Belgian Fridge Cake


200g Chocolate (we tend to use 50% Chocolate as it can be too rich if it is a higher %)

25g Butter

2 eggs

200g Digestive biscuits (Broken up using a rolling pin…. Not too small)

50g Cranberries

25g Raisins

50g Walnuts/Pecan nuts broken into pieces


Melt the chocolate and butter in a bain marie (a bowl over water in a saucepan!).  Meanwhile break up the digestive biscuits into random pieces … if some are crumbs and some are bigger, not a problem …. Just not too big or too powdery.  Add the fruit and nuts to the broken biscuits.

Whisk the eggs together and add them to the melted chocolate mixture mixing the eggs in so that they cook and make the chocolate mixture silky.

Add the Chocolate mixture to the Biscuits and Fruit and mix until everything is thoroughly coated.

Put into a dish or tray and leave in the fridge for at least 4 hours to set.  You can then cut into pieces and eat/freeze/do whatever you want with it … but store it in the fridge if you aren’t freezing so it doesn’t become gooey.