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A scrumptious and uncomplicated recipe for Chocolate Fudge Cake created in the Kenwood Chef. Ideal to make for an indulgent treat this Mothers Day!

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With Mother’s Day coming up this Sunday I believed I would share my recipe for this rapid and uncomplicated but super scrumptious Chocolate Fudge Cake. Presents, flowers and cards are all beautiful but a homemade cake, created with lots of appreciate can be just as specific.

No matter if you are generating this for your personal Mum, Grandmother or other specific lady in your life, it is confident to great down a storm this Mother’s Day. I created this cake with my daughter and it was actually beautiful to commit some time just the two of us in the kitchen.

Chocolate Fudge Cake made in the Kenwood Chef

For this recipe I’ve teamed with Kenwood.Kenwood have been generating their infamous Chef machines for years but not too long ago brought out 3 gorgeous new specific edition colours like this one particular named ‘Fortune Favours The Bold’. There are more than 25 attachments obtainable for it.

To make this cake you are going to have to have to use the classic K Beater attachment.

Chocolate Fudge Cake recipe made in the Kenwood Chef

The Kenwood Chef tends to make it so uncomplicated to whip up this cake. All the components get added at the exact same time to the bowl and get whisked up to develop a deliciously light and fluffy cake.

With the Kenwood Chef it is also actually uncomplicated to handle the speed of the mixing, so you can commence pretty slow and enhance the speed as you have to have to.

I’ve also identified the Kenwood Chef a good way to get my little ones involved in assisting me in the kitchen as well.

Kenwood Chef

After the cake batter is mixed you just have to have to divide it in between two greased and lined tins and then bake in the oven for 25 minutes.

While the cake is cooking and then cooling you can get on with generating the chocolate ganache topping. Add some great good quality chocolate (I applied a 70% cocoa chocolate) and double cream to a huge jug and cautious warm in the microwave till the chocolate has melted, making sure you do not overheat the cream.

Chocolate Ganache cake topping

It is then time to decorate! Spread a layer of the ganache in between the two cakes and then cover the complete cake in the topping as well.

To decorate the best we applied some sliced strawberries and chocolate stars but the cake will be just as scrumptious served as it is.

Easy Chocolate Fudge Cake

If you attempt my Chocolate Fudge Cake please do leave me a comment and a star rating beneath. You can also share your images with me on on Instagram.  I usually appreciate to see your creations!

Easy Chocolate Fudge Cake recipe

Disclosure: I have been compensated for my time spent operating with Kenwood but all thoughts and opinions are sincere and are my personal. You can see the complete variety of Kenwood Chefs more than on their site.

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Quick Chocolate Fudge Cake – Kenwood Chef


Description

A scrumptious and uncomplicated recipe for Chocolate Fudge Cake created in the Kenwood Chef. Ideal to make for an indulgent treat this Mothers Day!


Components

  • 30g cocoa powder
  • 100ml boiling water
  • 175g self-raising flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 175g caster sugar
  • 175g butter, softened
  • three medium eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract

To decorate:

  • 200g great good quality chocolate
  • 200ml double cream
  • strawberries, sprinkles or any other decorations

Guidelines

  1. Prehet the oven to 180c/170c fan. Grease and line two round cake tins (approx 20cm every single).
  2. Attach the K Beater attachment to the Kenwood Chef.
  3. Mix the cocoa powder and boiling water in a mug till you have a smooth liquid then add to the Kenwood Chef bowl.
  4. Add in the flour, baking powder, sugar, butter, eggs and vanilla and commence to mix, pretty gradually at very first and then enhance the speed till all the components are nicely combined.
  5. Divide the cake mixture in between the two ready cake tins and bake in the oven for 25 minutes.
  6. Permit to cool for a couple of minutes in the tins just before transferring to a wire rack to cool entirely.
  7. In the meantime you can make the chocolate ganache topping by adding the chocolate, broken up into modest squares and the cream to a huge jug. Heat in the microwave to melt but be pretty cautious to guarantee that the cream does not get as well hot. I do this by microwaving it in 15/20 second bursts, stirring and then repeat till all the chocolate has melted.
  8. After the cakes have cooled add one particular of them to a cake stand and spread some of the ganache on best. Add the second cake on best of that and then cover the complete cake with the remaining ganache.
  9. Decorating the best is completely optional but we added some sliced strawberries and chocolate stars.

Notes

This cake will hold in an airtight cake tin for up to three days.