Chocolate Set Jelly

easy Chocolate Jelly recipe – No-bake – Egg-free – YUMMY DESSERT FOR ANY OCCASION

Chocolate Jelly

Let’s make in this yummy, jiggly, chocolaty, jelly dessert and indulge in it!

You know that fresh milk and chocolates are a combination of utter comfort and mood-lifting therapy! They are the main ingredients in this recipe and you will love the melt in the mouth feeling of this velvety dessert pudding!

Super easy to make and there is no baking or steaming involved. Drizzle a bit of chocolate sauce if you prefer to give it a luxurious appearance!

Remember to wash the dish with cold tap water before pouring the mixture into it. This tip will allow you to cut neat pieces and serve them without any broken edges. The other important tip is that you must place the dish in the fridge overnight, which in turn will bring out the real fudge-like texture.

chocolate jelly dessert

Gather the following ingredients;

Milk chocolates ( I used Cadbury milk chocolate for this recipe)100 g
Fresh milk1 1/2 Cups
Water1 cup
Gelatine 3 tbsp + 6tbsp water
Cocoa powder1 tbsp
White sugar5 tbsp
Vanilla essence

Let’s make it;

  • Mix gelatine and water and keep aside until gelatine is soft
  • Meanwhile, pour milk and water into a wide pan
  • Into the same pan, add cocoa powder, white sugar and chocolates
  • Boil
  • Reduce the flame and add the soften gelatine
  • Boil
  • Reduce flame, add vanilla, cover and simmer for 3 mins. This will help in dissolving chocolates quickly
  • Wash a Pyrex dish or any glass dish in cold water and pour the liquid jelly into the dish
  • Leave to cool completely
  • Place in the fridge (Ideally overnight)
  • Cut into neat squares
  • Serve in pretty dessert cups, drizzled with chocolate sauce or syrup
  • Yummy!
chocolate fudge cake

Chocolate Fudge Cake – A velvety chocolaty cake for any occassion

cake Oozing with creamy chocolate melts, this fudge cake will set your mouth watering, Just by seeing before you take a bite out of it!  You can make the fudge cream on the previous day and store it in the fridge to make the process easier and quicker.  Just heat up the fudge in the microwave for 10 seconds to melt and pour over the cake.  Easy !!!

This cake could be served as a dessert after an elaborated supper. Your guests will love to relax on the sofa and indulge in this divine treat  while listening to some Jazz.  And you will not fail to sigh in contentment and pride !!!

Three cheers to this beauty!!!

cake2-300x223 What you need:

Self raising flour 300 g
Butter/Margarine/Stork spread 300 g
Caster sugar 300 g
Eggs 5
Baking powder 1 tsp
Cocoa powder 4 tbsp
Salt 2 pinches  (a must)
Lemon 1 tsp
Double cream 2 tbsp
 Milk  1 tbsp

Let’s make it: Set the oven to 180 C . (Temperature conversion for ovens is given under Tips)

  • Beat butter and sugar together until creamy,  using an electric hand mixer.  This will take approximately  3 mins. Make sure you beat clockwise.
  • Add eggs, one at a time. Make sure you beat well after each addition.
  • Add vanilla essence,  lemon juice, salt and beat for two rounds.
  • Mix baking powder,  flour and cocoa powder and sieve onto the cake batter, holding the sieve well above it, allowing the air to escape.
  • Do not use the electric mixer at this point.  Fold the flour gently with a wooden spoon until everything turns into a creamy batter.
  • Add double cream and milk.  Mix all together.
  • Line up a baking tray with parchment paper and spoon the batter into the baking tray and flatten with a spatula.
  • Lift up the tray and drop it twice onto your kitchen-top gently, allowing the batter to spread and settle evenly on the try.
  • Pop it in to the oven for 20-30 mins depending on your oven.
  • Insert a skewer into the middle of the cake and if it comes clean,  your cake is ready.
  • Take it out from the oven and let it rest for 10 mins.
  • Slowly remove from the tray and place it on a cooling rack.  Let the cake cool down completely.
  • Dip a long bread knife in hot water, wipe clean and slice the cake into two slices.  Cut the cake into four and then slice if you find it is difficult to slice the full cake.
  • Your cake must cool off completely to lay fudge on top.  This will take upto 2 hrs.

Let’s make the Fudge now. Get the following ingredients ready:

 Icing sugar 1/2 cup
Double cream 1/4 cup
Butter/Stork spread 50 g
Milk chocolate buttons 110 g
Cocoa powder 3 tbsp

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  • In a small glass bowl place chocolate drops, butter and double cream.
  • Place a wider pan on stove and  fill it with  hot  water.
  • Dip the small glass bowl into the wide pan.
  • Stir slowly until chocolates melt along with butter and cream.
  • If the chocolates are hard, heat up the pan with water under very light flame.
  • Add sieved icing sugar and cocoa powder.
  • Take out from the pan and stir until you are left with a creamy chocolaty melt.
  • Leave to cool.
  • With the help of a flat knife or spatula pat the creamy chocolate melt onto the bottom layer of the cake.  Place the top layer, remove the upper crust with a help of a long knife and press down softly so that both layers stick together properly.
  • Pour chocolate cream on the  top layer.  Let it slide from top and drip down.
  • Sprinkle some decorative sprinkles or you can simply shave a  white chocolate to have nice white curly shaves on top.
  • Enjoy !

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