A Christmas Log Recipe

A Christmas Log Recipe

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It’s been a while since I posted a recipe, so it’s good to be back! Every time I do a recipe I always say that it’s one of the easiest things you will ever do but this time I am dead serious. This is the easiest thing YOU WILL EVER DO.

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What you will need:

500mL thickened cream
250g packet of Choc Ripple biscuits (Arnotts)
Cocoa Powder
White Sugar
Vanilla Extract
Various toppings (I used a Flake and rainbow chocolate drops)

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Put the cream in a large bowl, with about a tablespoon of sugar and a capful of vanilla extract (really just do it to taste, there is no exact measurement) and use electric beaters to whip it up nice and thick.

Add in a spoonful of cocoa powder and just stir it in slowly.

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Put a large dollop of the cream mixture onto a long plate and then line up the biscuits (standing on their sides) one by one, using the cream as glue.

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Once all your biscuits are standing up nicely, cover the entire log in the rest of the cream mixture. You have to be very generous because there is A LOT of cream in this recipe. Once it’s all completely covered, sprinkle your topping of choice on top. Put the log in the fridge for about 6 hours. Don’t serve it straight up because the cream needs time to seep into the biscuits.

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The end result is almost like a cake and it’s very Christmassy!  It’s so easy to make when you realise you’ve only got a few hours until a party and you haven’t made a single thing. Also, no-bake recipes are my favourite thing ever.

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