This stellar recipe has been circulating the internet for years now, and is the creation of Instagram baker Lauren Matheson. It’s easy to throw together and a good use for Baileys if it’s just sitting in your cupboard. Best of all, if you're not a Maltesers or Tim Tams fan, then you can sub in any other choc biccie!
600ml thickened cream
1 tbsp icing sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 tbsp cocoa
60g Baileys Irish Cream
250g Chocolate Ripple biscuits
6 Tim Tam biscuits roughly chopped
- Pour the thickened cream into a large bowl and add the icing sugar, cocoa and vanilla extract. Use an electric hand mixer to whisk the cream until soft peaks form.
- Add the Baileys Irish Cream and lightly whisk to combine.
- Place a large serving plate onto your bench and place a little of the whipped cream onto the base.
- Place a little cream between two chocolate ripple biscuits and stand them on your plate in the cream. Repeat until you have completed your Chocolate Ripple log.
- Use a spatula to spread a thick layer of cream all over your Chocolate Ripple Cake. Make sure it’s covered well, and you can’t see any of the biscuits.
- Carefully place the Maltesers around the base of your Baileys Chocolate Ripple Cake and decorate the top with chopped pieces of Tim Tam Biscuits and extra Maltesers.
- Cover your Chocolate Ripple Cake and place in the fridge for 4+ hours to allow the biscuits to soften.
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