!x, So personally I wouldn’t use those chocolates no – but it may be alright. Snip the end off the bags and pipe into the cake batter – saves a little time on the washing up . Another wonderful recipe to try. Where did I go wrong? Melt your Dark, Milk and White Chocolates carefully, and leave to cool whilst doing the cake mix! Do this all the way round the cake, then fill in the centre with more ganache. Bake the triple chocolate cake for 30 minutes at 35oºF or until a toothpick comes out from the center with a few gooey crumbs still attached. Just wanted to ask one question.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, April 2019.

My chocolate was warm enough and I used a piping bag. Thank you for inspiring me to bake again, my family and friends are very grateful but sadly my waste line isn’t !! I personally think a bake like this is completely and utterly worth all the washing up, as its one of the most satisfying bakes to look at, and eat. The chocolate shouldn’t cause that though – unless the chocolate is too hot and melting other ingredients, but generally adding melted chocolate to a mix is normal! Do you know what quantities I would use for a 6″ cake or the best way to convert ingredients for smaller cakes?? I think I understand what you are saying regarding piping two rings for each layer of cake. I love it. You can find me on: Whole milk is much better as the less fatty the milk, the more likely it is to split. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Red Velvet Loaf Cake! Could I use mascarpone frosting? I have a few questions about the decoration part which may sound silly! My family aren’t fans of buttercream so I’m looking for alternatives.

I’m Jane, a food writer, photographer and blogger. What would be the adjusted ingredients please? Chocolate tends to set firmer, but can be easier (As some people struggle with ganache being too thin as too much cream is used) xx.
Your recipe is so great but halfway through i get really confused because there is so much mess and everything just becomes confusing. Also, do you recommend putting the cake in the fridge to set during any of the decorating stages? Turn your mixer back down to low and add in the rest of your liquids slowly.

Split the mixture between three bowls, and to each bowl add one of the melted chocolates - mix till smooth. It will be my standard chocolate cake recipe, can't wait to try it again with different fillings and frostings. I only use a brand such as dairy milk if specified! I was just wondering, what piping tip do you use for the decoration on the top? Thanks in advance Ian. And yes! Cool in the tins for 10 mins before turning out onto a cooling rack and cooling completely. It’s slightly mad, but having to melt chocolate basically SIX times is a bit much. Yum!!! https://www.yummly.com/recipes/triple-chocolate-fudge-cake-mix x. This is optional, but cake with chocolate in always turns a bit more madeira like (particularly the dark chocolate sponge)! For less people how would you recommend scaling the recipe down? Hi Jane, Jane, I’ve made 4 of your amazing cakes so far and every one has turned out fab so I planned to make this cake for my partners birthday. Press the bark shards into the cake, sticking up. I’m quite new to baking so apologises if this is a silly question.. so on a previousl drip cake your recipe used milk & dark chocolate with double cream for the drip but this one you’ve just used milk chocolate only for the drip. I wanting to make this cake using 2x 8″ tins and leaving out the white choc layer. Pipe the ganache on top of the cake, nudging it over the edge and allowing it to drip down neatly. I’v purchased x3 20cm sandwich tins from The Range – link below. x.

Chill for 20 mins. I have brought dairy milk choc, milky bar choc and bournville choc… will these still be ok to use ?? As you look at the top I can see three lots of buttercream piping. I hope you understand what I mean.
{{ links." /> !x, So personally I wouldn’t use those chocolates no – but it may be alright. Snip the end off the bags and pipe into the cake batter – saves a little time on the washing up . Another wonderful recipe to try. Where did I go wrong? Melt your Dark, Milk and White Chocolates carefully, and leave to cool whilst doing the cake mix! Do this all the way round the cake, then fill in the centre with more ganache. Bake the triple chocolate cake for 30 minutes at 35oºF or until a toothpick comes out from the center with a few gooey crumbs still attached. Just wanted to ask one question.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, April 2019.

