Chocolate, Nuts and Maple Syrup Cake

The recipe for the eternal chocolate cake ... slightly revisited!

An addition of white chocolate, nuts and maple syrup to the basic recipe… rather greedy, eh?

Here are the different stages of its preparation (for about 12 parts):

- Melt 275g of dark pastry chocolate in a double boiler with 150g of butter. Reserve.

- In a salad bowl, whisk 3 eggs with 175g of caster sugar and 50ml of maple syrup until a smooth paste is obtained.

- Then incorporate the melted chocolate as well as 100g of flour (with incorporated yeast), a pinch of salt and 50g of chopped walnuts.

- Butter and flour a rectangular mold. Pour the dough into the mold, and sprinkle the surface with 90g of coarsely chopped white chocolate.

- Bake for 35 minutes at 190 ° c. Let cool.

- Before serving, sprinkle the cake with icing sugar and cut into square pieces.

>>> The cake is very soft, and retains a certain crunch thanks to the presence of nuts and pieces of white chocolate. It can be served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or lightly sweet whipped cream.

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9 comments

  1. Reply

    Eva

    January 4 2011

    He looks really too good!
    Kisses

  2. Reply

    Caro

    January 4 2011

    Hmmm, quite the kind of cake that we fall for easily… and that we end up… finish!

  3. Reply

    Maiwenn

    January 5 2011

    Your cake tickles my taste buds very early in the morning! I want some !

  4. Reply

    Lilie

    January 6 2011

    I love the idea of ​​maple syrup in the cake, which goes really well with chocolate! A very nice way to start the year ;-)

  5. Reply

    kayababouch

    January 6 2011

    Mmmm, very greedy, I love it !!!!! Kisses

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    stéphanie

    20th October

    How much yeast do you incorporate in the flour

    Your recipe looks exquisite I can't wait to make it !!!!!

    • Reply

      Lilie bakery

      20th October

      Hello Stéphanie, I used Francine flour which already contains yeast, @ soon!

      • Reply

        Stephanie

        20th October

        Ok this is not a brand that can be found in my house, do you think that if I add 2 cc of baking powder it might be suitable?

  7. Reply

    hello

    December 22, 2015

    tested recipe
    , validated and adored thank you lilie!

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