Ganache-Topped Chocolate Cake
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 20 min. + cooling
Fantastic! Did not have a problem slicing it in small pieces as it is rich enough that you would not want much after a meal. Did not have orange flavoring but thought vanilla was enough. Cake could easily stand on its own without berries as well. Super easy and worthy of company. Thanks for sharing!
Any recipe will be diabetic friendly if you cut it into minuscule pieces. Was anyone able to cut a 9 inch cake into 12 pieces? Giving it a one.
Made this recipe a few times for barbecue get togethers, pretty easy to make but it definitely doesn't stretch far. If I make it again, it'll be for a party of 4.
This is actually a Sacher Torte. This recipe eliminated the step of melting a cup of apricot jam to brush over the cake before topping with ganache.
Too much fat and not a good ratio of percentage Cocoa
If I could give this recipe 10 stars, I would. It's terrific. I'm not a very good baker, but this came out just great.So moist and delicious, can't say enough about it. Will make this again and again.
For a diabetic friendly dessert, this certainly is better than most! I have made it several times to accommodate guests with sugar issues and it has always been well liked.
One of the easiest and most delicious cakes ever! I made just a few changes by adding orange zest and using 60 % coco for the ganache so there is a contrasting sweetness between it and the cake. This is truly an exceptional dessert recipe.P.S. runny ganache means too much cream.
It is so quick and easy to make. I can whip it up last minute. The ganache didn't turn out the first time but tried it again and had it turn out. My family likes it.
Delicious! Love the combination of chocolate and orange.