Super Easy No-Bake Biscuit Cake Recipe

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Do your kids like cooking? Carla and Renan love cooking. Both can cook easy stuff like pancakes almost all by themselves. Carla usually helps me cut up vegetables for soup, and she also likes helping me making pasta sauce.

The other day we made gyoza (Japanese pan fried dumplings) from scratch, and the kids had so much fun kneading and playing with the dough to make gyoza skins. We made quite a mess but the dumplings were so tasty… Although perhaps not too clean since they kept dropping the dough on the floor 😛

Anyway, I’m not going to share our gyoza recipe today, but a much easier cake recipe that young kids can make 100% by themselves.

So, you need:

-A package of chocolate biscuits

-1 can of condensed milk*

-a bit of milk

-some whipping cream… can be a bit or a lot to suit your taste!

*If you want extra sauce, you can use 2 cans of condensed milk. If you don’t want it to be to sweet, can use 1/2 can of condensed milk and 1/2 can of evaporated milk, or 1 can of condensed milk and 1 can of evaporated milk for more sauce.

Now, let’s get to work!

-Dip the biscuits in milk to soften them.

cake1-Put the biscuits in a baking dish. You can crush them a bit. At this point Renan was putting more biscuits in his mouth than in the dish…

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-Mix condensed milk and whipping cream, pour the mixture on the biscuits.

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-Put it in the fridge, leave it for at least 1 hour.

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-Enjoy! The cake doesn’t look too pretty, but it tastes really yummy….

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