Don’t I have a special treat for you guys?


As we end the week, I managed to make this delicious, coffee -chocolaty with a coconut flavored touch of a “NO BAKE” Swiss roll that anyone can make within minutes.

We could debate all day, why you should be making your own dessert rather than going to a cafe and buying it. Its much more preferable once you get all the concept of that particular recipe, the approximate if not exact quantity and just learn the skill to make it while at your comfort of your home. Baby steps, totally no rush. Let’s take one day at a time to get there shall we?

For now, get your hot cup of coffee, pull up a chair, have sit and look closely  since you will crave to make this at the end of this article.

Making ” No bake Swiss Roll”


Prep time: 10 Min  Make time:30 mins  

Refrigeration : Over night 

Serves: 3 pax



  • 250 g of crackers {Salted biscuits}
  • 1/2 cup of desiccated shredded coconut
  • 1/4 cup of castor sugar
  • 1 tsp of coffee granules
  • 1/4 tsp of cardamom powder
  • 2 Tsp of un-salted butter
  • 1/4 cup of chocolate syrup


  • Parchment paper or Aluminium foil/clear foil
  • zip lock bags
  • rolling pin
  • food processor


  1. 250 g of the biscuits is equivalent to 2-1/2 packet of these Krackers I used here. Place the biscuits in a zip lock bag, close it and whack them with a rolling pin until they are crumbly.


2. Pour the crumbly crackers into a food processor and grind it for 3 -5 mins till it looks like sand.


3. Pour the fine crackers into a bowl and add in the coffee granules, 1 Tsp of butter {a room Temperature} and chocolate syrup – use your clean hands to mix really well, till you form a dough. {You can add a tablespoon of either water or milk to the dough if it gets too dry].


4. Set the dough aside. Prep the filling, add the coconut in a bowl, sugar, cardamom and the last table spoon of butter. Mix with your hands till crumbly.


5. Roll the chocolaty dough. Place the foil on the dough and flip it upside down.


6. Generously, place the coconut filling on the dough and press it down using a spoon/spatula. {You don’t have to use the whole filling}


7. Carefully and slowly Fold the dough using the help of the foil. {A parch paper will be more preferable in this stage}, but feel free to use what you have. As you fold it, press on it to avoid breakages.


8. Place it in the lower section of the fridge – Over-night. In the morning, this is how it looks like. Firm and smells so damn good.


Final Outcome:

Cut them into 1/2 inch thick slices and serve.


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Comments ( 4 )

  • Cathy

    Guys u have got to try this recipe at home, i tasted this dessert and it was mouth watering. the sugar level was well leveled and the part i loved the most was that it was no bake.
    Gal you nailed this one.
    love! love!

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