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Quick Sunday coffee cake

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Sunday is the only day off from work for many people. Most people want to spend this time with their family, pursuing their passion or simply relaxing. The ideal idea for a day off is to making a delicious and a simple cake. In this article, we will present two simple recipes for coffee desserts.

Quick Sunday coffee cake - Snickers

The snickers cake is made up of biscuits and kajmak and nut paste. It is delicious, simple and quick cake - without baking! So this is the perfect dessert idea for people who don't have an oven in their kitchen.

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Snickers

Ingredients needed to prepare the dough:

- 720 g biscuits,
- 1 can (510 g) vanilla-flavoured fudge or kajmak mass
- 70 g fried and salted peanuts,
- 150 g peanut butter,
- 200 g butter or vegetable butter.

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Ingredients for preparing the pudding:

- 1 litre of milk,
- 2 egg yolks,
- 3 full tablespoons of wheat flour,
- 3 full tablespoons of potato flour,
- 2/3 cup sugar,

Ingredients for preparing the topping:

- 100 g dessert chocolate,
- 2 tbsp vegetable oil.

How to make a snickers pie?

With all the above ingredients in place, we can move on to preparing the cake. To begin with, make the pudding by mixing one cup of milk with the egg yolks, wheat and potato flours and sugar with a spatula. Boil the remaining milk (until it bubbles) and then pour into it the milk you have just prepared. milk solidsMix in the flour, egg yolks (stirring vigorously). Once boiling, the finished pudding should be removed from the heat, transferred to a clean bowl and cooled completely. You can cover the mixture with cling film to avoid the formation of dross. Once the pudding is made, move on to preparing the cream. Beat the soft butter for about three minutes and then start adding the cooled pudding very slowly. Finally, mix everything with half of the kajmak mixture and all of the peanut butter. The final step in preparing the snickers cake is the filling. To do this, prepare a larger tin (preferably square or rectangular so that the biscuits and the mixture are easier to arrange) and line it with baking paper. The layering should start with the biscuits and then the cream. You should get four or five such layers. Of course, you can create more, it all depends on individual preference. Keep in mind that the last layer of biscuits needs to be smeared with the remaining cream mixture and then everything should be topped with melted chocolate and oil (or butter) and sprinkled with nuts. Finally, put the finished cake in the fridge to chill. It is best to prepare such a cake the day before, but after an hour in the fridge or freezer it is perfect in taste. If you want to add variety to your recipe, it is a good idea to add a layer of saltine crackers instead of one layer of biscuits. You will need one packet of them for this.

Quick Sunday Coffee Cake - Chocolate

Chocolate cake is a classic. It is a dessert loved by most people and is extremely quick and easy to prepare.

Quick Sunday coffee cake
Chocolate cake

The ingredients needed to make this cake:

- 80 g butter,
- 100 g dark or dessert chocolate (slightly bitter 50%),
- 1/2 cup (125 ml) of milk,
- 2 eggs,
- 150 g (3/4 cup) sugar,
- 150 g (1 cup) flour,
- 1 teaspoon baking powder.

Ingredients for preparing the topping:

- 100 g chocolate,
- 25 g butter.

How do you make a chocolate cake?

At the very beginning of preparing the chocolate cake, remove the eggs from the fridge so that they come to room temperature. Then line a cake tin (any shape) with baking paper and fasten the rim. Preheat the oven to 175 degrees Celsius. The next step is to place the butter and the previously crushed chocolate in a pot. Then you need to heat the mixture until it melts into a smooth chocolate mixture. Then remove the chocolate and butter from the heat add the milk slowly (while stirring). In a bowl, beat the eggs with the sugar (this will take about four minutes) until fluffy. In another bowl, sift the flour, add the baking powder to it and mix very well. Add the previously beaten eggs to the same bowl and mix (or blend with a mixer) to form a uniform batter. Once you have the mixture ready, pour it into the cake tin, place it in the preheated oven and bake for about forty-five minutes. To make sure the cake is ready, use a wooden stick to check that it is dry. If you stick it into the cake and wet custard settles on it, this means that the dessert is still not ready. While the cake is in the oven we have time to prepare the chocolate frosting. Put the broken chocolate and the chopped butter into a pot. Stir everything over a low heat until it melts. You can also use the microwave for this, but the result may not be as satisfactory. Optionally, after pouring the chocolate glaze over the cake, you can sprinkle it with coconut shavings or pieces of almond or any other toppings you like best. Now you know two recipes for quick cakes.

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