For dense and beautifully textured, mud cakes make great wedding cakes and we have recipes for both chocolate and caramel versions.
This is a lovely, moist, rich chocolate cake, which can be eaten just on its own at any time. You can use any oil but I prefer olive oil as it's a nicer flavour. Store in a cake container no longer than a week but keeps longer in the fridge. This cake doesn't last, as everyone in our house loves it!
A new take on the traditional chocolate mud cake....YUM!
These little cakes taste like a very rich buttercake, they keep very well and have the perfect texture for baking into moulded shapes. You can also use paper liners if you don't have dariole moulds for this. This quantity will make about 24 cupcakes and cooking time will be slightly less.
This cake would be great for either a wedding cake or a birthday as it has the same texture as a mud cake and it is to die for...
Because sometimes all you want is a basic chocolate cake with chocolate icing! This mud cake is rich beyond belief. You will love it.
Chocolate fans will love this chocolate mud cake, I know I do. It is easy to make with only a few ingredients, the coffee gives the chocolate a deeper flavour.
You will love how amazingly easy this dessert is to make. These quantities make 16 small portions - believe me, a small portion is plenty!
A wonderful chocolate cake recipe made in the microwave for ease and convenience. Eat hot with a scoop of ice cream!
A mud cake is a very rich chocolate cake with chocolate icing. It's best made in a rectangular pan so you can serve small squares at a gathering.
This chocolate mud cake is baked then marshmallows are scattered on top and melted before being iced. The swirls are very pretty as well as delicious!