• Makes 6
  • 10 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 3 Ingredients


Looking for a sweet lunchbox filler? A delicious side for your tea? Check out these little chocolate ripple cakes!

These chocolate ripple cakes are super easy to put together, and a super fun thing to try with the kids! All you need is bickies, cream and whatever fruits you want to chuck on top!

With no baking required, this one is super quick to put together and serve up for anybody to enjoy! Even spice it up with your own extra additions!

Stock up on the chocolate ripple biscuits here to make sure you’re always ready to serve these up to family and friends!

Ingredients (makes 6 Cakes)

  • 1 packet Chocolate ripple biscuits
  • 300-500 grams Cream
  • Fruits that you love for decoration


  1. Whip cream until thick.
  2. Take a biscuit and spread on a layer of whipped cream and form a sandwich with another biscuit. Continue to sandwich biscuits together with cream. I like to make mine 4 biscuits high.
  3. Coat the sides and tops with cream.
  4. Decorate as desired. I like to use berries but you could use lollies, shaved chocolate or a sprinkling of cocoa.
  5. Place in the fridge for an hour or two before serving.

  • I wouldn’t put this in my kids lunch box but i would give it to them for a dessert or maybe a special after school snack


  • These look like an easy no bake dessert to make, I’m wondering how this could be turned into a log..


  • I love eating and making chocolate ripple wreaths at Christmas. It’s a crowd pleaser.


  • This is exactly like the simply anzac log recipe. Very adaptable.


  • I love no bake recipes! These are great for the afternoon tea – not school though, way too messy!!


  • I love chocolate ripple cake. Such a cute idea to miniaturise them!

    • Although not sure I’d pop them in a lunchbox


  • I love a good chocolate ripple cake.


  • How amazing do these look and I’d love to try them out.


  • I love how easy this recipe it and it looks so darn good! Can’t wait to make a batch of these.


  • Love chocolate ripple biscuits. I but them and make them into the log, but I buy 2 packs as most end up in my mouth before I make it


  • One of my all time favourite!


  • Simple recipe with not many ingredients.


  • Such a simple yet yummy idea. Great for the kids. Perfect for upcoming school holidays


  • I make mine into a log and then sprinkle with peppermint.These are great and easy


  • I can’t see any of the ripple


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