The Guardian UK reports that this special cake, known as a "chocolate biscuit cake," will debut at the April 29th royal nuptials. It will be served alongside the traditional cake, as a groom's cake, and the ingredients will include crushed biscuits known as rich tea biscuits. The tea biscuits are ground together with "dark chocolate, condensed milk, a bit of butter, some nuts, raisins and some optional glace cherries." Sounds good to me!
The main wedding cake, according to British tradition, will be a multi-tiered fruit cake. I know which cake I'd want to try first!
Have you tried a chocolate biscuit cake?
• Read more: Rich Tea biscuits at Guardian UK
• Try it! McVitie's Rich Tea Biscuits, $2.99 for 200g at Amazon
(Image: Guardian UK)