June 27, 2020 2:20:44 pm
Have a special occasion round the corner and wondering what to get for your dear one? Instead of buying, why not surprise your loved one with a homemade cake? If you haven’t gotten on the baking spree yet, here’s an easy recipe that would do the trick. It is a super simple recipe that doesn’t require much effort but will be delicious nonetheless.
Raman Okram, who is passionate about cooking, shared this easy cake recipe on his Instagram account.
Chocolate coffee mousse cake
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Chocolate coffee mousse cake! Swipe right➡️. Chocolate base- 4 eggs 120g caster sugar 100g plain flour 20g cocoa powder 1/2 tbsp baking powder 40ml oil 40ml milk Bake the chocolate base for 30-35mins at 170c. Let the cake cool down completely before assembling. X Coffee mouse- 2 egg yolks 80-100g sugar (adjust if the whipping cream is already sweet) 12g cornflour 160ml warm milk Vanilla 4-5g instant coffee 5g gelatin 30ml water X 260ml whipping cream X Extra cocoa powder for dusting X Cherries/strawberries for topping Melt white chocolate and dark chocolate in separate bowls add 1 tbsp oil each. Dip the berries and place it on top of the cake.
4 no – Eggs
120g – Caster sugar
100g – Plain flour
20g – Cocoa powder
1/2tbsp – Baking powder
40ml – Oil
40ml – Milk
*Bake the chocolate base for 30-35 minutes at 170C.
*Let the cake cool down completely before assembling.
2 no – Egg yolk
80-100g – Sugar (adjust if the whipping cream is already sweet)
12g – Cornflour
160ml – Warm milk
4-5g – Instant coffee
5g – Gelatin
30ml – Water
260ml whipping cream
Extra cocoa powder for dusting
Cherries/strawberries for topping
*In a bowl, add the mousse ingredients and blend.
*Melt white chocolate and dark chocolate in separate bowls.
*Add 1 tbsp oil each.
*Dip the berries and place it on top of the cake.
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