5 Baking Recipes with TWO Ingredients

With the current situation we’re in, we have to fill our time with meaningful, productive activities to keep us going. If you’re thinking about trying your hand at baking but worried that something might go wrong or that you’ll waste your ingredients, don’t be. Here are several recipes to get you started, and the best part is that they only need TWO ingredients!

Condensed Milk Chocolate Truffles

Recipe & Image credit: Nino’s Home.


  • 240 g Condensed Milk
  • 100 g Cocoa Powder


  • Pour the condensed milk into a pot and start cooking. One thing to keep in mind is to make sure the heat isn’t too high as it can boil real fast. So, as soon as it begins to boil, turn off the gas to prevent it from burning.
  • Prepare your sift for the cocoa powder, as you'll be pouring it into the milk. Sift the cocoa powder three times as you pour it into the milk to make sure it doesn't get lumpy. Stir and blend until the mixture is thick and smooth.
  • Place the mixture in a container with plastic wrap over it and place it in the refrigerator for 2-3 hours.
  • Now the chocolate mixture has hardened, it’s easier to cut and shape it. Sprinkle some cocoa powder on a cutting board before placing the truffles on top as you prepare to cut them. To keep them from sticking, sift some cocoa powder on top.
  • Now, it’s time to shape your truffles however you like! Normally, they’re shaped in circles but let your creativity burst through and you can top it off with more cocoa powder as a finishing touch.

Steamed Oreo Cake


  • 2 packets of Oreos
  • 200 ml Chocolate Milk


  • Start separating the cream from the Oreo cookies into a bowl before blending the cookies in a blender or crushing them by hand with a pestle.
  • Add the white cream of the Oreos into the crushed cookies along with the chocolate milk. Mix well.
  • Pour the mixture into a container and proceed to steam it for 45 minutes.
  • Add any of your desired topping on top and now, your simple and quick steamed Oreo cake is ready to be devoured!


Recipe & Image credit: Emma’s Goodies


  • 140 g Self-rising Flour
  • 190 g Plain Yogurt


  • Combine self-rising flour and yoghurt into a bowl and mix them well together.
  • Pipe the dough into a circle with a piping bag or scoop it into the shape of a circle with a spoon.
  • Before cooking the doughnuts, preheat the oil to 160-170 degrees Celsius. To ensure that they are cooked evenly, move them about.
  • Cook them until golden and you’re ready to serve!

Oreo Bark

Image & Recipe credit: Spoon University


  • 1 pack of Oreos
  • 28 g White Chocolate Chips


  • Melt the white chocolate chips in a pot over the stove for about 1-2 minutes until it turns smooth and creamy.
  • Crush 20 Oreos into the mixture.
  • Place your parchment paper on your baking pan and pour in the mixture.
  • Sprinkle some crumbled Oreo cookies on top and let it cool in the fridge for around 45 minutes or more for it to harden, then serve.

Two-ingredient Chocolate Cake

Image & Recipe credit: Buat Orang Lapo


  • 250 g Cooking Chocolate
  • 4 Egg yolks
  • 4 Egg whites


  • To begin, you'll need 250 grammes of cooking chocolate. This can be any type of cooking chocolate that you desire, whether it’s milk chocolate or dark chocolate. Pick one that you believe would give your taste buds a heavenly experience. As we're only using two ingredients, the chocolate's flavour is important.
  • Boil down the chocolate by using the “double boil” method or a microwave. Once it has melted, set it aside to cool.
  • With 4 eggs, separate the whites and the yolks. Make sure that your egg whites are pure and clean from any impurities as it will affect the egg whites from expanding. Your cake will not be fluffy if the egg whites don’t expand!
  • With the egg whites, beat it slowly with a mixer and gradually increase the speed setting until they turn thick and fluffy.
  • Bring back the melted chocolate and insert your egg yolks one by one. Stir every time you pour an egg yolk into the bowl with a whisk until it’s mixed well.
  • Add the egg whites mixture earlier but pour at least ⅓ first into the bowl before stirring it slowly to maintain the air in the egg whites. Don’t stir too hard or too quickly, or else your cake will be compressed. Then, add another ⅓ of the egg whites and stir until all of the egg whites have been added.
  • Make sure your oven is preheated for 10-15 minutes.
  • Coat your baking pan with butter before covering the bottom of the pan with baking paper.
  • Bake the chocolate cake for 30 minutes at a temperature of 160 degrees Celsius.
  • Let it cool for one hour before serving.


You can add any toppings that you like on top of your cake such as icing sugar. Don’t worry too much about how your cake looks, remember that we are only using two ingredients and if this is your start to baking, you’ve done it!

Now that you’re all caught up, don’t be afraid to try these easy dessert recipes out and work on your baking skills with other recipes we offer. Be sure to check them out!

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