How To Make Lolly Cake


  • 120 grams of butter
  • 250 grams of malt biscuits (one packet)
  • 180 grams of Fruit Puffs (one packet)
  • 1/2 tin condensed milk
  • Some shredded coconut

Gather the ingredients on the kitchen bench.

Place hand over heart, and sing God Defend New Zealand. This is an essential step, and people can tell if you haven’t done it when they taste the lolly cake.

Scronch up the biscuits real good. I like to use a big bowl and one of those potato smooshing tools. Some people have reported good results with putting the biscuits in a plastic bag and smacking it into the bench, but I find the sharp bits of biscuit tend to rip open the bag, leading to unpleasantness and coughing. I like to leave a bit of texture in the biscuit matrix, with most of it dust but some remaining pieces up to about 5 millimetres long. You can also put some cinnamon in at this point, which is nice

Another ingredient

  • Some cinnamon

Now warm the butter and condensed milk in the microwave. It doesn’t matter if the butter melts a bit, the point is not to make too much work for yourself mixing it into the biscuits. One time I was eating some lolly cake that I bought from the school canteen and discovered that a large piece I thought was a yellow fruit puff was actually a great big lump of butter that had carelessly been left unmixed. It is better not to trust Bought Lolly Cake.

Chop up the fruit puffs. Not too small. I reckon cutting each one about in half is about right, but it probably wouldn’t matter if they went in whole. If you were in a hurry, and not really taking things seriously.

Put the fruit puffs in the bowl with the scronched biscuits. Pour in the butter and condensed milk. Stir with a wooden spoon. Continue until well mixed.

Spread some coconut out on the bench, and put the mixture on top. Roll it around until it has coconut all over the outside, then form it into a log. Cubes work too.

Place on a tray in the fridge to congeal. This takes a few hours. After that, it’s a good idea to cover the lolly cake with glad wrap to prevent it drying out too much.

Finally, from the internet, you will certainly want to see the special star wars lolly cake page. It’s a sight to behold, oh my yes.

5 Responses to “How To Make Lolly Cake”

  1. jess says:

    Thankyou so much it sounds delicious. my friend makes lolly cake and she wouldnt tell me the recipe and i was looking it up and i got brought to this site. I am so happy i found it. This is great Thanks

  2. vyv says:

    We want to make a 40foot long lollie cake for 40hr famine and then sell it slice by slice – have you ever made one that big?
    Do you think we should just muliply the recipe X 40?

  3. hungry4lolly_cake says:

    finally i found the recipe !!!
    thanx for the recipe because my primary teacher taught us to make it and I SOO LOVED IT. and then when i was in highschool, every yr 7 that was from our school got an invitation back to primary school to have a party and i was really excited because it said there was gonna be LOLLY CAKE but when we got there, there wasn’t.. i was shocked but thanx for the recipe!!

  4. L says:

    lolly cake is the food of the gods!! my flatmate is a kiwi, and i had never heard of this until i moved in with her and she made some for me. now i can make it for myself! thank you! :D

  5. Meli says:

    My mum makes me a lolly cake for my birthday cake every year. Cos you can shape it into whatever age you are – once you get into double figures that’s good cos it means more cake. and you can make it into tonnes of cubes and make stuff kinda like Lego.

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