Klim tart

june 247

I never knew Klim powder existed, until Diwali, when most of the recipes asked for the ingredient Klim powder.

After Diwali, I had a couple of packets of klim over that I had no idea what to do with it, so I thought of using it like one would use cremora powder… seeing as it is also a milk powder.

And in the process I discovered that you can actually substitute Klim for cremora in a tart and it tastes just mouth-watering delicious, even if I have to say so myself.


  • 1 x 200g packet tennis biscuits.
  • 100g x margarine, melted.
  • 250g x Klim powder.
  • 125ml x boiling water.
  • 1 x can condense milk.
  • 125ml a lemon juice.


june 248

  • Mix the crushed tennis biscuits with the melted margarine, until well combined and press down into the bottom of a greased 20cm round loose bottom cake tin.
  • In a bowl, whisk together the Klim powder with boiling water, until a smooth batter is achieved.
  • Add the condense milk and milk.
  • Add the lemon juice and whisk until the mixture starts to thicken.
  • Pour the batter over the biscuit layer.
  • Decorate as you like and pop into the fridge to chill over night. I decorated mine with coloured almond nibblers

2 thoughts on “Klim tart

  1. Aruna says:

    I went to look up what Klim was, especially after you said most Diwali sweets used it, only to discover it was milk powder. 😀

    The Tart looks very inviting.

    • chillibitten28 says:

      Thank you so much yes. It is milk powder, but I tried it with another Milk powder, Cremora and it didn’t combine as well. Cremora is a little more sweeter than Klim.

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