no bake lazy cake: 4 ingredients in 4 minutes


lazy cake

Lazy cake, gateau froid or biscuits au chocolat… Opt for a name, meanwhile i will be done preparing it! Seriously 4 minutes!

  • 200g dark chocolate
  • 200g nutella
  • 50g butter
  • 40 pieces Marie biscuit

In a heatproof bowl place the dark chocolate (cut in small pieces) with nutella and butter and heat it for 1.5 minute in the microwave. Take it out and mix it well until all ingredients melt and incorporate.

Crush each biscuit in 4 and toss in the chocolate sauce. Marie biscuit is similar to tea biscuits, you find it in many brands like Mcvitie’s, Tiffany, Britannia… and for Lebanese you know our famous ghandour 555!! it reminds me of my childhood and the famous “biscuit w raha”.

Fold gently so you don’t crush the biscuits in tiny pieces until all of them are well coated. Line a loaf pan with plastic wrap to put the biscuits and chocolate, this way it will have a rectangular shape, easy to cut. Depending on how thick you want your cake to be, use the convenient mold size, mine is 11¨. With the back of a spoon (or your hand) shape the mixture in the loaf pan.

lazy cake

Refrigerate at least for 3 hours, take it out, unwrap, cut in slices using a sharp knife and enjoy!

lazy cake

Some people like to sprinkle over icing sugar before serving and others coconut powder… You can try if you are one of those lovers.

lazy cake

This cake stays well up to one week in the freezer, ours didn’t survive the time i wrote the post 🙂

lazy cake

 

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