No-Bake Cocoa Biscuit Cake Recipe

With it being National Cocoa Day I wanted to find you a delicious recipe for you to try out so when I found this recipe for cocoa biscuit cake I was impressed at how this recipe looks and I was intrigued about the sound of it

A very simple but extremely delicious dessert recipe. If you use two different colors of biscuit, it will have a different shape and color when you serve it! Petit beurre cake is very healthy and fresh for summer diners!


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On medium heat, transfer the sugar into a large pot Add flour Add starch And cocoa Add the milk Mix it and finally add an egg yolk Add butter and vanilla powder (or syrup) Make sure it all mixes well When it starts boiling, turn the heat off and leave in room tempature for cooling down When it cools down, start spreading chocolate sauce on biscuites and place them into a deep tray Keep in freezer for around 8 hours or overnight You can use leftover chocolate sauce to cover sides of your cake
6.5 oz (185 g) petit beurre biscuit with cocoa
6.5 oz (185g) petit beurre biscuite classic
1 ½ cups sugar
1 lt (4 cups) milk
2/3 cup of flour
1 tbs. corn starch
1 tbs. Butter
4 tbs. Cocoa
1 egg
1 tbs. Vanilla powder
2 tbs shredded coconut



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National Cocoa Day

National Cocoa Day


The National Cocoa Day is celebrated on December 13. This food day is a perfect occasion to indulge yourself with a cup of hot cocoa or some chocolate confections.

Cocoa powder often referred to as simply cocoa is made of cocoa solids which remain after the extraction of cocoa butter from cacao bins. Cocoa is rich in flavor antioxidants. It is a key ingredient of chocolate. Cocoa powder is used to make hot cocoa, also known as hot chocolate.

Hot chocolate can be made with cocoa powder, shaved chocolate, or melted chocolate combined with heated milk or water, and sugar. The first cocoa beverage is believed to have been created by the Maya people around two thousand years ago. Of course, it has undergone considerable changes since then.

To celebrate the National Cocoa Day, make a cup or two of cocoa to enjoy. Here is a simple hot cocoa recipe. Whisk together 2 tbs of cocoa powder (unsweetened), 1 to 2 tbs sugar, 2 tbs milk and a pinch of salt in a small saucepan over medium-low heat. Make sure that sugar and cocoa are dissolved completely.

Whisk in 1 cup of milk and heat over medium heat until hot, whisking occasionally. Stir in 1/4 tsp vanilla extract. If you have lactose intolerance, you can substitute cow milk with almond, soy, or rice milk.


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