CHOCOLATE RASPBERRY BUNDT CAKE
Provided by Katie Lee Biegel
Yield 8 servings
Number Of Ingredients 13
- For the cake: Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F. Spray a bundt pan with nonstick cooking spray.
- In a large mixing bowl, use a handheld electric mixer to whisk the milk, jam, melted butter, liqueur and eggs. Add the cake mix and beat on medium speed for about 1 minute.
- Transfer the batter to the prepared pan and bake until a toothpick or cake tester comes out clean when inserted into the cake, about 35 minutes. Let cool in the pan for 15 minutes. Remove the cake from the pan and transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.
- For the ganache: Put the chocolate, jam, and liqueur in a mixing bowl. Bring the cream to a low simmer in a small pan set over medium-high heat. Pour over the chocolate and let stand 10 minutes. Stir with a whisk until smooth. Let stand another 10 minutes.
- Place the cake on a cake stand or serving dish and pour the ganache over it, letting it drip down the sides. Use the raspberries and mint to decorate it to look like a holiday wreath if desired.
CHOCOLATE & RASPBERRY BIRTHDAY LAYER CAKE
Who could resist our chocolate and raspberry cake? Like a Victoria sponge but better, try budget-friendly frozen raspberries for the cream
Provided by Anna Glover
Categories Afternoon tea, Dessert, Treat
Number Of Ingredients 11
- Heat the oven to 180C/160C fan/gas 4. Oil and line two round 20cm springform cake tins with baking parchment. Whisk the oil, sugar, eggs and milk in a bowl until smooth. Sieve the flour, cocoa and bicarb into another large bowl, then gradually mix in the wet ingredients.
- Divide the mixture between the tins and bake for 35-40 mins until the cakes are risen and spring back when pressed. Leave to cool in the tins for 10 mins, then transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.
- For the raspberry layer, stir the jam and the defrosted raspberries together. Once the cakes are cool, whip the cream with the sugar to soft peaks, then gently fold half the raspberry mixture through the cream to create a ripple effect.
- Spoon most of the reserved raspberry mixture over one of the cakes, then dollop on half of the cream. Smooth over with a palette knife, then place the other sponge on top. Swirl over the remaining cream and swirl the last of the raspberry mixture through it. Will keep in the fridge for two days.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 549 calories, Fat 36 grams fat, SaturatedFat 12 grams saturated fat, Carbohydrate 49 grams carbohydrates, Sugar 33 grams sugar, Fiber 2 grams fiber, Protein 6 grams protein, Sodium 0.6 milligram of sodium
CHOCOLATE RASPBERRY RUFFLE CAKE
Alice Medrich recipe, found in Baking with Julia. Amazing, amazing cake recipe. This took me an entire LONG day to make, but it is well worth it. I'd also advise practice before you make it for company--I am glad I practiced on my husband once before I make it for a crowd. Absolutely decadent recipe by the queen of chocolate. See directions below for needed equipment.
Provided by spatchcock
Yield 1 very difficult cake
Number Of Ingredients 19
- First of all: these are not typical directions, but you need to know about needed equipment before attempting this cake. Here it is:.
- 8-inch round cake pan, at least 2 inches high.
- 8-inch round cake pan with removable bottom or 8-inch springform pan.
- untreated heavy-duty jelly-roll pans.
- rubber spatula, offset spatula, and flexible 8-inch metal icing spatula.
- decorating turntable, lazy Susan, or inverted round cake pan.
- ridged plastic shelf liner, freezer paper, or 055 Mylar (I used the plastic shelf liner).
- parchment paper and waxed paper.
- MAKING THE CAKE:.
- Position a rack in the lower third of the oven or just below the center of the oven and preheat the oven to 350°F Fit the bottom of an 8-inch round cake pan, one at least 2 inches high, with parchment paper and set aside.
- Pour the clarified butter into a 1-quart bowl and stir in the vanilla extract, if you're using it. The butter must be hot when added to the batter, so either keep the bowl in a skillet of hot water or reheat at the last minute.
- Although the flour and cocoa were sifted before they were measured, they need to be triple-sifted together. Sift or sieve the flour and cocoa together 3 times, then set sifter on a plate or piece of waxed paper and return the dry ingredients to the sifter. Keep close at hand.
- Whisk the eggs and sugar together in a large heatproof bowl or the bowl of a heavy-duty mixer. Set the bowl over direct heat or in a pan of barely simmering water and heat the eggs, whisking constantly, until they are warm to the touch. Remove the bowl from the heat and, working with a heavy-duty mixer fitted with the whisk attachment (or using a hand-held mixer), beat the eggs at high speed until they are cool, have tripled in volume, and hold a ribbon when the whisk is lifted.
