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Eggless Cookie/Biscuit Crumble Refridgerator Cake: No Bake Cake

Written By Srimathi Mani on Friday, October 10, 2008 | 6:15 PM

Have you ever had Marie biscuit or any other cracker types sitting in your shelf for a while? Yeah! I have always had rolls of them at home and sometimes I let them get soft and stale. This time I found a good use for it and converted them into something very tasty, crumbly and crunchy. This no bake cake takes 5 minutes to make but longer to set to be cut into a cake. I liked to eat it as soon as it is prepared because it is warm and perfect as it was cold outside today. However, I did allow it to settle down to be cut into a cake.




Gadgets:

Wok
Spatula
Prepared Square Tray
Measuring cups and Spoons
Wax Paper


Ingredients:



Butter - 1/2 cup
Powdered Sugar - 1 cup
Cocoa Powder - 1 1/2 tsp
Walnuts - 1 cup chopped
Vanilla - 1 tsp
Marie biscuit - 25 or crumbled cookie, biscuit, cracker - 2 cups


Preparation:

1. Crumble the marie biscuit or any other kinds that you might have with your hands into small pieces or put the biscuits in a ziploc bag and ask your kids to break them with a rolling pin.

2. In the wok ad butter and sugar and melt. When it melts add cocoa, vanilla, biscuit and walnuts.


3. Pour this mix into a prepared tray and spread it out with a flat. Cut with a knife and put it in the fridge to set for 6 hours and it is pure heaven.

4. Serve it with ice cream, with tea or coffee. A pure treat.

12 comments:

  1. what a nice way to use leftover cookies! the cake looks delicious and mouth-watering.

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  2. that sounds like an interesting recipe...eggless and easy to make

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  3. I am going to make this for diwali :) .. loved the recipe.. first time here.

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  4. Thank you Uma, Priyanka and mahimaa. Please do try. I liked it a lot. Will buy marie biscuit for making this here after.

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  5. Srimathi,
    You are awesome! what a creative way to use the stale biscuits!!
    I cant wait to try coz it is eggless and simple to make :)..

    -Shuba

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  6. Looks delicious,normally I rarely have leftover cookies,but will keep some so that I can try this sometime :)

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  7. That's so neat that you made a tasty cake using cookies :). I bet it has great flavor and crunch. I'd like to include your recipe on our blog, please let me know if you're interested!

    Sophie, Key Ingredient Chief Blogger
    sophie@keyingredient.com

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  8. Wow!! Its amazing. Really nice way of using the left over cookies and serving something delicious.

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  9. Wow!! Amazing. A really creative way of using the left over cookies and serving something delicious.

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  10. hey! this recipe sounds very intresting! im only 16 and i would like to make this for my family..just wish it goes good =)

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  11. Can we use almonds in place of walnuts

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  12. Very nice but can we use almonds in place of walnuts

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