No dinner is complete without a little something sweet at the end. Nothing is better than chocolate for that after meal treat. You don’t even need much of it to satisfy that craving either. Served warm or cold, you can be sure that this chocolate cake is going to disappear fast.
*Myself and the Baron of Baking (my husband) had an issue that the whites would not stiffen at all. No matter what we did. There are some reasons that this can happen.
So I was not going to crack into another 6 eggs for their whites and try again. The Baron agreed with me. So we folded the egg-white mixture into the chocolate mixture and poured it into the springform pan. There was a little bit of leakage, which was caught by the baking tray that we used under the springform. I was surprised that the cake came out at all, but it was tasty. It did not rise at all, it was dense, but delicious. If the egg whites had come out, it would have been lighter, but just as good.
Next time I want to dress this up with perhaps a ganache, a caramel top, or maybe some sort of peppermint – thing for christmas. What would you top this cake with? Leave a comment and tell us how you would dress up this interesting cake.
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