- Sift one third of the dry ingredients over the eggs and, using a large rubber spatula, fold in gently but thoroughly. When the color of the batter is almost uniform, fold in the rest of the flour-cocoa mixture.
- Spoon about 1 cup of the batter into the hot clarified butter add fold together until well blended. Spoon this over the batter and, using the large rubber spatula, gently fold into the batter.
- Spoon the batter into the pan: there's no need to smooth the top or rap the pan on the counter, as is sometimes done with foam-based cakes. Bake the cake for 25-30 minutes, or until top of the cake springs back when pressed gently. Transfer the pan to a rack and let the cake cool in the pan.
- When the cake is completely cool, run a small knife around the sides of the pan to release the cake and unmold onto a rack; invert right side up onto a piece of parchment paper. (The cake can be made ahead to this point, wrapped well, and kept in the refrigerator for up to 2 days or frozen for up to 3 months. Thaw, still wrapped, at room temperature.).
- PREPARING THE CHOCOLATE:.
- The chocolate is going to be spread and then scraped into ruffles from four baking pans; if you don't have enough pans, you can make the ruffles in 2 batches. Choose heavy-duty jelly-roll pans that are neither warped nor dented, neither nonstick non treated with special coatings. Keep them close at hand.
- Melt the chocolate in a heatproof bowl set in a skillet of barely simmering water, in the top of a double boiler over an inch of simmering water, or in a microwave oven sat at medium power. Stir the chocolate regularly until it is fully melted. Smooth, and 115F to 120F (You can test the temperature with an instant-read thermometer or by putting a drop on your top lip - it should feel warm.).
- Hold the bottom of one of the baking sheets over a burner (either gas or electric) and, moving it back and forth, heat it until it is warm but not hot enough to burn your fingers. Put the baking pan upside down on a flat surface and pour on about 1/3 cup of the chocolate. Use an offset spatula to spread the chocolate thinly and evenly over the bottom of the baking pan: the chocolate will only be about 1/16 inch thick. Refrigerate the pan for at least 30 minutes, or for as long as several hours, depending on your schedule. (It is better to chill the pans for a long time and let them come up to ruffling temperature - in which case they'll stay at temperature longer - than to catch them the moment they turn cool enough to ruffle.) Repeat with rest of the chocolate and the other baking pans.
- MAKING THE RUFFLES:.
- To shape the ruffles, work with one baking pan of chocolate at a time. Remove a pan of chocolate from the refrigerator and leave it at room temperature to warm gradually until it is pliable enough to be scraped.
- Place the baking pan on a counter in front of you, a short side braced against your body. Hold the end of the blade of a then, flexible 8-inch metal icing spatula in your left hand (reverse procedures if left-handed) and, with your right hand, grab the blade close to the handle. You should have 4 to 5 inches of blade exposed and available for ruffling.
- Using the top left corner of the pan as your staring point and imagining that corner of the pan as 12 o'clock, position your left hand in that corner, and your right at 2 o'clock. Press the edge of the blade against the chocolate at a very shallow angle, as if you were going to slide the spatula blade under the chocolate. Now slide the blade forward, moving your right hand down to 5 o'clock and then pivoting the blade to the left, all the way to the edge of the pan. As your right hand is moving down, so is your left, although not as far - your left hand will move down 4 to 5 inches. This is an important point - if you don't move your left hand down, you'll end up with tight curls of chocolate rather than ruffles. As you scrape and ruffle the chocolate against the blade and then make the pivot, the chocolate will gather against the blade -- use your left hand to pinch the chocolate so that the ruffles form a fan and the pinched part is a little handle. You've completed one ruffle.
- As you make each ruffle, place it on a parchment or waxed paper-lined baking sheet and refrigerate. When the ruffles harden, you can layer them between sheets of waxed paper. (Store them in a container in the refrigerator; they'll keep for a few days.).
- Make 2 more ruffles across the top of the pan, using the previously Scraped area as your guide -- the left-hand corner of chocolate will be your 12 o'clock point and the cleaned-off section of the pan your edge, or end point. Make the next three ruffles just below; then turn the pan around to get to the chocolate on the bottom and make three more. With practice -- and ruffling takes lots of practice -- you'll get 9 ruffles from each pan. Don't worry if you get fewer at the start.
- If, as sometimes happens, your ruffles crack or you get rolls of chocolate, not ruffles, it might be because the chocolate is too cold -- give it a few more minutes at room temperature before you try again. If the chocolate melts and gets gooey next to the spatula, it's too soft and needs a minute or two more in the refrigerator. When the temperature is just right -- smooth and pliable -- but you still can't get a nicely fanned ruffle, angle the blade differently as you scrape.
- FOR THE SYRUP:.
