Gluten-free (no cook) chocolate fridge cake

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This recipe is so delicious – we all LOVE it!! It can be prepped in just a few minutes and involves no actual cooking, so the kids can do it all. It makes such a great gift too – just press into a foil tray and decorate the top with cake toppers and treats! Edible cake toppers  are super cheap, they’re so effective and there are hundreds of different ones to suit different themes and occasions.

Here’s one I made for Father’s Day…



200g gluten-free digestive biscuits

100g gluten-free rice crispies

150g milk chocolate (I buy the ‘cheap’ chocolate)

150g dark chocolate

100g unsalted butter

150g golden syrup

100g raisins

100g mini marshmallows



Line a 20cm shallow square-shaped tin using clingfilm or baking parchment, with extra hanging over the sides. (No prep needed if using a foil tray.) Put the biscuit into a large mixing bowl and bash with the end of a rolling pin until it resembles breadcrumbs.

In another bowl, melt the chocolate, butter and golden syrup in the microwave – stop and stir as needed.

Pour the melted mixture into the biscuit bowl and add the rice crispies, raisins and marshmallows. Mix well, then spoon into the prepared tin and push it down tightly and firmly.

Leave it to cool in the fridge for 1-2 hours to set, then turn it out of the tin, peel off the clingfilm and slice into 12 squares.


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