This cake is so easy to make! but needs a lot of patience..u see why when i describe the process below...i've tried it twice...first time they fudge didnt harden in the fridge cause i didnt add eggs...and the 2nd try was a success...SUPER DELICIOUS..AND SUPER EASY!! A NO BAKE CAKE AGAIN! YIPEE
100 GRAMS (3/4 CUP) MILO
25 GRAMS ( 1/4 CUP) COCOA POWDER
125 ML (1/2 CUP) BOILING WATER
190 GRAMS(3/4 CUP) BUTTER, CUT INTO LARGE CHUNKS
200 GRAMS ( 1/2 TIN) SWEETENED CONDENSED MILK
110 GRAMS (1/2 CUP) WHITE GRANULATED SUGAR
5 EGGS, LIGHTLY BEATEN
1/2 TEASPOON VANILLA EXTRACT
1 PACKET MARIE BISCUIT
- Roughly break each biscuits into quaters and set aside.
- Line the base and two long sides of a deep loaf tin with baking paper.
- Grease or line both short sides with a small pices of baking paper like this
- Then slowly add boiling water to milo and cocoa in a saucepan, stirring until the mixture is smooth.
- Place over moderate heat and cook .
* KEEP STIRRING ALL THE TIME WITH A WHISK OR WOODEN SPOON UNTIL YOU FEEL THE BOTTOM STARTS TO THICKEN ABOUT 5 MINUTES
* TURN HEAT DOWN TO LOW, AND CONTINUE TO COOK. STIRRING WITHOUT STOPPING..AND I MEAN IT! HAHAHA..U HAVE TO KEEP ON STIRRING..THIS PART IS THE IRRITATING PART!!..STIR FOR ABOUT 20 MINUTES OR MORE UNTIL A THICK CUSTARD FORMS. I think it took me nearly 25-30 mins for it to form
- Add butter, sweetened condensed milk. sugar. lightly beaten eggs and vaniall in a saucepan
- Then transfer the thick custard to a large mixing bowl , add quatered biscuits and mix all of the biscuits untiil its all coated with custards
-Lastly transfer the mixture to the prepared tin . Press down firmly so there are no air pockets in the mixture. Remember to bang the tin on the bench a couple of times so that its set. and fold the paper extensions on the top and press down to even the surface. Let it cook to the touch.
- Place into the refrigerator to chill for at least 4 hours or preferably overnight.
- When the cake is firm, use the paper extensions and pull the cake out of the tin. You might have to loosen the paper by sticking the knife around the cake in the tin. Slice and serve with coffee or tea!!!!
i love the patterns the marie biscuit creates! super interesting..and yum..
The end product shoudl be a fluffy fudge chocalate cake...and the marie biscuit will have a cake texture to it....if u get this result..THEN ITS RIGHT!!..If u stir the mixture lesser than the recommended time..it will not harden..this is the mistake i've done in my first trial..
Anyways Happy Trying!