I prepared Marie Biscuit Choco for a local Nestle Milkmaid competition held here in Bangalore by Nestle. The idea was to come up with recipes involving Milkmaid product from Nestle/Nestlé.
While I did not receive a prize, the 30-odd pieces of this yummy Choco preparation I had prepared were over in no time at all during the competition. Apparently, Nestle wanted me to use their chocolates for preparation to qualify for a prize.
Do try out this recipe for yourself and you won’t disappoint yourself or your family. My family loved a few pieces I managed to save for them.
- Marie Biscuit – 25
- Almond or Badam – 15
- Cashew Nuts – 15
- Raisins – 15
- Condensed Milk or Milkmaid – 5-6 Tbsp
- Chopped Dark Chocolate – 1/4 cup
- Chopped Milk Chocolate – 1/2 cup
- Cookie Cutters (Optional)
Time to Make : 30 min
How to Prepare Marie Biscuit Choco:
- Cut the Marie Biscuits and transfer it to a mixer jar and grind it in a mixer grinder until you get a soft powder.
- Cut the Almond, Cashew Nuts and Raisins into small pieces; keep aside.
- In a bowl, add Marie Biscuit Powder from Step 1, Almond and Cashew Nut pieces, Raisins and Condensed milk and mix well with hand and prepare like a chapati dough. If you feel the dough is too hard adjust with the Condensed Milk.
- Take a small ball from the dough, roll it out like chapati into 1/4 inch thick base and cut them into different shapes with the help of cookie cutter, as in the image.
Note: If one doesn’t have cookie cutter you can give any shape of your choice. Eg: Round, Square, Rectangle etc.,
- Transfer the grated Dark Chocolate and Milk Chocolate to a microwave safe bowl and heat and melt them for about 2-3 min. Or if one doesn’t have microwave oven, melt the chocolate by Double Boiling Method.
- Once the Chocolates melt, dip the shaped biscuits from Step 4 in melted Chocolate with the help of spoons and transfer them to butter sheets and keep them in deep freezer for 10 minute.
- Remove from the deep freezer and wrap it in aluminium foil sheets, so that the chocolates do not melt at room temperature, else one has to keep these Marie Biscuit Chocos always in a refrigerator.
Delicious bits of Marie Biscuit Chocos are now ready for relishing.