How to make lazy cake? This refrigerated cake-like sweet is very famous back home in Jordan. It is not a real cake actually, no flour or egg is used, no baking is required, so it’s so easy that anyone can make, that’s why it’s called “Lazy Cake”. It can be prepared and kept in the freezer to take it out in any emergency unexpected visits, that your guests will be surprised how you made it that fast with that great chocolaty taste
Ingredients36 Marie biscuits, coarsely crushed 125gm butter, melted 6 tbsp Powdered sugar 6 tbsp unsweetened dark cocoa 1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk 100gm melted cooking chocolate (I added this in last time i made Lazy cake, can do without) …….
Method Cake · Add all the above ingredients (except the biscuits) in a large microwave-safe dish and heat it in the microwave for 1 and half minutes. - Once you take out of the microwave, mix all the contents well until everything melts to result in a runny mixture. Keep it aside. - Place the biscuits in a zip lock bag and crush them to small pieces with the back of a large spoon or even with your hand. Crush one packet at a time. · Add the crushed biscuits into the chocolate mixture and mix well until all the biscuits are coated in chocolate. · Pour the chocolate biscuit mixture into a Pyrex dish/tray and refrigerate for 2 hours.
Lazy Cakes Relaxation BrowniesA dozen of these individually wrapped chocolate goodies, and you should be good to go for 2 weeks of relaxation and pleasant times. Delicious and relaxing. It takes about 10-15 minutes for the relaxing chocolate goodness to set in, but after that, we felt super, super, super relaxed for about two hours. “No Drugs "all Natural” 50 STATE LEGAL! Place the display box on your counter and watch your sales go up, up, up! Fastest growing market segment
Relaxation Brownies? Lazy Cakes is two ounces of sleeping medication masquerading as a chocolate brownie – an attempt at a “natural pot” brownie, as it’s advertising implies. It contains a warning on the back, four separate lines within a bracket of one quarter of an inch, lines small enough that children will not see them and presbyopic adults won’t be able to read them. The manufacturers declare their industrial brownie “is not designed to diagnose, cure or prevent any illness”; is recommended for adults only; should not be eaten without ‘consulting a physician’ by anyone on prescription medication or who is pregnant or nursing; and should not be mixed with alcohol.So I decided to take the Lazy Cakes Challenge and try a few morsels of the special stuff myself. First I plunked down $3.99 plus tax at the local convenience store in downtown Sarasota, Fl. Here are a few particulars: