Heart-shaped Chocolate Cake – Best Cake for Valentine

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The opportunity to give your loved one a sweet, tasty treat when Valentine’s Day arrives is an opportunity you must not pass up. Why not try a Heart-shaped chocolate cake this Valentine?

Chocolate is always a hit on Valentine’s Day. A heart-shaped chocolate cake is easy to make and with Valentine’s Day getting closer by the day, it is time to make sure we have a decent Chocolate cake recipe in hand.

Heart-shaped chocolate cake

  1. 1 (18.25 ounce) package chocolate cake mix
  2. 1 bag chocolate chips
  3. Egg 1/2,
  4. Water 2 teaspoon of water,
  5. Whipped cream 45g
  6. Unsalted butter 30g
  7. Brandy 1/2 teaspoon (Optional)

Preheat oven at 160 ° C.

Chocolate sauce:

Make chocolate sauce by melt 5 chocolate beans and unsalted butter together

Chocolate cake:

  • Add the eggs, water, chocolate cake mixture pack, chocolate sauce and brandy together and Stir.
  • Pour chocolate cake mixture into the paper pan
  • Bake for 20 to 25 minutes
  • Pour the cake out and let it cool completely
  • Cut the cake into heart-shape
  • Decorate chocolate cake with wiping cream and chocolate sauce. Serve.

Photo credit: howtocookgourmet

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6 responses to “Heart-shaped Chocolate Cake – Best Cake for Valentine

  1. Thanks for visiting my blog. I’m now expat in Saudi Arabia. It’s just great to correspond around the world. I like the recipe but I’m hard pressed to get a heart shaped cake pan. All the best.

    • Hi, Victor,

      Hope you have a great time in Saudi! Many of our friends have been there.

      No worries about the heart shape, a round cake will be as good so long as chocolate is included for us. :D

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