8 No Bake Chocolate Desserts ...


8 No Bake Chocolate Desserts ...
8 No Bake Chocolate Desserts ...

Well, my chocolate lovers, today I have a very sweet post for you! Yup, it’s about delicious no bake chocolate desserts that require a minimum of your time and taste like chocolate heaven! I hate baking so collecting these recipes has became something like a hobby and today I’m going to share some of the best new recipes I’ve found online. So, for all of you beginners and experienced cooks who enjoy a good easy to make stuff, here are 8 great no bake chocolate desserts to try out:

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Chocolate Marble Mousse Pie

-1 pack of instant chocolate pudding (4 servings)
-2 cups of skimmed milk
-8 oz tube of cool whip
- 1 pie crust
Prepare your pie crust and leave it aside as you’ll need it to pour your mixture in later on. But, let me explain how to make the mixture first! It’s actually quite simple – all you have to do is mix together pudding and milk, carefully add cool whip to give it that interesting layered look and pour your mixture into the pie crust. You’ll need to chill it for about an hour or so which, of course, makes it great for surprise visits or times when you’re craving for something sweet ASAP.


White Chocolate Cheesecake

-1 graham cracker crust (prepared)
-fat free cream cheese (1 packages or 8+8 oz)
-cool whip (fat free, one package, 8 oz)
-white chocolate chips (1 cup)
In order to make this delicious treat that also happens to be one of the simplest, easiest to prepare no bake chocolate desserts, you’ll need to microwave the white chocolate chips for a minute first. Stir it well and microwave for another 30 seconds if needed. When you get the chocolate melted, add cream cheese, blend well and then fold cool whip and repeat the same. Pour the mixture into the crust and refrigerate for a few hours.


No-Bake Chocolate Fudge Tart

- 5 to 6 ounces of chopped chocolate
-2 to 3 ounces of chopped unsweetened chocolate
-1 cookie pie crust (chocolate)
-1 cup of rich whipped cream
-1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
-3 tablespoons of sugar
-3/4 cup half-half
Start by mixing half-half and 2 spoons of sugar and heat in the microwave for about two minutes before adding chopped chocolate bits into it. You’ll then add vanilla extract and heat your mixture until it thickens. That part of your sweet goes into the pie crust and into the fridge for the next three hours. Now, it’s time to beat whipped cream, add the remaining spoon of sugar, beat some more and spread it over the previously prepared chocolate part. Let the sweet sit in the fridge some more and serve.


Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

-1 pack of butter
-1/2 cup of milk
-2 cups of sugar
-4 tablespoons of cocoa powder
-2 spoons of powdered vanilla extract
-1 cup of peanut butter
-3 cups of oats
You’ll start off by heating milk and butter until the butter completely melts. Then add sugar, vanilla and cocoa and heat for another 3-5 minutes before adding oats and peanut butter. Mix, mix and mix some more until you get a nice even mass. Now, once that is done, all you need to do is form small balls, place them into paper-covered cookie sheets and chill.


Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars

- ½ cup of brown sugar
-one and a half teaspoon of vanilla extract
-3 cups of cooking oats
-3/4 cup of butter
-1/2 cup of peanut butter
-1 and ¼ cup of chocolate chips
Want more fun, no bake chocolate desserts? Well, here’s one peanut butter and chocolate treat you’ll love! So, take a saucepan, set the heat on low, melt butter, add sugar, vanilla extract and oats, heat them for 3-4 minutes and use the half of that mixture to create the first layer inside a well-buttered dish. Now, you’ll create another mixture by microwaving peanut butter and chocolate in a dish. Don’t forget to take it out every 30 seconds to stir. Microwave until the mixture is well blended and then spread it over the oat crust. Finish off by adding the remaining oat mixture and pressing it down to form the top layer. Chill, cut into bars and serve.

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No-bake Chocolate Matzo Cake

- seven chocolate bars
-seven matzo squares
-small bottle of grape juice
Heat the chocolate until melted and then leave it aside and focus on your matzo squares. Soak those into grape juice making sure they soak enough of it to turn soft but not too much to turn all mushy. Now start layering your matzos, spreading chocolate over each square before adding the next one. If you have some chocolate left over after you’ve layered all your matzos, spread it evenly to create a thick chocolate top layer. Chill until it hardens, cut and serve.


Chocolate Flapjacks

- ½ cup of butter
-1 and ¼ cup of walnuts or any unsalted nuts (chopped)
- ½ cup of vanilla wafers
- ½ cup of chocolate chips
Heat butter and chocolate until melted, chop nuts and wafers and mix these all these together. Spread the mixture in a baking pan (use smaller one to get thicker pieces and vice versa). Leave it in the refrigerator for at least three hours, then cut and serve. Yup, it’s that simple!


Milo Brownies

-375gr. Butter
-Castor sugar (half a cup)
-8 eggs
-Milo Powder (3/4 cup)
-Cereals (3/4 cup)
-Cocoa powder, condensed milk, water (1/2 cup each)
- Biscuits (600gr.)
Most no bake chocolate desserts require minimum effort and taste like you’ve been busy preparing them for hours but this one is not only easy to make but fun too! Mix all your ingredients except biscuits and heat the mixture until it thickens a bit. It doesn’t have to be too hard as you’ll add biscuits later on. Now, some people like to chop the biscuits into really tiny pieces while others like them to be bigger and give the sweet a nice layered look so it’s best to let you decide how you want them. Now, after adding the biscuits, all you’ll have to do is mold the mixture into a pan and chill until the sweet is hard enough to cut.

You want to hear the best part? Each and every one of these tasty no bake chocolate desserts take less than an hour to make! But tell me – which one of these wonderful no bake chocolate desserts sounds the best to you?

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