Cake .. Pudding or what ?

Yay !!! Congratulate me, I just baked refrigerated my first Cake Pudding (As Namitha puts it). Whatever it is I We Loved it ! IMG_3724

One of my co-SIL had mentioned about this recipe quite long back but I totally forgot about it till I saw it here. (Look out for the details in the original recipe) I planned to prepare it over the weekend and brought Marie biscuits as mentioned but totally forgot about the Cocoa Powder; and so at the last moment thought of substituting it with molten Chocolate bar.So this adaption also goes to Nupur’s Blog Bite 3 Adaption. IMG_3719

I Google searched for melting a chocolate bar – there were couple of videos and write ups but I preferred my original way :P – I boiled the milk +sugar and went on adding couple of chocolate pieces at a time; stirring vigorously. Done – the molten chocolate should be thick enough. I used Swedish Choco Bar – The Foodie had brought it couple of months back from Finland – these had Almond Croquants and helped to give the rich taste.

Just Dip each Marie biscuit into this dip and keep it one over other – like Lagori :P  Refrigerate it till the chocolate freezes – slice and serve cold.  IMG_3723

I had poured remaining chocolate over the cake hence the dripping look.

There was no single reason for us to celebrate with sweet – may be Akshay Trutiya :D They say whatever you buy on this day is never diminishing – though I prepared this sweet it din’t even last a Day … do try it out ;)

This also goes to No Bake Cake event by Aparna.marie

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Comments

  1. Congrats dear. The no bake cake looks yummy, who would not love to indulge in chocolate..

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  2. Beautiful marie cake, makes me drool Kanchan...awesome work..

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  3. yummmmmmmmmmmmy mouth wateing and tempting cake.

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  4. Great sweet dish Kanchan...looks so good....I like your presentation :)

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  5. Incredibly simple dessert.Marie biscuits and dark chocolate both are my favorite snack time treats,never thought of combining them though,sounds yum :D

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  6. This has been in my to-do-list for a long time now.. Dh wud go gaga for this.. :)
    Looks simply delicious dear!!

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  7. I loved this one too in namitha's blog..superb & tempting clicks kanchan, very nice...

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  8. Congrats on ur bake. Lovely and simple dessert.

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  9. Wow, they have come out so well, just like the original one. Now, you guys are tempting me, I too should try it out.

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  10. simply great ....a very different sweet for akshay tritiya...is thr any alternative for marie biscuits ...??

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  11. Very innovative way to make this dessert,simply delicious and ever so chocolatey.My 1st visit here following your blog, do drop by simplyfood.

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  12. yum yum yum my maa used to make this but she would have added some grated coconut to the creamy mix. looks delish and congrats on the no bake cake.

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  13. I hav seen this too,but not yet tried so far,looks sinful! Without baking! man one should sure try this :)

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  14. oh looks mouthwatering kanchan..and its so eays no?

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  15. @Pari,
    @Priya,
    @kitchen queen,
    @Gita,
    thanks dear ! :) :)

    @Yasmeen,
    Even I had never thought of this, especially making the most healthy biscuit so full of chocolate

    @Rohini,
    :D Do try, we were delighted with the output.

    @sushma,
    @ms. Chitchat,
    Thanku !

    @Priya,
    Do give it a try its just 15 minutes cake, yet sinful !

    @ss,
    Ha ha .. just an occasion for the desert ;)
    I guess marie can be easily replaced with any other biscuit which is equally crispy one.

    @Simply.fod,
    Thanks dear ! hope to see you often around.

    @Sayantani,
    Oh coconut here – that seems new will try it this way next time ..

    @Raks,
    Yups .. very easy one .. quite delectable.

    @munchcrunchandsuch,
    Thanks !

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  16. Congarts kanchan..this looks so tempting cake.

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  17. Wow...They look wonderful !! Glad that you all loved it :-)

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  18. Wow it looks yummy and finger-licking. Looks sooo delicious...

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  19. Its finger licking good.I m drooling here....cake/pudding looks inviting n tempting......
    Drop in sometime

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  20. I also make this but do have a different version.

    Yours look very yummy!! nice click.

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  21. Here after a long break !! Looks so yummy and also very simple .

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  22. Looks real mouthwatering. No bake pudding looks superb. My SIL also makes it, but never tried it myself.

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  23. @panchpakwan,
    @Shriya,
    Thanks !

    @Gulmohar,
    Thanks to you...for wonderful recipe :)

    @chaitra,
    Thanks for dropping by … hope to see you often around :D

    @chakhlere,
    Oh .. would love to check out your version too ..

    @Padhu,
    Yeah .. you were missed around ! Thanks.

    @Lakshmi,
    Quite simple infact, do give it a try.

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  24. that looks awesome... simple and delicious

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  25. wow this looks great - but I am amazed you have marie biscuits - I thought they were Australian as I have never seen them elsewhere - now I am curious about them

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