Caakiri is an African couscous pudding that is eaten in countries such as Senegal, Angola, and Cameroon. Traditionally it was made with millet, but couscous became a more popular choice. Think of this as a rice pudding, but with couscous. This dessert is dairy heavy, but is well balanced in sweetness. The combination of the orange blossom water, cinnamon, and nutmeg have a particular aroma that permeates through your nose when you eat it. This couscous pudding is best served right after it’s made.