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No-Bake Crepes and Chocolate Bunnies Cake

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This delicious recipe for No-Bake Crepes and Chocolate Bunnies Cake will delight you. Leave aside the dark chocolate and use milk chocolate, its rich and sweet flavor will make this dessert something delicious. The Chocolate Bunnies® are a classic in the Mexican chocolates. This No-bake Cake will only take only one hour to prepare it and it will be perfect for your next event. Besides it only needs 7 ingredients and the best thing of all: No- baking.
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12 portions
  • 2 cups milk, for the crepes
  • 1 cup flour, for the crepes
  • 1/4 cups butter, melted, for the crepes
  • 2 eggs, for the crepes
  • 2 packages light cream cheese, at room temperature
  • 1 1/2 cups Turin® milk chocolate, melted
  • 9 plastic rabbits for decoration
  • enough plastic rabbits for decoration, to decorate


Blend milk with flour, butter and egg until a homogeneous mixture is obtained.
In a Teflon pan, pour a little of the previous mixture and spread to form the crepe. Cook on both sides for 3 minutes and remove from heat. Repeat until you finish the crepe mix and have made several crepes. Reserve.
For the frosting, in a bowl, soften the cream cheese and mix with the Turin® milk chocolate until it is integrated.
In a cake ring or cake 20 cm (9 inches) in diameter, place a crepe and spread with a bit of chocolate frosting, repeat until you finish with the crepes. Refrigerate 30 minutes.
Remove the cake and cover with the rest of the frosting, smooth very well with the help of a spatula, reserve.
Melt 4 pieces of Rabbits® in the microwave within 30 seconds. Cover the surface of the cake and let it dry for a moment. Grate 5 pieces of Rabbits® and cover the edges of the cake. Decorate with Rabbits, inserting them on the surface of the cake.
Refrigerate the cake 10 more minutes to allow to dry completely and serve.


Decorate with Bunnies® and grated milk chocolate.


The crepes do not have sugar, because the milk chocolate is already sweet by itself, but you can add it to the recipe if you wish.

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