Please enjoy a slice of Chocolate Fudge Cake. No eggs, no dairy. Super duper fudgy and light at the same time. And get this, I made enough frosting for two full layers. Not like my first cake, when the back end of it went bare.
I'm getting closer.
Maybe next time I'll make enough frosting for four layers. Until then, have a groovy Tuesday and boogie boogie.
You're getting better! Now, pass a slice of cake, please.ReplyDelete
So yummy, I nearly made it again yesterday. I read your post, I hope to read more about your music and the things YOU'RE up too.Delete
Your blog makes me hungrier than any other blog in the blog-o-sphere :)ReplyDelete
Thanks bunches. Hope you're week is rockin' and rollin' so far. Cheers and boogie boogie.Delete
About 500ml (half a litre) of cream (before whipping) is enough to get icing for an average sized cake of two layers :) When you whip it you will get more than a litre of the icing or even more if you add something more in it too, like some caramel or pudding or whatever....ReplyDelete
Hi Dezzy. That does sound yummy. The one I wrote for this cake was an agave vegan vanilla frosting.Delete
No cream anywhere in sight. But that's a good idea for when I get into dairy-based frosting. Thanks.
the point of my comment is that about 1liter of any icing is the quantity you need to ice an average cake in the middle, on top and around.Delete
Thanks, Dezzy. I found that 100g of my veghead-friendly base frosting, gets me one round covered. Though I don't like a lot of frosting, so that still might be too little frosting for some. Especially those who like their cake covered on the sides.Delete
here in Europe the sponge layer has to have the same height as the icing layer :) A finger of sponge, a finger of icing, a finger of sponge :) We prefer icing to sponge.... we're decadent like thatDelete
Sounds like you found a system that works best for you. Which is part of the fun. Add a little or a lot. Whatever you like. It's all good.Delete
Hi Ivy, this is so beautiful and yummy. Can see that the cake is soft and moist and wow, like the frosting. Very perfectly done. You have a wonderful week and regards :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Ivy. So funny writing that name.Delete
Your chocolate chip muffins looked super yummy too. So much fun to bake, yes?
Hello Doughnut. That still makes me laugh, from yesterday. Good stuff. Good stuff.Delete
Mmmm, mmmm, mmmm.ReplyDelete
Now I want some chocolate cake.
Please, enjoy. It's light and fudgy. Somehow, it's both. I dunno how. But I'll take it just the same.Delete
Thanks. Don't mind if I do...(reaches through screen with the BIG fork...). Nom nom nom nom...ReplyDelete
Don't forget to take a slice for your honey bunny, too.Delete
Looks good, it would be gone fast here. I'm not big on chocolate but fudgy sounds good.ReplyDelete
The fudgy bit was fun.Delete
That looks yummy.ReplyDelete
What's that? Behind you! Right there! Take a look!ReplyDelete
Om nom nom nom....
I wondered if that was you.Delete
Yours did too. Really fun stuff.Delete
Oh, that looks sooooo good 'ReplyDelete
It was fun to eat.Delete
I am not a chocolate person.... but that looks really good.ReplyDelete
It wasn't sickly sweet, which I liked.Delete
I need to not come to your site when I am hungry! Mmm!ReplyDelete
I saved you a slice.Delete
Cho-co-late!! (drool, drool, drool).ReplyDelete
Read your new post. Good luck with it all. Sounds like a big job, but one that will feel really good when it's done.Delete
I love this fudgy cake !ReplyDelete
Why you dont put the recipe Ivy?
When I learn more I will. This is only my second cake I ever made. Right now I'm learning, writing, testing, learning, writing, testing.Delete
Ok I wait:)Delete
You are the cake queen. You make so many wonderful yummy bakes.Delete