Chocolate Cake Recipe

Chocolate Cake

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Ingredients

  • 4 Eggs
  • 250g Sugar
  • 250g Chocolate
  • 250g Butter
  • 250g Flour

How to make Chocolate Cake


I ate a cake like this at my favourite café in Stockholm. It's the BEST chocolate cake in the world and eating it will sure make you feel happy! My sister and I gave it the inofficial name "Sex Cake", since you could consider it a pretty good substitute.

It's very easy.

  1. Put the sugar and the 4 eggs in a bowl and beat everything until it becomes foamy.

  2. Melt the chocolate and the butter on the stove.

  3. Pour the cocolate/butter mixture into the bowl with the eggs and the sugar. Add the flour, and stir it in.

  4. Now you should have a liquid dough you put into a baking pan (you should coat the bottom and the sides of the pan with butter).

  5. Put the pan into the oven at 200°C for 20 to 25 minutes. The cake will be liquid inside, so don't cut it immediately when you took it out of the oven (well, only if you like a liquid butter, chocolate, sugar mixture - with vanilla sauce that might actually be pretty good!). Put it in the fridge instead.

  6. Enjoy!

  • tommy
    tommy says

    Awwwww this is cuteness!!!

  • guard952
    guard952 says

    That's a great idea to use the stencils with icing sugar! Sounds delicious too.

  • telliecoin
    telliecoin says

    sounds YUM!! plus i love the icing it's adorable

  • Laynie
    Laynie says

    Gorgeous decoration!

  • sideshowjo
    sideshowjo says

    Love the Bambis!

  • doreen
    doreen says

    I'm going to give this recipe a go for my boyfriend's birthday cake! For any Americans wishing to use this recipe, 250 grams is a smidge more than a cup (250 g = 1.087 c). Oh boy!

  • Kimmy
    Kimmy says

    where do you get bambi stencils from? They are adorable

  • Pokiholic
    Pokiholic says

    aaaaah! This was delicious. :D And I love how you decorate it with icing sugar and stencils. Simply genius idea~

  • Ashton
    Ashton says

    Grams are a measure of mass (weight), not volume, so grams can't be converted to cups unless you also know the ingredient. For Americans, 250g is about 9oz (or 0.55lbs). Delicious cake, btw. I'm making it for a birthday too... my own :D

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