Trader Joe’s No-Bake Belgian Chocolate Icebox Cake Recipe

February 9, 2021Van
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Serves: 8

I’m huge fan of Trader Joe’s Belgian Chocolate Pudding, if you haven’t tried it yet – you’re missing out!  This is an easy, no-bake icebox cake made with chocolate pudding, homemade whipped cream, butter waffle cookies and topped with crushed English Toffee.  The butter waffle cookies soften and become thin cake layers, it’s amazing how delicious and beautiful it turns out.

Trader Joe’s No-Bake Belgian Chocolate Icebox Cake

Trader Joe’s No-Bake Belgian Chocolate Icebox Cake

Trader Joe’s No-Bake Belgian Chocolate Icebox Cake

Trader Joe’s No-Bake Belgian Chocolate Icebox Cake

Trader Joe’s No-Bake Belgian Chocolate Icebox Cake

Trader Joe’s No-Bake Belgian Chocolate Icebox Cake

Trader Joe’s No-Bake Belgian Chocolate Icebox Cake

Trader Joe’s No-Bake Belgian Chocolate Icebox Cake

Trader Joe’s No-Bake Belgian Chocolate Icebox Cake

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Trader Joe’s No-Bake Belgian Chocolate Icebox Cake Recipe

  • Serves: 8

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Ingredients

  • 32 oz Trader Joe’s Belgian Chocolate Pudding (two containers)
  • 1 Pint Heavy Whipping Cream
  • 2 boxes of Trader Joe’s Butter Waffle Cookies
  • 2½ Tablespoons Granulated Sugar
  • Trader Joe’s English Toffee
  • 7 inch Springform Pan

Method

  • 1)

    Make sure the whipping cream is very cold, if it’s hot in your house, it’s a good idea to put the whisk and mixing bowl in the freezer for 15 minutes. Pour 1 Pint of Heavy Whipping Cream into the mixing bowl along with 2½ Tablespoons Granulated Sugar and mix on high until medium peaks form – don’t over mix or it will become grainy – it should look thick like cool whip.

  • 2)

    Line the side of the springform pan with parchment paper, the parchment paper should not stick out of the pan. Line the bottom of the pan with a layer of Butter Waffle Cookies, break up some cookie pieces to fill in the larger gaps.  Put about ¾ Cup of Whipped Cream into the pan and even it out, add another layer of cookies then add about ¾ Cup of Belgian Chocolate Pudding and even it out.  Repeat until you fill the pan to the top

    (Cookie Layer > Belgian Chocolate Pudding > Cookie Layer > Whipped Cream > Cookie Layer > Belgian Chocolate Pudding > Cookie Layer > Whipped Cream > Belgian Chocolate Pudding > Cookie Layer > Whipped Cream > Cookie Layer > Belgian Chocolate Pudding)

  • 3)

    Cover the pan well with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.  When you’re ready to serve, place 2-3 pieces of English Toffee into a ziplock bag and smash to break them into small pieces.  Sprinkle the toffee on to the top of the cake.  You could also cover the entire exterior with toffee bits if you prefer.  Slice and Enjoy!

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3 Comments

  • Kim

    April 22, 2021 at 6:47 pm

    I can’t believe I haven’t commented on this yet bc it is life changing! I’ve made this twice so far – the second time I made my own birthday cake bc no cake will ever compare! This is sooo good!! I like adding some fresh cookies decoratively on top after serving for some extra crunch!! Thank you so much for this recipe!

  • Irene

    June 20, 2021 at 11:13 pm

    Thank you for sharing this recipe. So simple and so delicious! This is quickly becoming a family favorite. The second time I made it, I substituted Trader Joe’s grated 70% dark chocolate for the English toffee for a milder sweetness.

    1. Van

      June 22, 2021 at 6:55 am

      You’re welcome! I’m glad your family enjoys it, that’s a great idea using grated dark chocolate – this could be customized in so many ways – I think even fresh berries piled on top would be delicious.

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