My chocolate was warm enough and I used a piping bag. Thank you for inspiring me to bake again, my family and friends are very grateful but sadly my waste line isn’t !! I personally think a bake like this is completely and utterly worth all the washing up, as its one of the most satisfying bakes to look at, and eat. The chocolate shouldn’t cause that though – unless the chocolate is too hot and melting other ingredients, but generally adding melted chocolate to a mix is normal! Do you know what quantities I would use for a 6″ cake or the best way to convert ingredients for smaller cakes?? I think I understand what you are saying regarding piping two rings for each layer of cake. I love it. You can find me on: Whole milk is much better as the less fatty the milk, the more likely it is to split. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Red Velvet Loaf Cake! Could I use mascarpone frosting? I have a few questions about the decoration part which may sound silly! My family aren’t fans of buttercream so I’m looking for alternatives.

I’m Jane, a food writer, photographer and blogger. What would be the adjusted ingredients please? Chocolate tends to set firmer, but can be easier (As some people struggle with ganache being too thin as too much cream is used) xx.
Your recipe is so great but halfway through i get really confused because there is so much mess and everything just becomes confusing. Also, do you recommend putting the cake in the fridge to set during any of the decorating stages? Turn your mixer back down to low and add in the rest of your liquids slowly.

Split the mixture between three bowls, and to each bowl add one of the melted chocolates - mix till smooth. It will be my standard chocolate cake recipe, can't wait to try it again with different fillings and frostings. I only use a brand such as dairy milk if specified! I was just wondering, what piping tip do you use for the decoration on the top? Thanks in advance Ian. And yes! Cool in the tins for 10 mins before turning out onto a cooling rack and cooling completely. It’s slightly mad, but having to melt chocolate basically SIX times is a bit much. Yum!!! https://www.yummly.com/recipes/triple-chocolate-fudge-cake-mix x. This is optional, but cake with chocolate in always turns a bit more madeira like (particularly the dark chocolate sponge)! For less people how would you recommend scaling the recipe down? Hi Jane, Jane, I’ve made 4 of your amazing cakes so far and every one has turned out fab so I planned to make this cake for my partners birthday. Press the bark shards into the cake, sticking up. I’m quite new to baking so apologises if this is a silly question.. so on a previousl drip cake your recipe used milk & dark chocolate with double cream for the drip but this one you’ve just used milk chocolate only for the drip. I wanting to make this cake using 2x 8″ tins and leaving out the white choc layer. Pipe the ganache on top of the cake, nudging it over the edge and allowing it to drip down neatly. I’v purchased x3 20cm sandwich tins from The Range – link below. x.

Chill for 20 mins. I have brought dairy milk choc, milky bar choc and bournville choc… will these still be ok to use ?? As you look at the top I can see three lots of buttercream piping. I hope you understand what I mean.
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triple chocolate cake recipe


No.. you keep the 150g separate for the crumb coat as it says.

Some people can say ‘ you can’t taste the difference between the milk and dark layers’, but that tends to be because you’re using the incorrect chocolate. You just need to do what you think you would prefer to do. I have 8 inch/20cm cake tins, however they are not shallow at all. I am looking to make a milk chocolate birthday cake but dont want to use supermarket chocolate for it to taste cheapx. Thanks It sounds like it could be over baked?! ❤️ Fudgey Chocolate, Triple Chocolate Cheesecake! Is that what you’ve used? Hi Jane, hi! (C) 2020 - Jane's Patisserie. Also if i was to make this as a two tier cake what would the measurements be? Would you recommend this cake or one of your other recipes which uses cocoa powder rather than melted chocolate? Thank you! Milk chocolate tends to come in at about 35% usually, so there is quite a difference. Will keep for up to three days kept in a cool place in an airtight container. x. Thanks. Hello, ps I totally agree with you I wouldn’t know where I would be without my Kitchen Aid! As in you make mess in the kitchen? Maybe add a little milk to the dark chocolate mix and make sure not to over bake! Indulge in these irrestible chocolate cake recipes. It also makes the cakes slightly heavier, which is why I used the baking powder in this beauty. x. I made this recipe and it was amazing, I was just wondering if you could make these into cupcakes instead? Once the cakes are completely cool you can trim them and frost them. Yum. I use supermarket own chocolate for all three layers, I wouldn't recommend stuff like Galaxy or Dairy Milk for the milk layers - just go with the cheap!

