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Chocolate Cream Cheese Square

This is a easy, simple and  yummy cake. I got this recipe from my cousin PY. I like the simplicity of it and the end result was superby.

Ingredients for (A):
250gms cream cheese
100gms butter
40gms icing sugar
1 tbsp milk powder

Ingredients for (B):
30gms nestum cereal
140gms marie biscuites (crushed finely)

Ingredients for (C):
125gms cooking chocolate

25gms fresh milk
some whole almonds (toasted and chopped)

1) Lined the tray with a plastic wrapper. Do leave the plastic wrapper a little longer so that it will hang out of the side of the square tray, this will makes the cake easier to take the out when the cake is done. 
2) Cream butter, cream cheese, icing sugar and milk powder together until well combine.

3) Stir in marie biscuits powder and nestum cereal. After sombined it is like soft and sticky bread crumbs.

4) Pour into a 7'' x 7" square tray and press lightly to make it firm and even. (pic 3)

5) Pour fresh milk onto cooking chocolate and double-boil until it is completely melted. Pour the melted chocolate onto the cream cheese mixture. (pic 4a ,4b)

6) Sprinkle chopped almonds onto the melted chocolate. Keep in refridgerator for an hour to set.

pic 1~ Lined the plastic wrapper onto the bottom of the cake tray and left some hang
 over the tray.

pic 2~ After mixing it is like soft and sticky bread crumbs.

pic 3~ Press lightly but make it firm.

                                         pic 4a~ double-boil the cooking chocolate.

pic 4b~ Pour the melted cooking chocolate onto the cream cheese mixture.

                          pic 6~ This is the look of the cake with melted chocolate.

pic 7~ Toasted whole can use toasted almond flakes too...

pic 8~ Instead of chopping the almond nuts, I cut it with a sharp knife into thick slices. 

pic 9~ Sprinkle the chopped nuts on of the melted chocolate.

pic 10~ Cover the whole surface with chopped almonds.

pic 11~ This the cake after keeping in the refridgerator for 1 hour.

pic 12~ Ready to be send out....;)


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