Learning To Cook Chocolate Sausage: Recipes And Secrets

Time for reading: ~6 minutes Last Updated: August 08, 2022
Learning To Cook Chocolate Sausage: Recipes And Secrets

Chocolate Sausage is a no-bake dessert made from budget ingredients that takes only 15 minutes to prepare.

Chocolate Sausage is a no-bake dessert made from budget ingredients that takes only 15 minutes to prepare. The simplest and most delicious sausage is made from butter, boiled condensed milk and cookies. But you can add ordinary condensed milk with cocoa to the dough, as well as chocolate, nuts, and replace the cookies with a biscuit or pieces of Lithuanian shakotis (German baumkuchen). A dessert is formed in the form of a sausage or a small loaf and left in the refrigerator for 4 hours-night. Pieces of chocolate sausage melt in your mouth, it is especially good with hot tea.

So, we tell you how to make a delicious dessert from a modest set of products.

Classic chocolate sausage


For cooking you will need:

Cookies - 450 g; Milk - 5 tbsp. l.; Butter - 250 g; Sugar - 150 g; Cocoa powder - 3 tbsp. l.; Bitter chocolate - 120 g.

First of all, crush the cookies. Make large crumbs from 150 grams of cookies, grind the remaining 300 grams with a pusher into small crumbs.

Pour milk into a wide saucepan and put on fire, heat, but do not boil. Add soft butter, sugar and cocoa, stir until smooth and glossy.

Then pour 300 grams of crumbs into the chocolate mass and mix. Add remaining cookies, stir. By the way, these 150 grams of cookies can be replaced with nuts or dried fruits. The chocolate mass should stick slightly to the hands and keep its shape well.

Put the finished chocolate mass in a plastic bag, you can divide the mass into several portions, depending on the desired size of the sausage, and form the sausage.


Send the finished sausage to the refrigerator until it hardens, at least 4 hours.

Sprinkle the finished sausage generously with powdered sugar and serve with a cup of aromatic tea or coffee.

Sweet sausage with condensed milk

You will need:

Shortbread cookies - 220 g; Cocoa powder - 2-3 tbsp. l.; Walnuts - 50 g; Butter - 100 g; Condensed milk - 120 g; Powdered sugar for decoration - 2 tbsp. l.

Melt the butter in a water bath or in the microwave, but make sure that it does not boil. Add condensed milk to butter and stir. Chop the nuts, but not too finely. Break the cookies, add cocoa and nuts, mix. Add the condensed butter mixture and mix again. Get a dense sticky mass.

Place several layers of cling film on the work surface, lay out half of the chocolate mass and roll into an even sausage, pressing well. Roll the edges like a candy. Form a second sausage.

Send the sausage for 3-4 hours in the refrigerator, then remove the cling film, decorate the dessert with powdered sugar and try!

Three Ingredient Chocolate Sausage

Would need:

Cookies - 500 g; Butter - 200 g; Cocoa powder - 2 tbsp. l.

Mash the cookies with your hands into small crumbs, it is also convenient to do this with a grater or blender. Add to cocoa powder and stir. Then add softened butter and knead everything with your hands until a homogeneous mass is obtained.

From the resulting chocolate mass form a long sausage and wrap in parchment or foil. Refrigerate for several hours and taste.

Custard chocolate sausage


The option is more complicated, but the result will please you!

For cooking you need:

Shortbread cookies - 600 g; Walnuts - 100 g; Milk - 250 ml; Flour - 1 tbsp. l.; Butter - 100 g; Egg - 1 pc.; Sugar - 100 g; Cocoa powder - 50 g.

Grind 300 grams of cookies into small crumbs, break the remaining 300 grams into small pieces. Toast the nuts in a dry frying pan and chop, add to the liver.

Let's start making custard. Heat 3/4 cup milk in a saucepan to 40 degrees. Mix flour with cocoa and sugar. Add 2-3 tbsp. l. warm milk, mix and send the dry mixture to a saucepan with milk. Warm up while stirring.

Whisk the egg with the remaining milk. As soon as the sugar in the saucepan dissolves and steam appears over the saucepan, add the milk-egg mixture. Stirring constantly, bring the cream to a thickening, remove from heat and place in an ice bath (cold water in a bowl under the saucepan, add ice cubes). Thus, cool the cream to 36-37 degrees. Add the softened butter to the cream, mix until smooth and cool to room temperature.

Pour cream over cookies and mix. Put the resulting mass on parchment and form a dense sausage. Wrap the sausage in several layers of cling film, tie the edges well and roll several times on the table to make the dessert smooth.

Send the chocolate sausage to the freezer for 15 minutes, then transfer to the refrigerator for 40 minutes.

Happy tea!

Sweet sausage with chocolate



Cookies - 420-450 g; Butter - 180 g; Sugar - 170-200 g; Bitter chocolate - 120 g.

Break the cookies, don't grind too much. You can do it with your hands, or you can use a rolling pin, meat grinder or blender.

In a heavy-bottomed saucepan, place diced butter, chopped chocolate and melt. Gradually add sugar, stirring constantly, until it is completely dissolved. The main thing - do not boil!

Pour the melted chocolate into the cookies and stir. Form one or more sausages using cling film and refrigerate for 4 hours.

Sprinkle the finished sausage with powdered sugar and serve with tea.

Chocolate sausage with candied fruits

For cooking you need:

Cookies - 480-500 g; Milk - 250 ml; Sugar - 110 g; Butter - 50-70 g; Cocoa powder - 50-60 g; Candied fruits - 120-150 g.

Candied fruits, if necessary, cut, break the cookies. Combine candied fruits and cookies.

Pour milk into a saucepan, add sugar and heat until sugar grains dissolve. Add butter, stirring, wait until it melts. Then add cocoa and stir. Pour milk into cookies with candied fruits, mix.

Once the mass has cooled slightly, form a dense sausage using baking paper, cling film or a bag.

Cool the dessert in the refrigerator for 3-4 hours and invite the sweet tooth for tea.

Biscuit Chocolate Sausage


For cooking you will need:

Biscuit - 500 g; Butter - 180-200 g; Milk - 150 ml; Nuts - 120 g; Bitter chocolate - 120 g.

You can buy a biscuit, cook according to your favorite recipe or use our recipe. So, beat 6 egg yolks with a mixer at low speed, then add 160 grams of sugar and beat until light and fluffy. Sift 180 grams of flour into the yolk mass, but do not mix. Beat 6 egg whites to stiff peaks for 10 minutes and carefully fold into the batter. Stir slowly. Pour the dough into a baking dish lined with parchment and bake at 180 degrees for 25 minutes.

Grind the biscuit, lightly fry the nuts and also chop. Place nuts and biscuit in one bowl.

Boil the milk in a saucepan and melt the chopped butter and broken chocolate into cubes. Pour the chocolate mass into the biscuit, mix and form sweet sausages, wrapping in cling film.

Refrigerate the sausages for 5 hours and enjoy.

Rules to follow to make the dessert delicious

1. Use good quality cocoa powder, as evidenced by the color of the cocoa - the darker the cocoa powder, the better it is. Please note that cocoa should be taken without any additives, such as sugar or milk powder.

2. If the recipe calls for chocolate, take chocolate with a high percentage of cocoa content, from 70%.

3. Take classic shortbread cookies (tea, baked milk), without additives such as chocolate, coconut, nuts, dried fruits.

Share in the comments the recipes according to which you cook chocolate sausage!

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