Layered cake with kaymak mass

I’m definitely not a kitchen expert in a baking field but this cake is for sure in top 5 of the easiest cakes to cook in the world! And also – it’s really delicious.

I first saw this cake I couldn’t believe that it is made without baking at all! Preparing it is like a jigsaw puzzle – real fun :)

Simplest cake in the world

Simplest cake in the world

The layers from the bottom are as follows:

  • Layer of biscuits soaked with milk (amaretto can be added)
  • Pudding
  • Tea biscuits layer
  • Kaymak (carmel) mass  in a 1 can– for easier application on biscuits, it’s good to heat the can in boiling water for 15 minutes – the mass will be more liquid
  • Unsalted crackers layer
  • Whipped cream
  • Almond flakes or grated dark chocolate

Pudding ingredients:

  • 2,5 glass of milk
  • 0,5 glass of sugar
  • 3 egg yolks
  • 0,5 pack of margarine
  • ¾ glass of flour

Boil 1,5 glass of milk. To the remaining 1 glass of milk add sugar, flour and yolks and mix. Add this to the boiling milk and mix until it’s thick. When a little bit colder, add margarine and triturate. Your warm pudding is ready to be put on the biscuits layer.

Whipped cream ingredients:

  • 17 fl. oz / 0,5L of 30% fat cream
  • 2 packs of cream fix
  • 1-2 spoons of castor sugar

Using a mixer mix all ingredients until the cream is stiff.

Arrange all layers as described above and decorate whipped cream using almond flakes or grated dark chocolate. Put into a fridge for at least 1 hour.

Bon appetit! :)

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