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Easy and Quick No-bake Desserts that You can Make this Festive Season

Satisfy your sweet tooth and entertain guests without touching the oven

It's that time of the year when you have to entertain guests or if your friends or neighbours are hosting parties and you have been put in charge of desserts. If you feel prepping a dessert is too much hard work, then here's a bit of good news for you. We have got chefs to put together some super easy yet delectable oven-free recipes. Whether you prefer easy chocolate recipes or a cheesecake, we have you covered. Here's something we are sure you would want to make.

Biscoff cheesecake

dessert

Ingredients

Raw Ingredients

65gm Butter

150gm Lotus biscuit

Cheese cake filling

250 gm Cream cheese

50 gm Icing sugar

125gm Biscoff spread

3gm Vanilla essence

150gm Amul cream

2 nos Biscoff biscuit ( for garnishing)

50gm Biscoff spread

 

Method

Take cream cheese and sugar, cream it well. Then add whipped Amul cream and biscoff spread.

Mix it well and at last, add vanilla essence. Pour it into a cheesecake mould.

Keep it in a freezer for an hour and let it set.

Once set, layer it with biscoff spread and garnish with lotus biscuit.

Recipe courtesy: Chef Utkarsh Bhalla, Brand Chef Sly Granny Cafe, Select City Walk.

 

Rich chocolate pudding

chcolate

Ingredients

550 ml whole milk

80 ml heavy cream

100 g dark chocolate, finely chopped

10g rice flour

15g cocoa powder

15g corn starch

2g salt

5g vanilla extract

100g sugar

 

Method

1. Combine sugar, cocoa, corn-starch, salt and rice flour in a medium saucepan. Gradually add milk and whisk until well combined. Place over medium heat.

2. Cook stirring constantly, until pudding is bubbling and thickens. Stir in the chopped chocolate and heavy cream. After the chocolate melted, turn off the heat, add vanilla and whisk until well blended. 

3. Pour into dessert dishes.  

4. Let cool at room temperature and then refrigerate until ready to serve.

Recipe courtesy: Chef Rajneesh Dubey, Honey&Dough