Heat your heavy whipping cream until it's just starting to simmer, do not boil.

And if yes are the measurements of the frosting going to be the same?? At this stage, they can be frozen, well wrapped, for up to eight weeks. X. I stupidly went out and brought everything before reading this the entire way though!! How To Make Sourdough Starter For Beginners, Authentic Copycat Lofthouse Cookie Recipe, Fresh Strawberry Cake With Strawberry Buttercream, Sign up for our email newsletter and get new recipes + tuts first, ©2015-2020 Sugar Geek Show, Inc. All Rights Reserved, Sugar Geek Show, P.O. Do not over-heat or you can break your ganache. x. hi I just wanted to ask you a question To make the icing, melt the chocolate in the microwave, stirring between short blasts, then leave to cool a little. thanks, Yes it would work well! It should be fine – the milk is just there to help loosen the mix as sometimes melted chocolate can make it too thick! From BBC Good Food. Whisk to break up the eggs. Slowly add in your softened chunks of butter and mix until it resembles coarse sand. I did every single thing by the book and ended up with the whole thing in the bin as the buttercream tore the cake apart!

Add 1/3 of your liquid ingredients into your dry ingredients and mix on medium for 2 minutes. Add in your room temperature butter in small chunks.

Would anything need to altered? X, Hi Jane Melt your Dark, Milk and White Chocolates carefully, and leave to cool whilst doing the Buttercream! X, Hi Jane! Pinterest However in your recipe you mentioned you used 8 inch tins, I only have 9 inch ones. Do you mean to make a ganache? © Jane’s Patisserie. Set aside to cool. Hi Jayne Thanks Jane. I’m not 100% certain as I have never baked on gas – but I believe its gas mark 4? Unfortunately as I am having to run my blog on my own, I am unable to film a video for every recipe. Bring the water to a boil and pour over the cocoa powder. Pre-heat your oven to 335ºF.

Hiya! Dark chocolate wise, I prefer to stick to 80%+, but 70% will do. I planned a head and stuck to the exact recipe! Add in your mayonnaise (straight from the fridge) so it cools the chocolate mixture a bit. I’ve made this cake a couple of times now and whenever I do it my milk choc sponge Comes out perfect along with my white chocolate one, but my dark always cracks and crumbles on me? Typically I say for a 6″, to use 2/3 of an 8″ recipe! Whisk until smooth. For a cake like this I use a board for decorating as most cake stands have a lip (making it difficult to use a scraper), and then I transfer with a cake lifter!

Be careful when you are doing it as you'll be able to save the rest of the buttercream for piping! I love your website, complete baking beginner and have already made an amazing Victoria sponge and raspberry and white choc cheesecake so thank you!! Is this the one: No, for cakes I don’t use springform ones – only cheesecakes. I prefer to make my chocolate ganache the day before I need it so to give it time to cool down. The consistency can vary depending on many factors, whether thats the brand of chocolate, cocoa content, cream, etc!. I had this problem too, did you get to the bottom of it? Hello! Melted chocolate will always drip well on it’s own, unless the chocolate is burnt slightly (so thickens itself) or you use something such as dairy milk which can be too thick. Take out about 150g of Buttercream and leave separate.

Meanwhile, beat the butter, icing sugar and 1 tbsp boiling water with an electric whisk or stand mixer, slowly at first, then turn up the speed and beat until you get a pale, fluffy icing. Sorry for the terrible explanation of what I’m after. ❤️ A delicious, (new!)

Do you have a recipe for a banoffee cheese cake you could kindly share?

I cover mine in plastic wrap to keep them from drying out why they cool. I used to pair it with easy buttercream and it really reminded me of a Ding Dong cupcake from my childhood. However, a bit of washing up never hurt anyone, and having a dishwasher is even better. Thank you xx. This cake is best served at room temperature and frosted with chocolate buttercream or ganache.

