Fresh Lemon Fridge Biscuit Tart, no-bake

My lemon biscuit recipe is easy peasy and the perfect chilled treat for hot days. The no bake lemon fridge tart is fruity and prepared in just 15 minutes. The fridge tart is topped with jam and chocolate.

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How to store the no bake lemon biscuit cake

This lemon fridge tart is very sweet but if you serve it with a raspberry sauce and some dark chocolate it is pure heaven. It freezes beautifully – I cut mine into portion sizes and then open freeze until just frozen. Once frozen, pack into a Tupperware dish and keep in the freezer until needed. I decorate mine once it has defrosted and voila you have a super quick dessert for those unexpected guests.


Also try our Traditional German apple cake, our Italian almond cake or the raspberry cupcakes.

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Easy no bake Lemon Fridge Cake

This easy lemon fridge tart is easy to prepare and true soul food. It's the fastest lemon cake for hot days. Try our recipe for this delicacy.
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Prep Time 15 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine International
Servings 12 servings
Calories 350 kcal


  • Mixing bowl
  • baking tin


  • 1 tin condensed milk (397 or 400 g)
  • 200 ml fresh lemon juice (about 5 lemons)
  • 250 g coffee creamer
  • 30 ml water
  • 250 g Tennis biscuits or Nice-biscuits, see note below


  • Pour the condensed milk and lemon juice into a bowl and mix together until thick.

  • In another bowl put the coffee creamer, water and some of the condensed milk mixture and mix immediately until well combined. Add the rest of the condensed milk mixture and beat again until well combined.
  • Line a tin – roughly 12" x 6" with one layer of biscuits. Pour half the condensed milk mixture on top of the biscuits and spread out evenly.
  • Add another layer of biscuits. Add the rest of the condensed milk mixture and spread out evenly.
  • Place in the refrigerator for at least one day.

  • To serve – decorate with raspberry sauce and chocolate curls.


Note: I think Tennis biscuits are typically a South African biscuit. In the UK I use ‘Nice’ biscuits which are very similar. They are a butter biscuit with a hint of coconut in them. They come in packets of 250 g which should just be enough but it will depend on the dish you use. I would suggest buying two packets just in case. Any leftovers are perfect with a cup of coffee.


Serving: 1pieceCalories: 350kcal
Keyword Lemon, nobake, Summer
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