August 30, 2020

No Bake Choco dipped Biscuits with Sprinkles | Quick Sweet Nibbles for Kids

Chocolate - that magical word that conjures up an entire universe of exotic dishes. From a vegan Chilli Chocolate Mousse to Triple Chocolate Muffins to Choco-chip Bread, the quick choco-bites are quite popular at home. Today's is a delicious treat for those kids' parties or even as a quick midnight snack for adults. The recipe can be easily tripled or multiplied based on the number of servings. The only wait time is till the chocolate discs set in the fridge. The rest is, literally, child's play.

The little munchkin was very excited to make this treat to congratulate her older sister on her board exam results. We wanted a quick treat, and with the lockdown, all pastry shops were closed. So, with just under 10 mins of prep time and 1 hour of setting time (yeah, I know that’s the hardest :p), this comes together almost immediately.  Needless to say, we are very grateful for the impromptu celebrations and the love between the two sisters. The treat itself was a smashing hit.

Mayuri suggested "Chocolate" as a theme for this month's challenge of #SShh Secret Cooking Challenge, and I was paired with Sujitha. Her Hot milk Cake caught my attention (which I plan to make without the eggs though :p).. Sujitha gave me butter scotch chips and Orange Cocoa Powder as the secret ingredients. I gave her Coconut and Caradamom as the secret ingredients. 

No bake and if you actually use the microwave (which we did on the second try) to melt the chocolate , there’s no reason you can’t be making this often. Mayuri’s Chocolate Time theme this month has seen us all dish out chocolatey treats. 

If you are a chocolate fan like my family, am sure today’s treat and the following too would surely indulge you. 









Prep time - 5 mins, Cook time - 15 mins ; 
Setting time - 45 min - 1 hour minimum
Serves - 4
PIN FOR LATER

What you need:
  • 4 Marie Biscuits (or any plain unsalted crackers)
  • Butterscotch Chips - 2 TBSP 
  • Choco Chips - 3 TBSP
  • Orange Cocoa Powder - 1 tsp
  • Butter - 1/2 tsp (optional) 
  • Vanilla extract - 1/8 tsp
  • Sprinkles - for topping


How to:
In a microwave safe bowl or over a double boiler, melt the choco chips and butterscotch chips till melted and glossy. At this point add the orange cocoa powder , extract and butter (if using). Mix well. 
When still slightly warm, gently dip the biscuits / Crackers in the chocolate mixture and let it coat evenly. Place gently on a lined foil tray. Top with sprinkles and allow to set.
Repeat with all crackers. 
Refrigerate till done.
Gently un mould and serve immediately.


14 comments:

  1. This is so easy to make and I think even elders would like to take a quick bite..except for the setting time which tests our patience, this is totally a quick fix sweet treat when we crave for something sweet.

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  2. Hee! Guess who is going to making these biscuits all day long now. I definitely want some forget midnight craving all day long.

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    1. he he :) I know that feeling ! we made it thrice already... and mostly the (little) adults ate it up :p

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  3. Quick and easy and best to work with kids too. They would love to make as well eat this.

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  4. When I was going through your simple but so delicious and tempting no bake chocolate biscuit recipe it was like a dahhh moment for me. Hubby has been craving for chocolate digestive biscuits and I didn't even think that I can easily dip plain digestives in chocolate. Love your idea and what a delightful treat for your daughter on her achievement.

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  5. I am really in love with this! I remember during childhood when we used to get bored of eating glucose biscuit just like that, we would make a thick paste of milk powder, drinking chocolate and sugar and dunk into that. It reminded me of it! :)

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  6. These are delicious treats for children.My daughter often makes something similar this kind and everyone loves it.

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  7. That looks so, so good! The sprinkles add to the allure of these cookies. :) I love that they need only 10 minutes to make. Definitely trying!

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  8. Choco dipped biscuits look oh so delectable ! Such an easy recipe that even my little one would love to try it out for himself.

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  9. OMG this easy no bake Choco dipped biscuits with sprinklers looks Super tempting. Great idea to satisfy sudden sweet craving . Lovely idea Kalyani.

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  10. No bake choco dipped biscuits looks super delicious with sprinkles on it. Butter scotch chips & orange cocoa powder i never tasted. Would love to try this soon.

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  11. Choco dipped biscuits looks so inviting and tempting. Never thought it is such simple and easy way to make looking at the pictures. Perfect treat for kids.

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  12. These look so delectable and I am sure it will become kids favorite snack with all the chocolate and sprinkles on top.

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  13. I am sure my kids will be excited with this. Chocolate dipped with sprinkles is just too good a treat.

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