The Best Chocolate Fudge Cake Recipe
The Ultimate Recipe for making the Best Chocolate Fudge Cake
Learn how to make the ultimate, the most deliciously rich Chocolate Fudge Cake right here! From a very young age I remember my mother making me and my sister chocolate fudge cakes for our birthdays, christmas and other occasions and it has forever held a special place in my top 10 favourites foods list. Chocolate fudge cake was in fact one of the first things I ever tried to make from scratch, and I recall having a lot of trouble getting the inner parts to cook. Many attempts have since followed including one where I forgot to add the sugar! I have since become very adept at making these cakes and I wish to share my knowledge with whoever cares to listen.
Betty Crocker Warm Delights
If you don't have time to bake a Chocolate Fudge Cake yourself then try these. They take just a few minutes in the microwave and you can guarantee your guests will be asking for the recipe. Erm, just say that it's a family heirloom.
Large Cake Tins - perfect for Chocolate Fudge Cake cooking
I use similar one's for when I bake my cakes, although they are great for other things too!
- 200 g of Chocolate - I use Belgium but any good quality chocolate will be fine
- 200 g Light Muscavado Sugar
- 200 g Caster Sugar
- 200 g of Butter or Margarine
- 85 g of Self Raising Flour
- 85 g of Plain Flour
- 3 eggs
- 5 tbsp Milk
- Â¼ tsp Bicarb. Of Soda
- 1. Pre-heat your oven to Gas Mark 3 / 140 C (fan assisted) / 160 C (conventional)
- 2. Grease (can use butter) and line two cake tins
- 3. Break the chocolate into small pieces and melt along with the butter. There are many ways you can do this, just do not expose the chocolate or butter to a naked flame, and do not overheat.
- 4. Add and mix the two flours, sugars and bicarbonate of soda into a large mixing bowl using your hands to thoroughly remove all lumps.
- 5. Add the eggs and milk and stir until the mixture is even throughout.
- 6. Add the melted chocolate and butter to the mixture and stir.
- 7. Divide the mixture between the two tins and bake for about two hours. To check that the cakes are completely cooked, push a knife into the centre of the cakes and if they come out clean, then the cakes are done.
- 8. Once cooked, leave to cool. Now cut off the top of both cakes where they have risen. Make sure that they are both as level as they can be. This will help with the topping.
Chocolate Fudge Cake Recipe Books
Fancy trying some other recipes for Chocolate Fudge cakes, have a look at these. Personally, I recommend trying Miss Hopes's Chocolate Box. I made the truffles from there and they were amazing!
Chocolate Fudge Cake Mixtures
Don't fancy going through the hassle of having to mix all the ingredients or perhaps you like to cook with your little one, if so, cake mix is perfect for you. Choose from any of the three below, they all make extremely tasty cakes!
Chocolate Fudge Cake Topping
- 200 g of Chocolate
- 284 ml Double Cream
- 1. Break up the chocolate into a pan and add all of the cream. Heat gently, stirring occasionally until the mixture has melted.
- 2. Place one of the cakes on a sandwich board and pour roughly 1/3 of the topping mixture over the cake and smooth with the back of a spoon or a knife.
- 3. Place the second cake on top of the first using the topping as a glue. Pour the rest of the mixture over the top of the cake, covering the top and sides.
- 4. Leave to cool, and it is now ready to decorate. You can use grated chocolate or some icing sugar to give it the Christmas look!
- 5. Gobble it up! Don't forget to share!
Great Chocolate Fudge Cake Recipes
Choose from one of these amazing Chocolate Fudge Cake recipes available online, including Jamie Oliver's own recipe, Cadbury's and Nigella Lawson's recipe.
- Cadbury's Chocolate Fudge Cake Recipe
A great Chocolate Fudge Cake Recipe for any special celebration or Birthday surprise. Quick and easy to make, and deliciously chocolaty!
- BBC - Chocolate fudge cake
Recipe uses 85g/3oz self-raising flour, 30g/1oz cocoa powder, pinch salt, 115g/4oz light muscovado sugar, 115g/4oz unsalted butter, softened, 1 tsp...
- CHOCOLATE FUDGE CAKE
This is the sort of cake you'd want to eat the whole of when you'd been chucked. But even the sight of it, proud and tall and thickly iced on its stand, comforts.
- Jamie Oliver's Chocolate Fudge Cake
This cake is best made using a food processor, as you can simply add everything and blitz it up together, but you can easily make it by hand if you buy ground almonds and grate the chocolate into the mix.
- Carnation Chocolate Fudge Cake
"The Americans know a thing or two about really wonderful fudge cake, this is based on an American recipe and uses oil instead of butter which cuts down on the saturated fat a little; We've done the hard bit for you by making Caramel which goes into
Small Cake Tins
If one large cake seems too bland and unexciting then why not mix it up abit. Splitting the mixture into multiple tins you could make 6 smaller but just as tasty Chocolate Fudge cakes!
Or if you fancy sprucing it up even more, or perhaps you're baking a cake for a special occasion, I've put a couple of unconventional cake tins below.