agar powder to a boil. Make sure the mixture is completely boiling so that later it can set perfectly into jelly pudding.


- Step 3

Remove the carrot mixture, stir briefly to remove hot steam, then transfer to pudding molds. Set aside.


- Step 4

Prepare a coconut milk mixture. Mix coconut milk with agar powder, sugar, and vanilla essence. Cook until it boils, stirring constantly.


- Step 5

After the coconut milk mixture boils, it's time for us to do an important task. Slowly add coconut milk mixture to the carrot mixture mold.


Use a soup spoon to pour the coconut milk mixture so as not to destroy the shape of the carrot mixture pudding.

Here, I'm not using the whole coconut milk mixture. So, I printed the rest coconut milk mixture on another pudding mold.

- Step 6

Once chilling down, put the jelly pudding in the refrigerator at least two hours before serving.


Carrot and Coconut Milk Jelly Pudding are ready to be served. Yummy and healthy!

We can see the carrot texture that creates the unique texture of this dessert. Like jelly that is chewy, but still soft like pudding.




As usual, my three nephews waited for me to finish the food photoshoot then ate this Carrot and Coconut Milk Jelly Pudding without remaining!

I want you to try this recipe at home. You can find ingredients for jelly according to your version, you don't have to use agar powder.


What do you think of my new dessert recipe? Don't forget to give feedback.

Thank you for reading my food blog and reblog if you want my recipe this time worthy of reading by others.


All pictures were taken with iPhone 11.

Best Regards,
Anggrek Lestari


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Anggrek Lestari is an Indonesian fiction writer who has published two major books. Now She is a full-time content creator. She has a goal to share food content that makes others happy and can get inspiration for foods that are easy to make and contain elements of health.
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Wow, this recipe is very is the first time I hear about a carrot jelly pudding. I like the striking color of the pudding and the texture looks amazing too.

I will write this recipe down in my list of pending recipes to make.

Yes, you have to try it. You can use gelatin too if you not a vegetarian.

I love jelly! Ok, well, I think just about everybody loves jelly. This dessert looks much better though. Because there are carrots in it too which tastes really good. If I ate this dessert, that's the day I can find out what the Easter bunny looks like hehe. I love it! :)

Kids in here really love it. :)

Thanks for stopping by

This looks tasty. My family and I love agar-agar jelly desserts. In the USA we make jelly from gelation sourced from pig bones, so I never eat jelly dishes there. In Southeast Asia I know agar-agar is the norm, and I think it does a much better job than gelatin.

Thanks for sharing chef.

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I really grateful here I have agar powder. Good for body too :)

Lovely transformation of the 'usual carrots'🥕🥕🥕, brilliant idea making them as jelly!

Thanks, chef!

Carrot jelly is something I can't say I have ever had or heard of before this post.

I think I may have to give this a go just to say I tried carrot jelly 🤣. Thanks for sharing

This is my first time too, making this jelly version :)

Thanks for stopping by

Oh wow @anggreklestari, this is taking the boring old carrot to another level, and so beautifully presented too! A definite must-try for me with my sweet tooth;)

Yeeep Mom. I try to create new one because I’m boring with old recipe :)

Somewhat it looked like Halwa....Indian winter deserts...

Yeah, I thought we have many same food ingredients :)

I’ve never seen anything like this. I’m very eager to try making a version of this jelly.

You just need to find Agar Powder first. Then, everything will run well. Or you can combine with gelatin :)

I’m vegan. Agar it is. 😊 thank you.

send some plz

Send you virtual :)

Wow! So simple, amazing and a new recipe for me!

Looks yummy.... I want it

This is an incredible idea. I never would think to do this but if they make cake out of carrots why not jelly? Of course!

It looks like a work of art my dear!

yes, I never would think about it. But the result is awesome. You have to try it. :)

Yes I am excited to do so!

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Wow, I will try this. Thank you for sharing your recipe.
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Aesthetic carrot. Yummy

Yuhuuuu :)