Everyone enjoys a nice big slice of cake.
Most passionate dessert lovers, don’t always consider the sugar factor when eating sweet desires. The Cake King has devised a new range of cakes, baked from scratch with a guilt free ending.
Who would have ever thought a sugar free cake could ever taste so delectable? With the new naturally sweetened cake varieties offered by The Cake King, we can all enjoy an even bigger slice of that dark chocolate mud that we all have only ever been dreaming about…
Here is one recipe that you can try for yourselves, make sure you write a comment and post a photo or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I would love to stay in contact with all you passionate cake lovers as I too, want to be able to eat and cheat on sugar.
Rich Moist Chocolate Cake
prep time; 20 minutes cook time: 35-45 minutes
- 125 grams dark cooking chocolate (choc compound)
- 60 grams butter
- 1 cup Natvia (or another brand you can find in the sugar section of the supermarket)
- 2 table spoons instant coffee
- 1 cup water
- 1/2 cup cocoa powder
- 2 eggs
- 1 cup self raising flour
- 1/2 cup desiccated coconut
- 100ml canola oil
- 50 grams dark chocolate chips
- 2 teaspoons cocoa powder
- 1 cup natvia
- 2 teaspoonss butter or margarine
- 1 tablespoon skim milk
- Place butter, water, chocolate, (non) sugar, coffee in a small pot over a medium heat. Mix all the ingredients together until all is combined and the sugar and chocolate is melted.
- Sift the flour into a separate bowl. Add the wet ingredients into the dry and stir till combined, then add the eggs.
- Whisk the mixture whilst adding the oil. NOTE; the mixture and oil should not be separated from one another.
- Pour the mixture into a 19cm round cake tin and bake at 175 degree celcius for a minimum of 35 minutes. NOTE; each oven is different, so timing may vary depending on your oven.
- Wet ingredients should always be cooled first before being added to the dry ones.
- All cakes need resting time. When baking, always bake the cake minimum one day prior to eating it. The combination of egg and flour need time to air-rate for it to become more moist and dense.
- Grind the Natvia sugar or ensure the sweetener you bought is superfine
- Put the sweetener into a bowl and sift he cocoa over it
- Add the softened butter and milk and mix till combined.
- Whisk or beat the icing for 1 minute for it to become fluffy
- The Icing can be used to pipe designs on top of the cake with a piping bag if beaten with an electric mixer.
This easy and simple recipe, is easy make and can be used in conjunction with cupcakes. It should yield approximately 20 cupcakes.