Wednesday, October 28, 2015

No Bake Walnut Chocolate Fudge-No Bake Biscuit Cake Recipe

I love no bake desserts as they are quick and easy to make. I have long time back posted a no bake chocolate recipe but this is slightly different which I found it here. I tried it and loved it very much, hence sharing it here. Today we will learn how to make No Bake Chocolate Fudge/Biscuit Cake with walnuts following this easy recipe with step wise pictures.

No bake chocolate fudge cake

No Bake Chocolate Fudge-No bake Biscuit Cake

No Bake Chocolate Fudge-No bake Biscuit cake

 Prep Time : 10 mins
 Cook Time : 10 mins 
 Serves: 6-7
 Recipe CategoryDessert-Chocolate Fudge
 Recipe CuisineInternational

   Ingredients needed

   Semi Sweet chocolate chips (small) - 2 1/4 cup
   Walnuts - 2 cups
   Ritz crackers - 20
   Butter - 150 grams
   Raisins - 3 tbsp
   Aluminium disposable tray


Keep all the ingredients ready.

easy chocolate fudge

Break walnuts into small pieces using your hands. Do not blend or powder it.

no bake biscuit cake recipe

Put the biscuits inside a plastic cover or keep it between 2 plastic sheets and pound it with a rolling pin as shown in the picture above.

Now in a bowl, mix together walnuts, crushed biscuits, raisins and keep it aside. This is the dry mixture (picture above).


Melt chocolate chips in a bowl over a pan of boiling water on low heat. Cook, stirring until smooth.

Add butter to it. Cook stirring until the butter melts completely and gets incorporated with the chocolate well. Switch off the heat.

chocolate fudge with walnuts

Now add the dry mixture to the chocolate and stir well to combine.

Spoon the mixture into a disposable aluminium mold/tray. Press and even the surface with a greased spoon.

No bake Biscuit Cake

Refrigerate for 2-3 hours or until set. Cut it into small pieces and enjoy!!

Note - The color of the fudge will change according to the chocolate chip used.

If you do not have disposable aluminium tray, you can grease and line a baking tin with parchment paper with the paper extending above the edges of the pan, so that it is easy to remove/lift the fudge.

Storage and shelf life - Store it in an air tight container in the refrigerator. Stays good for more than a week.

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  1. what are ritz crackers ? any substitutes ?

  2. Which biscuits are to b used nd in vat quantity?

  3. Loved your simple style of presenting the no bake recipe. Thanks a ton for sharing.

  4. Hi padhu, your all receipies are very delicious.I tried your latest quick appam receipe. It came out well.All the best.

  5. Hi Padhu,

    This looks delicious. Is there a replacement for Ritz Crackers you can suggest which is more easily available in India?


    1. Madhavi, Shalini, Varun - You can use any digestive biscuits or even marie biscuits. Check this no bake chocolate fudge with marie biscuits

  6. Can we use the chocolate bought for making ganache


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