Lazy Cake - Chocolate Biscuits
|Categories:||Cakes, Cookies, Chocolate, Quick & Easy|
|Keywords:||biscuit, cocoa, lazy|
|1/3 c||cocoa powder, unsweetened|
|4 1/2 oz||butter|
|1/2 tsp||vanilla extract|
|70-90||store-bought biscuits (plain butter biscuits or mcvities digestive)|
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Directions-Crush or break the biscuits very coarsely (break each biscuit into 4 or 2 depending on its size)
-Set aside-Mix all ingredients together in a pot, stir them just to combine.
-Put the pot on the stove, turn it on, then start mixing until the ingredients blend well and start melting, keep on mixing until you see the chocolate mix starts to simmer (it shouldn't boil).
-Turn off the flame.
-Add the biscuits to the hot chocolate mix and with a big spoon mix all ingredients together, until all the biscuits are well coated with chocolate.-Transfer the lazy cake preparation onto a plastic sheet (you can cut open a clean plastic bag to a rectangular shape and put it on your kitchen counter).
-Start pushing with the bag on the cake mix until you form a log-like shape (cylinder shape).
-Close tightly the plastic bag and put the lazy cake in the freezer for at about 2 hours, until it firms up very well.
-Take the lazy cake from the freezer, cut it into slices and enjoy!
*keep the rest in the fridge in an air tight container.