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Chocolate Biscuits

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How time flies and is already Friday today. What have you planned to bake for your family during the weekend? Why not forget about baking cakes or cookies and make some easy and highly addictive Chocolate Biscuits. This Chocolate Biscuit recipe is super easy to follow and it is fragrant, crispy and crunchy with every bite.  What you need to do is to melt the chocolate in double boiler and add in all the remaining ingredients ...... I assure you these chocolate biscuits will be gone within a minute once they're served.  I'll not say more, please watch the tutorial below and will be very happy to have your feedback if you've tried this recipe :)




Chocolate Biscuits
  
    Ingredients:
    (lined cake pan 9 x 7 1/2 inch all sides up)recipe adapted from a Chinese cookbook with some slight adjustments
     120g Semi-sweet chocolate
     30g Peanut butter, use the creamy or crunchy type
     40g Almond nibs (toasted) or Almond silvers (toast and cut to small pieces)
     40g Cornflakes
     40g Dried Cranberry (cut into smaller pieces) or any other dried fruits

     Method:
  • Chop semi-sweet chocolate into smaller pieces and melt in a double boiler.
  • Add in peanut butter and stir till melted in the chocolate. Then add all the remaining ingredients in it and mix them well in the melted chocolate.
  • Pour chocolate mixture into prepared pan and cover with a cling wrap.
  • Press the chocolate mixture evenly with the palm of your hand and again press it hard with a lapis press or a drinking glass, to make sure all the ingredients stick together.
  • Place cake pan in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes until chocolate set.
  • Remove the set chocolate from the cake pan and cut them into required sizes.



Please check this link here for how to melt chocolate in a doube boiler
Enjoy and hope you have a wonderful weekend!

56 comments:

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  1. 哇哇。。好料好料,我要试一试!

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  2. Ann, I dun need to try, from the look I am sure this is very addictive and delicious :D

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  3. Wah ... I have all the ingredients except chocolate. Hard to resist ....

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  4. This reminds me of the chocolate biscuit sold in every coffee shop in Lebanon, except that one is made by mixing chocolate and bits of cookie; I love this version especially since I always have corn flakes and nuts in the cupboard sitting idle! Thanks!!

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    1. You can mix with other dried fruits or nuts as you like.

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  5. Dear Ann, so glad to see this posting.
    What pan size is suitable for this recipe?
    Thank you very much ^^

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    1. Hi Kah Chin,

      Oops! forgot to type the pan size. The pan size is the same as the apple walnut brownies.

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    2. Thank you very much, Ann.
      Just one more question, whether "baking chocolate" is considered bitter chocolate? or semi-sweet? Thank you again :)

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    3. Baking chocolate is cooking chocolate also known as semi-sweet chocolate like Phoon Huat's brand - Selbourne. The bitter chocolate that I got from PH is looks like chocolate chips. For the chocolate biscuits just use semi-sweet chocolate because it is not really sweet as there are a lot of ingredients in it.

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  6. WOW....this is really super easy!! is a list to do! thank you for sharing....

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    1. You're welcome :) Hope to see your post soon.

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  7. i seldom bake cookies except CNY, hehehe..your cookies sound yummy!

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  8. May I know what's the size of pan you used? Thanks :)

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  9. What a great snack!! Totally addictive - and no wheat - impressive!

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  10. Ann, this is such a treat. Reminds me of a chocolate peanut brittle, thats what they call it in Oz. very addictive indeed :)

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    1. I must check how this chocolate peanut brittle looks like. Love to try it.

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  11. 哎哟~ 晚上来你家真的是折磨叻
    那么多好料,看得我肚子都咕噜咕噜了:P

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    1. 嘻嘻。。。你才折磨我呢。 你做的好料才是一级棒 ;)

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  12. will bake it when i have the ingredients. thanks for the recipe

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    1. Have a try. Can mix with other nuts or dried fruits.

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  13. I like these lovelies, so delicious and yet so easy to make. So kind of you to share, Ann!

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  14. These look dangerously additive and tempting! They would make a great holiday gift too.

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  15. These chocolate biscuits are definitely most addictive!!!!

    Velva

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  16. Good morning Ann, here is 9am now, got up at 6am & couldn't sleep anymore. Can I have these cookies for my brunch, hahaha! I'm sure that many friends will like this recipe since X'mas is coming very soon! Don't know whether have time to make x'mas cookies or not b4 I go, hai.

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    1. Jessie, I think you're very excited about your trip back to Malaysia, that's why you got up so early.... hahaa
      Sure can make this before you leave. Very easy to make :)

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  17. Wow this biscuits has all my favorite things, peanut butter, almond, chocolate, cranberries... so delicious!

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  18. Ann , love that no-bake chocolate biscuits ! It looks simply delicious !

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  19. these look great fun to make with the kids :-)

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  20. these look sooooooooo yummy! i think i would eat the entire batch myself and wouldn't want to share with anyone...lol!

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  21. 很赞很赞。。材料我都有,一定要试试做。。谢谢分享。。:)

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    1. 一定要试试看哦! 包你吃个不停 :D

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  22. Ann,
    好..好..诱人的巧克力饼.
    肯定会吃一片又一片..停不了口啦!!
    先请我吃一片噢:D
    mui..^^

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    1. 呵呵。。。没问题,要吃几片都可以 :D

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  23. Ann, this is super yummy and super easy to make! I want to make these biscuits this weekend. By the way, how do you store these biscuits? At room temperature or in the fridge? It probably won't last that long for storage hee..hee...

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    1. Actually the first batch was gone, I don't have time to store in the container. I stored the second batch in the fridge for only two days... :DD

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  24. Love your tutorial! What an easy to make yet delicious treat. Love the dried cranberries in there for more texture and color. :)

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    1. I was thinking to add dried apricots too. Love that chewy bites in the dried fruit.

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  25. This chocolate cookies looks inviting, is perfect for Christmas season! thanks for your video too!

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    1. Thank you Tze. Hope you have an enjoyable holidays :)

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  26. Hi Ann, Thanks for visiting my blog and yours is great! You have a new follower!

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  27. This reminds me of my favorite candy...looks amazing and I can imagine addictive Ann! You did such a great job with pictures too! Fantastic job!!!just pinned!

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  28. Looks absolutely delicious! I would so love to try some.

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  29. Hmmm...yummm....these looks really seducing. Bet it is so crunchy delicious. Slurpppp....
    Kristy

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  30. These looks so festive & sooo yummy! Love to have some now! YUM! :)

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  31. hi ann, this sounds super yummy and no fuss too. Appreciate your helpful tutorial!

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  32. I know I'll enjoy this chocolate biscuits because I like peanuts and peanut butter. Looks like it is easy to make too. I will have to give it a try one of these days. Love your slide show tutorial.

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