Posted on Monday, November 20, 2017 in Cake Recipes

Portuguese Maria Biscuits Cake Recipe

This Portuguese Maria biscuits cake recipe (receita de bolo de bolacha Maria) is very easy and quick to make.
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Portuguese Maria Biscuits Cake Recipe


Preparation time 20 min
Cooking Timen/a
Ready In 20 min
Level of DifficultyEasy
Servings4

Ingredients

Maria Biscuits (to taste)Coffee (to taste)1 3/4 cups of condensed milk1 3/4 cups of heavy cream
Maria Biscuits (to taste)Coffee (to taste)1 3/4 cups of condensed milk1 3/4 cups of heavy cream
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Preparation

  1. Beat the cream firmly, add the condensed milk and beat some more.
  2. In a dish with a removable bottom, make alternate layers of biscuits soaked in coffee, and then cream, always ending with cream.
  3. Decorate with some grated biscuits.
  4. Place it in the refrigerator for several hours, preferably overnight.
  5. When serving, lift the dish leaving the bottom with the cake. (Tip: You can slide a knife all the way around to loosen the cake.)
Recipe & Photo Credit: receitasdept.blogspot.ca *
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