marron and chocolate cakes

Chocolate Petal Wedding Cake


Be amazed by cakes from www.marthastewartweddings.com.

It is amazing that bakers could do something as amazing as this. As an amateur baker, I would love to make something as beautiful as this one.

I am even too amazed to think of a witty way to describe how it looks! If I were to have it, I wouldn’t want to take a piece of this beautiful creation.

Chocolate Marquise


Here’s a picture of an outstanding chocolate recipe with nothing short of chocolate goodness from bbcgoodfood.com.

I am telling you right away that this chocolate dessert is worth a try. It has an absolutely distinct texture and flavor in it that will drive you crazy and get you down begging for more.

This Chocolate Marquise will put a permanent smile on your face. Its chocolate goodness surpasses the typical chocolate flavor. Surely, you and everyone you share this with will enjoy it to the last bite.

Ingredients
300g dark chocolate , iuse 70%, good quality, such as Valrhona or Green & Black’s
150g unsalted butter , softened
150g caster sugar
6 tbsp cocoa powder
6 eggs
450ml double cream
300g box After Eights
Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolateissimo Cake Recipe


A picture of a very delectable chocolate cake recipe from chocolatebakeryblog.com.

I am at a state of shock just seeing this recipe. I really like the idea that it’s chocolate and it’s gluten-free. Everyone would surely agree to me that this would serve as the best alternative chocolate dessert.

This Chocolateissimo Cake is an astounding bite of pure chocolate perfection. Every bite is a sure-fire creamy delight. My friends are really dying to know the secret behind this. Can’t wait to tell them how simple this recipe is after all.

Ingredients:
8 oz. semisweet chocolate
2 Tbl. Liquid coffee
2 oz. butter
½ C sugar
6 oz. butter, room temperature
8 Eggs, separated
1/3 C. sugar
¼ tsp. cream of tartar.

Wolfgang’s 16-layer Chocolate Cake


Finally, something that sounds unique, looks grand, and tastes good all-in-one from foodnetwork.com.

I stumbled into this recipe when I least expected it. I first get a glance of the finished product before knowing its label. The look is really a unique play of design and flavors, but the name. The name says it all.

This Wolfgang’s 16-layer Chocolate Cake is really something special. The number of layers it has is unbelievable. My family would surely love to enjoy this dessert any time of the day.

Moist Chocolate Polenta Cake


Something to give and to receive for any special occasion from foodnetwork.com.

I always wanted a recipe that’s easy to do and to bake, but is clearly a “fitting for an emperor” taste. Good thing! I found this cake.

This Moist Chocolate Polenta Cake is a striking sweet tooth desirable sin. The look is simple enough to take everyone’s breath in an instant. Just one bite and I’m sure you’ll give in. Like what happened to me.

Ingredients
16 ounces semisweet chocolate
8 ounces (2 sticks) unsalted butter
11 eggs, separated
3/4 cup granulated sugar
2 tablespoons brandy or liqueur (recommended: Cognac, Grand Marnier, Amaretto, or Sambuca)
1/2 cup imported polenta or domestic cornmeal (not quick cooking)
Confectioners’ sugar

Carafe’s Bittersweet Chocolate Cake


Something to keep the bittersweet fondness of love and cupcakes alive from oregonlive.com.

Carafe’s Bittersweet Chocolate Cake is a medieval blush of ladylove and knight’s passion. This cake is really one of the best cakes I’ve tried so far.

The bittersweet title isn’t actually followed to the word, but everything about this cake stirs bittersweet memories of romance. Perhaps it’s the cake, or perhaps it’s the chocolate, but in the end, this Carafe’s Bittersweet Chocolate Cake is one thing I can fall in love with over and over again.

Chocolate Covered Cake


A photograph of a chocolaty feast from fortheloveofcake.ca.

Weddings are always memorable. A perfect wedding cake can make this event even more memorable if not extra special.

This Chocolate Covered Cake is one wedding cake one shouldn’t want to dare miss. The simplicity of the design is not at all a downside but a subtle feat for the special occasion. The chocolate frosting and chocolate ganache make every bite a goodness-filled experience. It truly is a literal cake covered with chocolate.

Cordillera Chocolate Mousse Cake


A gluttonous sweet delicacy from RJT Photog. on Flickr.

This looks like the perfect bite for any and every occasion. This dessert is an abundant convention of different tasty elements.

This Cordillera Chocolate Mousse Cake is a perfect blend of varying yet delectable flavors. The dulce de leche ice cream gives the unique ensemble a cold edge. The chipotle and tangerine caramel drizzle gave the dessert a perky yet suitable side. Given a chance, I shall make one for Valentine’s as this dessert captures the sweet taste of love.

Chocolate Profiterole Cake


A profitable cake photo from laRuth on Flickr.

Looks like a gourmand patisserie game me another reason to break my diet. This dish is not only delish it’s an ultimate desirable bite all the same.

The presentation of this Chocolate Profiterole Cake is simply enthralling. It’s supremely unique and authentic in every angle. The layers of milk chocolate and white chocolate profiteroles are enough to lure everyone and anyone. Fortunately, it lured me first. Profiteroles are truly profitable.

Chocolate Tsunami


A non-disastrous dessert from Hynly on Flickr.

Tsunamis could be very dangerous and life-threatening, but when this Chocolate Tsunami is served on my plate, my view on tsunamis has changed in a considerable number of ways.

Banana, vanilla, and chocolate ice creams, brownies, blueberries, raspberries, strawberry, boysenberries, a whip cream-filled cone, and drizzled white and dark chocolate: all these make a unified whole that is as alarming as tsunami but as calm as the breeze. Yummy! Yummier! Yummiest! – That’s how I can define this dessert.