These cakes called 'Lamingtons' down under and they're little sponge cakes coated in chocolate and coconut. Any firm type of plain sponge cake works well.
I've used almonds instead of flour in this cake. It's rich, easy and yummy. You'll love it!
Chocolate and coffee have worked beautifully in cakes since Victorian times. I'm sure you'll enjoy this treat!
This is a cake with wonderful flavours, thanks to mocha and peanut butter!
I got this recipe when I worked in an area of Germany called the Kaisersthul, a volcanic outcrop in the Black forrest (Schwartzwald) region. It is so rich and delicious - you just will not believe it! It takes a little time, but its worth it.
Ready in under an hour, you'll love this ganache and cream filled, super moist cake.
Prunes soaked in brandy are the big surprise here in this smooth, rich French-style super chocolaty cake. It's not too sweet and even if over-cooked (which is pretty easy to do) the taste is still fantastic.
This cake consists of multiple layers formed by chocolate pancakes, cream, fruits and ganache, and is covered with a ganache. Although this is a sweet dish suitable for dessert, it is not over-powering, and looks fantastic when cut.
These yummy cakes are moist and chocolaty, and are topped with a delicious chocolate buttercream and coloured sweets. I hope you will enjoy them!!!
Breakfast or tea time, autumn is incomplete without these rich muffins. Pumpkin puree makes these muffins super-moist, whereas the chocolate chips, give them an excellent flavour.