Looking for a delicious refrigerator cake recipe? Try this No Bake “Kitchen Sink” Refrigerator Cake recipe, so simple and easy and quick to make. The best fridge cake recipes are often the simplest!
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Once you master the basic recipe, you can add any ingredients you like. Favourites of ours include (but aren’t limited to):
- Crushed digestive biscuits
- Chopped pieces of chocolate
- Meringue pieces
- Desiccated coconut
You can add essences or extracts to change the overall flavour such as mint, vanilla or orange.
You could press the cake mixture into any shaped tin lined with cling film and chill. Or do as I do and press it into a tray lined with cling film before slicing into bars.
I call it the “Kitchen Sink Cake” because basically everything goes into it, apart from the kitchen sink!
This recipe makes a full baking/cookie tray of bars which when cut up will give you approximately 24 portions.
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Kitchen Sink Refrigerator Cake Recipe
Makes approx 24 squares
- 150g butter
- 100g caster sugar
- 50g golden syrup
- 2 tbsp cocoa powder
- 300g of any filling combination of your choice (see list above)
- Take a large, wide bottomed stainless steel saucepan with a sturdy handle, and add the butter, caster sugar, golden syrup and cocoa powder.
- Place over a medium heat until the sugar dissolves completely and you have a syrup consistency.
- Once dissolved, turn off the heat and pour in your chosen fillings. Stir into the syrup until they are completely coated.
- Press the mixture into your chosen container (lined with cling film or very-well greased already) and chill for at least 1 hour before cutting into portions.
This recipe, and more, is available on Wholesome Ireland
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