This is a quick recipe of the yummiest dessert that will never let you down. Marie Biscuit Chocolate Cold Cake Recipe is amazing and fool-proof. I have made this since I was only 17. My brother had this dessert at his friend's place. He was so excited that he asked me to take recipe from his friend Jamila. He even brought all ingredients. And that's how I came to know of a yummy dessert.
I have served it to my guest as it is or with ice cream or in three layer dessert of cold cake, fudge brownie crumble and chocolate ice cream. You can also add your favourite chocolate (I have tried Kit Kat, Hershey's and galaxy) or nuts while cooking the sauce. So get creative and experiment with cold cake. Kids love it like crazy. And yes! the sauce is so chocolaty.
Sometimes, I make this sauce alone and use it for pouring on other desserts. You need to store the sauce in fridge and warm it before pouring. Marie biscuit cold cake stay good for a week or more. And best things about this recipe is ingredients. Cocoa powder, butter, eggs, sugar and Marie biscuit ; that's it and no condensed milk and no baking required. It's a simple fridge cake with Marie biscuit.
How to make Marie biscuit Chocolate Cold Cake
Measure ingredients and grease a 6' inch round baking dish with removable base.
Break Marie biscuit into large chunks.
Steps for chocolate sauce
Mix the butter and sugar in a thick bases pot with hand beater until well combined.
The sugar is still granular but it will melt upon heating.
Add in 2 two eggs and beat again.
Dump in cocoa powder and mix evenly.
Cook the chocolate mixture. First of all the sugar will dissolve then eggs will also cook to further thicken the sauce.
Mix in Marie biscuit chunks and mix well.
Transfer the cake mixture into greased pan. Cover with a cling wrap and cool in refrigerator for 3 hours.
Then cut the cake sharp knife and serve.
You can also serve with a scoop of vanilla or chocolate ice cream.
Another way of serving is put a layer of crumbled brownie on the cold cake while still in the pan. Flatten brownie layer so it sticks to cake.
Remove from pan and serve with ice cream. (I added only three scoops for photography but if serving whole cake in a glass dish, add 6-8 scoops of ice cream.)
Here's recipe of other simple and quick desserts
Marie biscuit Chocolate Cold Cake Recipe
- 1 family pack Marie Biscuit
- 100 grams butter, about ½ cup
- 1 cup sugar, granulated
- 2 eggs
- ½ cup cocoa powder
Optional Serving Accompaniments
- 1 liter ice cream, (chocolate or vanilla flavor)
- few nuts, for garnish
- 4 pieces brownie, if using
- Grease 6" round baking dish with removable bottom with butter. ( see notes)
- Break Marie biscuit into 5-6 pieces to form large chunks.
For Chocolate Sauce
- In a sauce pan, beat sugar and butter until well combined. Then add two eggs and beat again. Now, mix in cocoa powder.
- Heat the chocolate sauce on low heat. And cook until sugar is dissolved.
For Cold Cake
- Add Marie biscuit in chocolate sauce and mix well so Marie biscuit is coated with sauce.
- Put the cake mixture in the greased baking dish and refrigerate for 3 hours. Cold cake is ready.
Serving suggestions 1
- Remove the bottom of the pan and slice the cake with a sharp knife into eight pieces and serve each piece with a scoop of ice cream.
Serving suggestions 2
- Crumble some brownie on top of the cake. Remove the bottom of pan and slice the cake with sharp knife into eight pieces and serve each piece with a scoop of ice cream.