In a stand mixer, or a large bowl, beat together your Butter and Sugar until light and fluffy and lovely! It depends on the mixer you are using, the temperature of the ingredients and the temperature of the kitchen – it’s just until the butter and sugar are combined well and lighter and fluffier, and then again until the cake mix is formed! Thank you. I mean… the more chocolate the better right? Use this website! Would you just use 300g milk choc, and double the recipe? Select an option below to calculate how much batter or frosting you need. Thanks in advance! Choose a cake pan size(based on 2" tall cake pan). I was just wondering is it necessary to use two different piping bags or is it okay to just use one type? Cover the surface with plastic wrap and let cool at room temperature for 24 hours before using. https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/triple-chocolate-peanut-butter-layer-cake Chill for 1 hr for the ganache to set. If you’re in the states, chances are ingredients are different… but you definitely don’t need liquid for the frosting. I wasn’t sure whether I needed to start over.
!x, So personally I wouldn’t use those chocolates no – but it may be alright. Snip the end off the bags and pipe into the cake batter – saves a little time on the washing up . Another wonderful recipe to try. Where did I go wrong? Melt your Dark, Milk and White Chocolates carefully, and leave to cool whilst doing the cake mix! Do this all the way round the cake, then fill in the centre with more ganache. Bake the triple chocolate cake for 30 minutes at 35oºF or until a toothpick comes out from the center with a few gooey crumbs still attached. Just wanted to ask one question.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, April 2019.

My chocolate was warm enough and I used a piping bag. Thank you for inspiring me to bake again, my family and friends are very grateful but sadly my waste line isn’t !! I personally think a bake like this is completely and utterly worth all the washing up, as its one of the most satisfying bakes to look at, and eat. The chocolate shouldn’t cause that though – unless the chocolate is too hot and melting other ingredients, but generally adding melted chocolate to a mix is normal! Do you know what quantities I would use for a 6″ cake or the best way to convert ingredients for smaller cakes?? I think I understand what you are saying regarding piping two rings for each layer of cake. I love it. You can find me on: Whole milk is much better as the less fatty the milk, the more likely it is to split. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Red Velvet Loaf Cake! Could I use mascarpone frosting? I have a few questions about the decoration part which may sound silly! My family aren’t fans of buttercream so I’m looking for alternatives.

I’m Jane, a food writer, photographer and blogger. What would be the adjusted ingredients please? Chocolate tends to set firmer, but can be easier (As some people struggle with ganache being too thin as too much cream is used) xx.
Your recipe is so great but halfway through i get really confused because there is so much mess and everything just becomes confusing. Also, do you recommend putting the cake in the fridge to set during any of the decorating stages? Turn your mixer back down to low and add in the rest of your liquids slowly.

Split the mixture between three bowls, and to each bowl add one of the melted chocolates - mix till smooth. It will be my standard chocolate cake recipe, can't wait to try it again with different fillings and frostings. I only use a brand such as dairy milk if specified! I was just wondering, what piping tip do you use for the decoration on the top? Thanks in advance Ian. And yes! Cool in the tins for 10 mins before turning out onto a cooling rack and cooling completely. It’s slightly mad, but having to melt chocolate basically SIX times is a bit much. Yum!!! https://www.yummly.com/recipes/triple-chocolate-fudge-cake-mix x. This is optional, but cake with chocolate in always turns a bit more madeira like (particularly the dark chocolate sponge)! For less people how would you recommend scaling the recipe down? Hi Jane, Jane, I’ve made 4 of your amazing cakes so far and every one has turned out fab so I planned to make this cake for my partners birthday. Press the bark shards into the cake, sticking up. I’m quite new to baking so apologises if this is a silly question.. so on a previousl drip cake your recipe used milk & dark chocolate with double cream for the drip but this one you’ve just used milk chocolate only for the drip. I wanting to make this cake using 2x 8″ tins and leaving out the white choc layer. Pipe the ganache on top of the cake, nudging it over the edge and allowing it to drip down neatly. I’v purchased x3 20cm sandwich tins from The Range – link below. x.

Chill for 20 mins. I have brought dairy milk choc, milky bar choc and bournville choc… will these still be ok to use ?? As you look at the top I can see three lots of buttercream piping. I hope you understand what I mean.

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