Chocolate Berry Cake

Chocolate Berry Cake

This is the softest and tastiest chocolate cake you’ll ever going to eat. Paired with silky berry buttercream and drizzles of homemade berry jam in between – it’s the cake for holidays!

I baked this chocolate berry cake twice in one week. Now, i think that says a lot.   Actually, if i’m being honest, i baked this chocolate cake four times in the last three weeks. Lol. But that only means this cake is absolutely perfect! And you can be sure it has been tested multiple times, so the recipe is foolproof.

This is the softest and tastiest chocolate cake you’ll ever going to eat. Paired with silky berry buttercream and drizzles of homemade berry jam in between – it’s the cake for holidays

Course: Dessert

Prep Time: 3 Hours

Cook Time: 25 Minutes

Total Time: 3 Hours 25 Minutes

Servings: 12

Keyword Chocolate Cake

Ingredients

Chocolate cake:

          2 large eggs room temperature

          115 g vegetable oil (i used sunflower)

          200 g full-fat sour cream room temperature

          1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

          170 g all-purpose flour

          75 g dutch-processed cocoa powder

          2 + 1/4 teaspoons baking powder

          1/2 teaspoon salt

          225 g granulated sugar

          65 g brown cane sugar

          130 g hot water

Berry Jam:

          450 g frozen berries (forest fruit)

          120 g granulated sugar

Berry buttercream

          55 g all-purpose flour

          225 g granulated sugar

          1/2 teaspoon salt

          380 g whole milk

          350 g unsalted butter

          4-6 tablespoons berry jam

          2 teaspoons vanilla extract

White chocolate ganache drip:

          100 g white chocolate (min. 28% cocoa butter)

          50 g heavy cream (36% fat)

          powdered white food colouring

          splash of vodka

Instructions

For chocolate cake:

1.           Preheat your fan oven to 160°c (325°f) or 175°c if you’re not using a fan oven. Grease and line with parchment paper three 6″ round cake tins. Alternatively, you can use two 8″ cake tins.

2.           In a medium bowl sift together flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and salt. Add sugars, whisk until combined and set aside.

3.           In a small bowl or a measuring jug, whisk together eggs, vegetable oil, sour cream and vanilla extract. These are your wet ingredients.

4.           ….

5.           ….

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