You can buy ready-made cakes from the market, but there’s nothing quite like baking one at home. Not really into baking, you say? Well, don’t worry. These hassle-free no-bake cakes are not only delicious, but also eliminate the fear of undercooking or overcooking making you look effortlessly good.
1. Chocolate Freezer Cake
Don’t feel like whisking flour, butter and egg batter? Don’t. This three-ingredient cake needs just five minutes of prep time. Heat milk, melt chocolate chips and mix. Make a base of crackers, spread chocolate and milk mix and freeze it for three hours. Voila, your cake is ready.
2. Chocolate Biscuit Cake
Ever thought of making a cake with digestive biscuits? Well, here you go. Break some biscuits, mix it with milk, chocolate powder and sugar, add some roasted nuts and let it set in the refrigerator for an hour. A cake is ready but of course, you can add whipped cream or choco spread on the top.
3. Oreo Cheesecake
Just get a pack of Oreo, cream cheese, whipping cream, unsalted butter, icing sugar and vanilla essence. Crush the Oreo biscuits and mix it with melted butter. This will create the base of your cake. Now, mix your cream cheese and whipping cheese and sugar, to make the top of the base.
4. Magnolia Banana Pudding
Expecting guests at home? This banana pudding will surely be hit at the party. All you need to do is mix vanilla pudding mix, water, condensed milk and refrigerate for a while, then add whisked heavy cream. Cut bananas in slices and keep it aside. Take a jar and place some cookies inside, add banana slices, add pudding mix and refrigerate it for six hours.
Vanilla pudding mix
5. Chocolate Molten Lava Cake
This two-ingredient recipe is not only easy to make, but looks delicious too. All you need to do is make a dough out of digestive biscuit crumbs and liquid chocolate (don’t add water) and give it a shape by putting in a mould. Now, fill liquid chocolate and cover it. Your cake is ready.
Digestive biscuit crumbs
6. Chocolate Cookies
This might sound a tough job, but trust us, this one is the easiest of all. Take a double-boiler pan and melt brown sugar, butter and chocolate. Mix well, now add crushed crackers. Once mixed well, spread a butter paper and drop a tablespoon of batter. Let it freeze for one hour. Enjoy cookies with some hot milk.
7. Swiss Roll
This easy, quick and tasty snack needs a little patience. You can use any biscuits from Parle G to Marie. First of all, make a dough out of biscuits, coffee powder, chocolate syrup and butter. Once done, keep it aside. Now mix sugar, cardamom powder and butter to make the filling. Roll the dough and spread the sugar filling. Roll it as tight as you can. Now refrigerate it for four to five hours.