Comments on Dutch arretjescake

Probably the most easy cake you'll ever made! Lovely chocolate mixed with cookies, mmm! And... No-bake! Hope you can even wait until it's firm enough.

Pat Hunter commented at 2018-05-07 00:42:51
Gravatar van Pat Hunter Any concerns with eating uncooked egg?
Ohmydish commented at 2018-05-09 17:50:05
Gravatar van Ohmydish Not at all! :)
Ella commented at 2020-05-14 07:26:31
Gravatar van Ella My dr advised me not to eat uncooked eggs (like this) There are lots of people who have suppressed immuun systems to control autoimmune diseases, like Rheumatism, Lupus, Eczema, IBS, Ankylosing Spondylitis..... and lots of others. When you make this, please tell the guests about the contents. Pregnant women and nursing mothers are also often advised not to consume uncooked/raw eggs
Ohmydish commented at 2020-05-14 07:43:26
Gravatar van Ohmydish Hi Ella, I am well aware of these kinds of things (I am a certified chef). The recipe is clear that it uses raw eggs, and if I have to place warnings with all my recipes, where does it stop? With these things, the responsibility always lies with the person who makes and / or eats it. Have a great day!
Megan commented at 2018-10-08 15:28:44
Gravatar van Megan Thanks - your recipie is the only one i found in English - so helpful when you don't understand Dutch .
Ohmydish commented at 2018-10-08 19:19:26
Gravatar van Ohmydish Thank you, it sure is! :)
Joanne commented at 2019-01-28 02:12:07
Gravatar van Joanne My Tante Leny would use coconut butter instead of regular butter. It tasted great. She also used rectangular social tea biscuits alternating layers in a baking dish instead of crumbling the cookies. Less chocolate really tasted like more. It always went very quickly so the eggseggs were never a concern. She would serve like Nanaimo bars with coffee or tea. She would cut them in Nanaimo bar shape before refrigeration as the social tea would soak up moisture enough to cut them in small tidy pieces.

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