No bake cake my first recipe I made on my own. Easy to make and no oven required. The full flavor of the chocolate, the crunchy biscuit, the children all liked it!
Wow what a night. The Netherlands won in the soccer worldcup of Australia in a very exciting game. In any case, a lot more exciting than last Friday against Spain. And now we move on to Monday for the match against Chile (Chile is now playing against Spain, but my husband keeps the score-), you can not follow everything). And because we are in such a flow in the Netherlands, starting Friday snacks from around the world (cup) So there is something typically Australian, Spanish, Brazilian, Chilean and Dutch (of course).
But tomorrow we first start with the wrap-up of the children's party with a timetable. Because this is the last recipe in this series. And not just any recipe, but the first dish I was preparing myself: No bake cake. I think my mother thought at that time that was one of the most secure recipes for children.
This no bake cake is topped with Maltesers, but you can also top with something like m & m's, chunks of caramel or fudge. So every time you serve a different dish.
For this cake, melt the butter, chocolates and syrup au-bain-marie. That means that you hang a bowl in a pan of boiling water (on low heat). The bottom of the bowl should not touch the water. This will ensure that the ingredients just melt and not burn.
By wrapping the tin with a plastic foil you make sure that the cake can be easily released from the mold.
Up to 2 days in advance:
Make the no bake cake and store it, covered with plastic wrap, in the refrigerator until use.