Biscuit au Chocolat (Lazy Cake) Recipe

 

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Biscuit au Chocolat
Course Dessert
Servings
pieces
Ingredients
Course Dessert
Servings
pieces
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Combine powdered sugar and cocoa powder in big bowl
  2. Stir the melted butter into the bowl
  3. Mix in vanilla extract and both eggs
  4. Add the biscuit pieces and combine them with the rest of the ingredients (do not break the pieces too much while mixing)
  5. Put the mixture into plastic wrap and roll into log shape (can also use foil paper or a loaf pan)
  6. Wrap with another layer of plastic wrap and roll again
  7. Set in the freezer for 30 minutes, and then roll the log again to keep it a round shape and put it back in the freezer
  8. Logs should stay in the freezer for at least 6 hours to properly solidify
Recipe Notes

 

  • Enjoy while still cold (do not pull it out until ready to serve- should not be left outside for over 2 hours)
  • Please note that this recipe calls for raw eggs. The eggs can be substituted with sweetened condensed milk. 2 (4oz) containers of condensed milk can replace the raw eggs but please make sure to remove or lesson the powdered sugar.  More biscuits can be added if the mixture loosens. 
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4 thoughts on “Biscuit au Chocolat (Lazy Cake) Recipe”

  1. Hi! Thank you for.includong the substitution for raw eggs, but is it possible to know the measuring?
    How much sweet condensed milk would be needed for this recipe?
    Thank you!

    1. Hi!
      The eggs can be substituted with sweetened condensed milk. 2 (4oz) containers of condensed milk can replace the raw eggs but please make sure to remove or lesson the powdered sugar as the milk will be sweet.  More biscuits can be added if the mixture loosens. 

    1. Hi!

      Please adjust the amount of powdered sugar by using a quarter of the amount of the sugar. We haven’t done it with the condensed milk but our friends who have removed the sugar from the recipe completely!

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