• Wafer sheets “Family” – 1 pack
  • Walnut — 150 g
  • Snacks – 1 pack
  • Butter – 200 g
  • Honey – 2 tsp
  • Sugar – 1 tsp
  • Cocoa powder – 2 tsp
  • Milk – 4 tsp
  • Lemon acid – ½ tea spoon
  • Condensed milk – 4 tsp
  • Glaze for a cake – 100g
  • Chip Coconut – 50g
  • Sugar powder – 150g
  • An egg – 1 pcs
  • Lemon juice – 20 ml


  1. Grind nuts, cookies break hands into small pieces. In a small saucepan shift, nuts, cookies, sugar, honey, pour milk, stir and put on a slow fire. Cook until the honey and sugar melt, stir constantly to avoid burning (20–30 seconds after boiling).

  2. Remove from an oven, add butter, lemon acid. Wait for the butter to melt and stir for a while. Allow to cool slightly, but not completely.

  3. Divide the mass into 2 portions and spread onto 2 layers, the upper one and third leave blank.

  4. Put on top of a heavy plate or a small pan with 500 ml of water.

  5. Leave in the refrigerator for 2–3 hours until it freezes.

  6. Cookies grind in a blender into crumbs. Crumb should be the same and small. Also, cookies can be grated on a very fine grater.

  7. Mix the crumbs with the remnants of the cream to a thick paste. To make the paste more liquid, add some cream or milk. A thin layer, coat the sides and top cake. Put the cake on a dish or serving plate

  8. Prepare «Icing»: Mix1 egg-whites together with 150 g powdered sugar, add a few drops of lemon juice. The mass should be very thick. Put in a pastry bag or bag, make a small hole with scissors. Draw or print snowflakes or other figures on plain paper, cover the paper with a sheet of parchment, or any transparent surface, film, package, file will fit. Draw on the contour of the figure and allow to dry for 5–12 hours.

    Bon appetit!