Chilli Chocolate Cake ❤

14 Aug

So I’m STILL really busy and this is cheeky – but I don’t have a lot of time for inventing. This cake recipe was from a great show that was screening on SBS television a few months back called Spice Trip. I tried this cake without the tequila and loved it so much I made it for our wedding day, along with a few other favourites as part of a cake banquet for our guests. I chose this because it is super duper quick and easy. No beatermix required. One bowl, a spoon and a whisk. Here is the link to the recipe

I undercook this cake because I’m always worried about turning out a frisbee and wasting the good chocolate I use to make it. It is gooey the first day (amazingly delicious served warm out of the oven), and it kind of sets by the second day and is moist, firm and superb! I recommend covering loosely with foil for the last five or ten minutes and whatever you do don’t open the oven door to sneak a peak or you’ll get a pancake. Opening the oven door too early in the cooking process will cause your cake to collapse.

Here are some wedding snaps. I’ll have to ask my sister for the Russian Tea Cakes recipes.




3 Responses to “Chilli Chocolate Cake ❤”

  1. Kitty August 15, 2013 at 12:25 am #

    Thanks so much for posting this! You may have to put up the passion fruit syrup cake too! All the wedding desserts were so amazing. A bride who can make her own cakes the day before the wedding- while keeping cool and sweet. You are amazing!

    • Claire August 16, 2013 at 12:14 pm #

      Hey Kitty, thanks for emailing the cookie recipe. I think I have the syrup cake recipe somewhere here. It was gluten free. I never got to try it! xox


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