With summer here, it’s a good idea to step away from the oven. Impress your loved ones with this nostalgic No Bake Nescafe Cake, packed with layers and layers of indulgence. It only requires a few ingredients and there’s no need to turn on the oven.
This no-bake, Nescafé biscuit cake has a rich coffee flavor. It’s is an easier version of tiramisu, with no eggs, no mascarpone, and plenty of flavor! You can prepare this dessert ahead of time and it tastes even better the next day.
A Great Showstopper for Any Occasion
For all of you Nescafe fans out there, I’m sharing this super easy and incredibly delicious no-bake cake recipe with you today!
What I really like about this cake is the texture; after quickly dipping the biscuits in the coffee solution and leaving the cake overnight to absorb the cream and Nescafe, the cake becomes very soft and the texture really makes me feel like I’m eating a cloud made with Nescafe and cream. This is truly incredible!
Creamy & Rich In Coffee Flavor
Why You’ll Love this Nescafe Cake
Nescafe biscuit cake only requires a few ingredients and is extremely simple to prepare! This is a great last-minute recipe that uses ingredients you probably already have in your pantry or fridge.
You don’t have to be a dessert expert to make this cake; anyone with any cooking skills can whip up this decadent dessert and then brag about it to their friends!
Because it’s a no-bake recipe, all you’ll need is a fridge.
If you enjoy coffee, you’ll enjoy the coffee flavor from the soaked biscuits. You won’t be able to resist the aroma.
No Bake, Easy Coffee Biscuit Cake
This Is All What You’ll Need
You’re in business if you have ten minutes, tea biscuits, whipped cream, sweet condensed milk, some Nescafé, and cocoa powder.
Each ingredient contributes to the delectable flavors of this decadent dessert. The coffee balances the sweetness, the cream softens the biscuits, and the biscuits have a flaky texture that distinguishes this dessert!
Nescafe or instant coffee powder: You need nescafe dissolved in hot water to dip the biscuits in.
Heavy whipping cream: Heavy whipping cream adds a creamy texture to the cake.
Sweetened condensed milk: Condensed milk is used to sweeten the cream mixture. You can also substitute powdered sugar.
Vanilla extract: Just add a tiny splash for a hint of flavor in the cream.
Tea biscuits: I use Ulker tea biscuits. You can find it at most middle eastern or international markets and on Amazon.
Cocoa Powder: Cocoa powder adds the final decorative touch to your cake.
Ulker Biscuits Are my Favorite
Why Use Nescafe?
If you want your cake to be bursting with flavor, use instant coffee or Nescafe to achieve this aromatic and deep yet refreshing coffee flavor. Instant coffee granules preserve the strong flavor of coffee beans while ensuring that the coffee powder is thick and ready to use immediately.
The condensed milk, whipped cream, and tea biscuits that go into making the Nescafe no-bake cake make it more on the sweet side; however, your instant coffee or Nescafe is really bitter. This one-of-a-kind combination of bitter and sweet flavors will result in a divine fusion of contrasting flavors.
A Great Last Minute Recipe
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
Sure you can. This no bake Nescafé cake tastes even better the next day.
Ladyfingers or digestives can be substituted for tea biscuits, but the flavor and texture of Ulker biscuits is my favorite.
If you don’t want to use sweetened condensed milk, add some powdered sugar to the whipped cream.
You can store nescafe cake leftovers in an air-tight container in the fridge for 3-4 days.
- You can add crushed pistachios to the cake layers or to the top of the cake for a Middle Eastern touch. The crushed pistachios will also give the cake a lovely color.
- You can top the cake with desiccated coconut for an added crunch and coconut flavor.
- You can change the ratio of biscuits to cream; if you prefer the taste and texture of biscuits, alternate with a double biscuit layer.
- You don’t have to use Nescafe; any other brand will suffice.
- If you soak the biscuits in coffee too long, they will fall apart while you’re assembling them. Just a quick dip in the coffee mixture, then layer them.
- Chilling this cake in the fridge will give it a wonderful set texture and the coffee flavor will really permeate the biscuits.
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No-Bake Nescafe Cake Ingredients
- tea biscuit packets, I use Ulker brand
- heavy whipping cream or cool whip
- sweetened condensed milk
- vanilla extract
- Nescafe instant coffee
- hot water
- cocoa powder
First, in a wide shallow bowl mix the instant Nescafe coffee and hot water, set aside.
Next, In another bowl or a stand mixer, add the cold heavy whipping cream, vanilla extract and mix on medium high continuously until a stiff peak forms. You can opt to use 2 (16 oz.) cool whip tubs.
Then, drizzle in the sweetened condensed milk to the whipped cream and gently fold in. Add more or less of the condensed milk based on desired sweetness.
After that, in a 13×10 baking dish begin layering. Quickly dip your biscuits in the Nescafe mix and lay flat in the baking dish to form your first layer of biscuits.
Then, add the whipped cream and cocoa powder and layer again with quickly soaked tea biscuits.
Continue layering with the cream then cocoa powder until you have about 3-4 layers. The top layer should be cream.
Finally, decorate the top layer by dusting cocoa powder (I used a small metal sifter) and your favorite berries. Chill in the fridge for at least 6 hours or overnight.
Layers & Layers of Indulgence
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No Bake Nescafe Cake
- In a wide shallow bowl mix the instant Nescafe coffee and hot water, set aside.In another bowl or stand mixer add the cold heavy whipping cream, vanilla extract and mix on medium high continuously until a stiff peak forms. You can opt to use 2 (16 oz.) cool whip tubs.
- Drizzle in the sweetened condensed milk to the whipped cream and gently fold in. Add more or less of the condensed milk based on desired sweetness.
- In a 13×10 baking dish begin layering. Quickly dip your biscuits in the Nescafe mix and lay flat in the baking dish to form your first layer of biscuits. Then, add the whipped cream, cocoa powder then layer again with quickly soaked tea biscuits.
- Continue layering with the cream then cocoa powder until you have about 3-4 layers. The top layer should be cream.
- .Decorate the top layer by dusting cocoa powder (I used a small metal sifter) and your favorite berries. Chill in the fridge for at least 6 hours or over night.