Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Variation of Flourless Chocolate Cake


This is one of variations you can play around with Flourless Chocolate Cake. The cake actually looks handsome when naked, without topping, with cracky crusty look. However, this would give more creamy texture. And , if you happen to misshape the cake during the process, cover it up with whipped creme would be a quick fix.

See how gooey it is inside?


The one is my all time favorite, you can find cake recipe over here. For the whipping cream, you can use Cool Whip or the following.

1 teaspoon gelatin bloomed in 2 tbsp cold whipping creme for 10 minutes
2 cups of whipping creme
1 tbsp icing sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla extract


Once gelatin is bloomed, melt over low heat, until completely dissolved, don't bring to a boil. Let cool at room temperature. Set aside.

Pour cream into the chilled bowl and whip it vigorously until it just begins to hold its shape. Add about 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract and 1 tablespoon icing sugar, and continue to whip until it holds very soft, peaks. Drizzle cooled gelatin all at once to cream during whipping. Stop whipping when it forms soft peaks. Use immediately.

2 comments:

Grace said...

My favorite is also chocolate cake and this one really looks yummy (mouth watering). And your description of the "handsome-looking naked cake" is so funny as well~~~haha

elizabeth J. said...

Why do you need the gelatin in the whipped cream?