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Kalter Hund

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"This is a recipe that was in my Grandmother's personal recipe collection. It translates from German to Cold Dog. It is very delicious layered cake that is kept in the refrigerator. Try it with chocolate wafers instead of butter cookies. Make sure you have a glass of milk ready with this dessert! This recipe contains raw eggs. We recommend that pregnant women, young children, the elderly and the infirm do not consume raw eggs. For more information visit our Hints and Tips pages."
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Ingredients

3 h 30 m servings 236
Original recipe yields 16 servings

Directions

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  1. Spread butter cookies out in a single layer on a baking sheet with sides. Brush or sprinkle with rum. Line a 9x5 inch loaf pan with aluminum foil, leaving enough extra at the sides to fold over the top for storage.
  2. In a medium bowl, whip the egg and sugar together until thick and pale. Whisk in vanilla and cocoa powder until well blended, then stir in melted butter.
  3. Line the bottom and sides of the prepared pan with butter cookies. Spread a 1/2 inch layer of chocolate cream over the bottom. Place another layer of cookies, followed by another layer of cream. Repeat until cream is gone, ending with cookies on the top. Fold aluminum foil over the top, and place in the refrigerator until firm, about 3 hours. Slice into 1/2 inch slices and serve.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 236 calories; 11.6 29.7 2.4 60 145 Full nutrition

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I actually haven't tried this recipe because I have one from my mother that uses coconut butter instead of dairy butter, and social tea biscuits instead of butter cookies. But there is nothing o...

Most helpful critical review

ALWAYS use coconut oil! The original german recipe asks for coconut oil. Also, you don't have to put rum in it. My mom would make that cake a lot for birthdays (I actually am german and grew up ...

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I actually haven't tried this recipe because I have one from my mother that uses coconut butter instead of dairy butter, and social tea biscuits instead of butter cookies. But there is nothing o...

ALWAYS use coconut oil! The original german recipe asks for coconut oil. Also, you don't have to put rum in it. My mom would make that cake a lot for birthdays (I actually am german and grew up ...

Wow, the alcohol content in this dessert was unbelievable. This is definitely not something you want to give children. With that said, this was quite worth the time and the ingredients to make...

It is very good. I used the cookies someone mentioned before because they fit very well on the bottom of the pan. I am from Germany and my mom made it for years but never ever used coconut oil...

I have been looking for a replacement for my Grandmother's recipe for years and this did it! I cannot find the solid coconut oil where I live, so I needed something else. This tastes just like m...

This recipe is excellent exactly as is. I see the reviews mentioning coconut oil, I will try that next time as I use coconut oil as often as I can for the health benefits. I did have a hard t...

I've just prepared this and it's in the refrigerator. I found the assembly instructions confusing. At first I put six cookies on the pan bottom and stood others around the pan's edge. But I coul...

I’m pretty sure we used Bahlsen cookies and Schmalz (palmin) I don’t remember the Rum but that can only be good.