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Prep Time:
  prep 15 mins Cook 20 mins
Difficulty Level:
  Cake Desserts
  Frozen Desserts
Health Conscious:
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Cooking Method:
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  Yom Tov
  Pesach Non Gebroks
Main Ingredients:
  Rich's Whip
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Perfect Dessert Cake
It's chocolaty, it's creamy, it's quick and easy, it's even Pesachdig! How much better does it get? Perfect for any Shabbat or Yomtov dessert!
•6 eggs
•1/2 cup sugar
•250 grams parve bittersweet chocolate
•6 Tablespoons water
•220 grams container parve whip topping (like Rich's)
•1 cup soy milk
•80 gram package vanilla pudding powder (like Osem)
•25 grams parve bittersweet chocolate for garnish (optional)

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TIP: Cake must be completely cool before speading the whipped topping on it.
Comments / Reviews
Thanks for the recipe. Is this supposed to be frozen? It's in the frozen section but does not mention freezing it anywhere...
ilovesem, 2012-11-21
hi, i only put it in freezer section because I often freeze desserts made with whip, especially if not to be eaten within 1-2 days or if there's leftovers for another Shabbos.
pippa, 2012-11-22
Is there supposed to be flour in this cake? Otherwise why is it called a cake? How many people would this serve?
sheila, 2013-05-07
hi, this cake is flourless, that's why it's also great for pesach. I dont know why it's called a cake! that was the name of the recipe when i found it! i get at least 20 squares out of this cake - roughly 1.5-2 inch squares
pippa, 2013-05-07
If you are making this for Pesach you have to find a substitute for the soy milk cos its is kitniyos
bluebubby, 2014-04-06
Is this cake supposed to be served frozen or room temperature?
stitch_es, 2014-09-02
i serve it room temperature, not frozen - enjoy!
pippa, 2014-09-04
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