It is a Sunday afternoon and all the things you wanted to do are done ..! What should be better than having a long walk in the sunshine or just having a lazy time in the sun?! Or if it is raining to read a book or watch a film together with your sweetheart?!
Maybe we both are a little bit different ..! When we're normally would have some time to relax one of us is always checking out what kind of ingredients we have in stock. After a while we find something nice and the first ideas pop up. To cook something spontaniosly is not so easy because you don't have all the needed fresh ingredients at home.
But if you find lots of different kinds of chocolate it's a completely different story! Flour, eggs and stuff is always on stock so it was obvious to make a moist chocolate cake. Sascha is not the type of guy who finds it easy to make a decision, so it was not so easy to decide which chocolate to use ... so we just used all of it :)
The next question was who should eat it with us?? We don't wanted to eat the whole thing alone ... although we could :-P
So our colleagues are always happy to try our sweets and like we describe before the situation about making decisions, we just made two cakes so we both could take one with us to the office...
Für 2 spring forms (21 cm) you need:
350 ml hot Water
200 g dark chocolate coating
180 ml rap seed oil
350 ml whole milk
330 g all-purpose flour
450 g sugar
1 tbsp Baking Soda
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1 1/2 tsp salt
1 tbsp vanilla sugar
each 100 g Chocolate (white, milk and dark chocolate)
400 g milk chocolate coating
130 ml heavy cream
There are 2 ways ... to eat the cake immediately with the liquid ganache or to store it over night in your fridge and to serve it the next day really cool. For us this is much more deliciously ..!
Even if you can buy fruits everywhere and you might bake a nice cake of them or to prepare other lovely sweets of them, for us chocolate is one of the favorites and we can bake cakes of it all the time!
What do you like most to your coffee? Something of chocolate or the fruity way of cake? Let us know ;-).