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No-Bake Chocolate Tiffin Cake

No-Bake Chocolate Tiffin Cake

We just love a cake that you don’t even have to turn the oven on for! This Chocolate Tiffin Cake is a no-bake sweet little cake from our neighbors over the pond and it is sure delicious. Originating in Scotland and popular throughout the UK, it’s in the same vein as an American ice box cake, where the cake is chilled till set instead of baked. It’s a nice change from our usual dessert fare. It’s sweet and crispy and a little bit chewy, and we can’t get enough of it.

A tiffin cake traditionally uses digestive biscuits, which you can usually find in the international aisle of your grocery store. They are a semi-sweet biscuit, and the closest American comparison is probably the graham cracker, though it doesn’t quite have the same sweet and salty combination. If you can’t find digestive biscuits, graham crackers would be a fine substitute or even shortbread cookies. It also works well with any combination of dried fruit and nuts, so feel free to use your favorites!

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