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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Unbaked Chocolate Biscuit Cake

Unbaked Chocolate Biscuit Cake

Here is a recipe for an unbaked chocolate biscuit cake, similar to the one being made for the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.


- 12 ounces of chocolate (eating chocolate not cooking chocolate - milk or dark according to taste)
- 4 ounces of butter or margarine
- One ordinary can of condensed milk
- One or two packets of crushed digestive biscuits (you can use ginger biscuits, chocolate covered digestive biscuits or rich tea biscuits if you prefer)


Place 6 oz of chocolate, 4 oz of butter or margarine, and the contents of one can of condensed milk in a bowl on top of a saucepan 1/3rd full of water

Heat the water (not to boiling point) over a low heat

Stir the contents of the bowl

Melt the chocolate and blend the ingredients

Remove it from the heat

Stir in the biscuits

Line a cake tin with foil or clingfilm.

Tip the mixture into the tin and smooth it over

Chill in the fridge for 4 - 6 hours

When chilled and firm, turn the cake out onto a plate

Melt the remaining chocolate, and pour or spread it onto the top of the cake.

Note: the more finely crushed the biscuits, the more "solid" the unbaked chocolate cake.

Note: for an "adult" version of the unbaked chocolate cake, add a little vodka or rum to the mixture (according to taste).

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christinebeutner said...

Question for you , Ken -
I'm in the US... shall I use milk or dark chocolate?? (the "eating" chocolate )
Christine B in Denton, TX

Ken said...

Milk or dark Christine, according to your taste:)

Tonk. said...

Made it yesterday....delicious.

I used a 9"x5" tin and one packet of digestives (500g) whizzed up in my processor.

I intend to make another, but with a good slug of Cherry Brandy in it...

MH Media Online said...

If you were in the UK Christine I'd suggest using both, as using some dark chocolate would inevitably counteract the effects of the wicked milk chocolate.