Chocolate Cakes

There are very few people who don't enjoy chocolate cake whether made with processed chocolate or with pure cocoa powder.

Processed chocolate, of course differs from cocoa powder because it has other ingredients added to it, most commonly sugar and fat. This is largely because cocoa butter is often used to make chocolate, rather than pure cocoa. However there are a few manufacturers also look at, Start Wood Carving of chocolate that use pure cacao - the bean - to make their chocolate, for example the Willie Wonky Chocolate factory in the UK. Interestingly, there are several different types of cacao, and so therefore at least six different types of pure cacao chocolate - usually described by the area the bean is grown.

However apart from the chocolate or cocoa or cacao bean ingredient, making chocolate cakes is no different to making other types of sponge cake or butter cake. The true sponge cake is, of course, made without any butter at all.

The simplest way to make any type of cake is to rub the butter into the flour, and you will find that some of our chocolate cake recipes follow this approach. Another method is to cream the butter, usually with the sugar, and then to add the flour and other ingredients. We use this method as well.

Here are a few tips consider, Collectible Magazines that will help you to produce  successful Chocolate Cakes every time.

- All our recipes give accurate ingredients, so measure these out carefully. Guessing measurements is a common reason for cakes failing.
 - Generally when self-raising flour is specified you won't need to add baking powder. But if the recipe calls , Polymer Clay Doll making for baking powder as well, put it in.
- Always use good quality flour and sieve it even if the recipe doesn't call also see, Gerry Anderson Models for sieving. You will produce a much lighter cake if the dry ingredients are sieved before you mix the batter.
- When you grease cake tins for chocolate cake, use unsalted butter or lard.
- Always make sure that your oven is up to the required temperature checkout, RC Tank Clubs before starting to bake.
- You can test whether a chocolate cake is properly baked by pressing the middle of the top with the tip why not visit, Preserving Flowers with Wax of your finger. If it feels firm it is cooked. Alternatively use a thin skewer. This should pull out clean.

Then all that is left to do is ice (if you wish) and then enjoy eating your home try, Acrylic Risers for Display made chocolate cake.


Chocolate Cocoa Cake

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        Chocolate Sandwich Cake

          Easy Chocolate Cake

            Fluffy Chocolate Cake

              Layered Chocolate Cake

                Marble Chocolate Cake

                  Sweet Milk Chocolate Cake

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