By Eddy − On Tuesday, August 13, 2019, 4 years ago in Cake Recipes
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Portuguese Creamy Maria Biscuits Cake Recipe


This delicious 4 ingredient Portuguese creamy Maria biscuits cake recipe (bolo de bolacha Maria cremoso) is very easy to make and needs no baking.
Portuguese Creamy Maria Biscuits Cake Recipe


Preparation time2 h 15 min
Cooking Timen/a
Ready In2 h 15 min
Level of DifficultyVery Easy
Servings6

Ingredients

Maria biscuits (to taste)Strong coffee (to taste)1 can of cooked condensed milk1 and 1/2 cups pf 35% whipping cream
Maria biscuits (to taste)Strong coffee (to taste)1 can of cooked condensed milk1 and 1/2 cups pf 35% whipping cream
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Instructions

  1. Beat the cream very firmly, add the cooked condensed milk and beat a little more.
  2. On the serving dish, place a smaller cake pan with removable bottom (bottom removed). (The pan will only hold the cake from crumbling)
  3. Place alternate layers of biscuits soaked in strong coffee, and layers of cream, always ending with a cream layer.
  4. Refrigerate for several hours (for best results refrigerate overnight).
  5. When it's time to serve, remove the cake pan, if you must, run a knife around it to loosen it, and garnish with grated Maria biscuits.
Recipe & Photo Credit: paginareceitaspt.blogspot.com

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Helen Rainha
Helen Rainha
Your explanation isn’t accurate . States only five ingredients but in the article you mention eggs and butter but there is no explanation of how to include this two extra ingredients into the recipe. I literally just finished making this recipe without with the eggs and the butter so I’m anxious how it’s going to come out after all the work I put into it.
4 months ago, Wednesday, November 22, 2023
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Eddy
Hi Maria, that is some general information on how sometimes it's done. What you have to go by is the ingredients and directions. I have removed that part.
4 months ago, Wednesday, November 22, 2023
Aura Rodrigues
Aura Rodrigues
I would love this recipe but the one without the coffee. I have searched but obviously not well enough. Do you have a link to the one with eggs, sugar and vanilla etc? Thank you. I love this cake.
11 months ago, Monday, April 24, 2023
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Anna Davis
Anna Davis
would love to make this however the instructions are not complete like what size pan to use for the removable bottoms have 3 sizes and how many biscuits would also help this is the second request what have I done wrong such a lovely recipe thank you
1 year ago, Wednesday, June 22, 2022
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Jo
Jo
Absolutely delicious! Thank you so much for posting this. Made this for my daughter’s birthday and we ate leftovers the next day for breakfast 😁.
2 years ago, Tuesday, April 5, 2022
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Eddy
That sounds awesome, glad you enjoyed it, thanks for the feedback. :-)
2 years ago, Tuesday, April 5, 2022
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