|Alternative names||Kek batik, Marie fudge cake|
|Place of origin||Malaysia|
|Region or state||Southeast Asia|
|Associated national cuisine||Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore|
|Main ingredients||Broken Marie biscuit, Milo powder, chocolate powder, egg, butter/margarine and condensed milk|
Batik cake (Malay: Kek batik) is a type of non-baked Malaysian cake dessert. This cake was made by mixing broken Marie biscuits combined with a chocolate sauce or runny custard made with egg, butter/margarine, condensed milk, Milo and chocolate powders. The cake is served during special occasions like the Eid al-Fitr and Christmas.
The origin of this type of cake is somewhat uncertain; it is similar to hedgehog slice and the latest Prince William chocolate biscuit cake, although with some different ingredients. In Brunei, their Batik cake is covered by green colour topping.
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