Just look at that shine! Check out this stunning loaf cake with fresh mint and zesty lime from baker, Edd Kimber. This seriously moreish recipe makes for a show-off sweet treat to serve your friends and family. Try our other loaf cake recipes here. Satisfyingly smooth and indulgent, this chocolatey malt mousse cake topped with crunchy salted pretzels is a perfect pudding to make for the holidays. Try our fun sweet and salty recipe ideas here. One of our best chocolate cake recipes. Who's a fan of layer cake? We have plenty more layer cake recipes here.
This recipe mashes up all of those flavours into one seriously epic cake.
Dense, sticky and decadent… just what we want in a chocolate cake. The frosting is pure heaven, and difficult to resist eating straight from the bowl!
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Looking for the best chocolate layer cake? Here's our recipe Find plenty more of Edd Kimber's incredible chocolate recipes here. Check out this chocolate celebration cake with tahini and honey. This indulgent layer cake is a real crowd pleaser and looks impressive too. It is a little tricky, but completely worth the effort. Make sure you use pistachios with a good, strong colour. This recipe for chocolate hazelnut cake celebrates a classic combination and is deliciously indulgent.
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Icebox cakes are popular in America and are incredibly simple to make — simply layer thin, crisp chocolate biscuits with sweetened whipped cream. Here we've used Oreos and Baileys cream to make ours extra-indulgent. It uses lots of biccies, but it feeds lots of people! The icebox cake is a US staple — the biscuits become pleasantly softened by the ice cream and the whole thing holds together so you can cut it into wedges. Flavours of raspberry, rose and vanilla give this show-off chocolate cake a very grown-up twist. Thanks for sharing Cammie! Any cup of regular coffee will do!
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Maecenas faucibus mollis interdum. Etiam porta sem malesuada magna mollis euismod. She was Typing this out makes me realize we have a lot more in common than I thought. Happy birthday gram, I love you. And love to you friends. I tried to make it extra special for grandma's birthday with handmade sugar-paste letters, and if you follow me on instagram you'll know grandma kept "wowing" at the fact that I made her something so special.
There's nothing better than a scratch-made chocolate cake for a loved one, no? I hope you save this one and make it for years and years to come. Course Anytime, Celebrate, Holiday. Author robyn holland sweetish. In a large bowl, sift all of the dry ingredients together: flour, sugar, cocoa, salt, baking powder and soda. With a whisk, stir your wet ingredients into your dry ingredients until combined. Be careful not to over mix. In the morning I moved onto the frosting. I love me a good American buttercream.
But I will acknowledge and emphasize that they are often very, very sweet. Enter this delicious Strawberry Marshmallow Frosting that may become my new go-to. It has very little added sugar, fresh strawberries and fresh-whipped egg whites. But not by much. I never knew how badly I needed Strawberry Marshmallow Frosting in my life.
So I frosted the chocolate birthday cake. I photographed half of the cake because Stella and I had inhaled the other half.
And then I excitedly texted Jessie: Good morning! And I knew I wanted to share this cake with you guys. Because you need this cake in your life. For birthdays. For celebrations. For no other reason then you want to stand in the kitchen and shove chocolate cake with bomb-ass frosting into your mouth.
Grease a bybyin pan with nonstick cooking spray or softened butter and line with parchment paper. Add the flour, cocoa powder, brown sugar, granulated sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt to the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment; mix on low speed until well combined. In a small bowl, or in a large 4-cup liquid measuring cup my preference , add the egg, egg yolks, vanilla, oil, and sour cream and whisk until combined.
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With the mixer on medium-low speed, slowly pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients. Beat until incorporated, scraping down the bowl with a rubber spatula as needed. Mix again on medium speed for 30 seconds, until smooth, scraping the bowl with a rubber spatula as needed. The batter will be quite thin Pour the batter into the prepared pan and bake for 28 to 32 minutes, rotating at the halfway point. The cake is ready when a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out with a moist crumb or two. Let cool completely in the pan.
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Or let cool enough so you can comfortably handle it, and invert the cake on to a serving plate to continue cooling. If you would rather serve slices directly from the pan, let cool to room temp before frosting. For the frosting: In a food processor fitted with the metal blade, or in a blender, process the berries until pureed. Place a sieve over a small bowl, pour the puree into the sieve, and using a rubber spatula, press the puree through the sieve to remove the seeds. Set aside. Add the egg whites, sugar, corn syrup, cream of tartar, and salt in the now-cleaned bowl of the stand mixer and nestle it in a saucepan of simmering water over medium-high heat.
Do not allow the bottom of the bowl to touch the water. Whisk until the mixture is just warm to the touch. Remove the bowl from the heat, add the puree and transfer it to the stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment. Mix on high speed until stiff and glossy, about 7 minutes. Add the lemon juice and whisk a final time to combine. Once the cake is cool, generously frost it and sprinkle the top with pink sanding sugar or sprinkles. The frosted cake is best served within a few hours with a few sliced strawberries on each plate - or, a scoop of strawberry ice cream - I mean this is a birthday cake, after all.
No butter anywhere. Love this cake and frosting recipe it looks delicious. Thank you for posting it. I did exactly as you suggested with the dried strawberries and added them to the fresh strawberries. The frosting was delicious.