- Bring the water and sugar to the boil in a small saucepan, stirring to dissolve the sugar, and simmer for 2 to 3 minutes. Remove from the heat and cool. Add 1/4 cup of the eau-de-vie. Taste the syrup and decide if you'd like a little more of the liqueur; set aside.
- FOR FILLING AND WRAP.
- Beat the creme fraiche with the vanilla extract to soft peaks, then add 2 Tbsp of the sugar, beating until thickened. Taste and add more sugar if you want it, then continue to beat until the cream just begins to stiffen. Cover and keep refrigerated until needed.
- Assembling the Cake -- Cut the cooled genoise into 3 even layers with a long serrated knife. Fit one layer into the bottom of a high-sided 8-inch round cake pan with a removable bottom or an 8-inch springform pan and brush the layer with syrup.
- Place the chopped chocolate in a small bowl and whisk in the boiling water until the chocolate is fully melted and smooth. Switch to a rubber spatula and folds 1/4 cup of the creme fraiche into the chocolate. Fold in another cup of the creme fraiche and then quickly, before it hardens, spread the chocolate creme fraiche evenly over the genoise layer in the pan.
- Moisten the second layer of genoise with syrup and set it, moistened side down, in the pan, pressing gently to level it on the chocolate creme fraiche. Moisten the top of the layer with some of the syrup and top with an even layer of fresh raspberries, leaving just a bit of space between each berry. Keep 1 perfect berry in reserve.
- Beat the remaining creme fraiche until it holds its shape. Spoon 1 to 2 cups of the creme fraiche over the berries and, using an offset spatula, delicately smooth the creme fraiche over and between the berries.
- Moisten the remaining layer of genoise with syrup and set it, moistened side down, into the pan, again pressing lightly to set it in place.
- Chilling the Cake -- Cover the cake and the remaining creme fraiche with plastic and refrigerate for at least 2 to 3 hours, or up to 24 hours.
- Run a knife around the sides of the cake, then release and remove the pan or the ring of the springform pan. Put the cake, still on its pan bottom, on a large piece of parchment paper and set the cake on a decorating turntable, a lazy Susan, or a large inverted cake pan.
- Making the Wrap -- Using ridged plastic shelf liner (available in hardware and housewares stores), freezer paper, or 500 Mylar (from an art supply store), cut a strip 26 inches long and 3/8 inch wider than the height of the finished cake, about 3 inches. Place a larger piece of waxed paper on the counter in front of you --this is your drip sheet -- and put the strip on the waxed paper. (If you're using ridged plastic or Mylar, put the smooth glossy side face up.).
- Melt the chocolate in the top of a double boiler set over an inch of barely simmering water or in a microwave oven set at medium power, stirring chocolate once or twice until melted and smooth. The chocolate should be between 115F to 120°F Pour the chocolate down the center of the strip, spreading it with an offset spatula across the entire strip and beyond -- let it run over a bit onto the waxed paper. (You can scrape up the chocolate from the waxed paper later and remelt it when you need a dollop of chocolate to finish the cake.).
- Slip the point of a small knife under one edge of the chocolate-coated strip and grab the edges of the strip with your fingers.
- Slide your free hand under the strip and grab the other end. Lift the strip and fit it neatly around the cake, positioning it so that the chocolate side is against the cake. Press one end against the cake and leave the other end standing away from the cake at the point where it would overlap if you pressed it closed. Slip a small piece of waxed paper into this spot, just to hold your place.
- ASSEMBLY AND FINISHING.
- Chilling the Wrapped Cake -- Refrigerate the cake of at least 1 hour, until the chocolate hardens.
- Finishing the Wrapped Cake -- Place the cake on the decorating turntable and spread the remained creme fraiche over the top, spreading it out to the edge of the band.
- Remove the chocolate ruffles from the refrigerator and, beginning at the outside edge, arrange the ruffles in a circle, planting them gently in the creme fraiche and allowing their frilly edges to extend beyond the cake's rim. Continue to arrange the ruffles in slightly overlapping concentric circles until the creme fraiche is covered. Put the reserved perfect raspberry in the center of the cake and chill the cake for about 15 minutes, until firm (or up to 6 hours, if necessary), before removing the plastic and serving.
- To remove the plastic on the chocolate band, discard the waxed paper "place keeper" and peel away an inch of the plastic from the end of the band attached to the cake. Put a dollop of melted chocolate on that end to act as glue and overlap the other end of the band, pressing lightly to seal it. Carefully remove the plastic. If the plastic sticks, put the cake back in the refrigerator for about 10 minutes, then try again.
- To cut the cake, dip a long sharp serrated knife into hot water, wipe it dry, and cut straight down. Since the first piece is often difficult to remove, it's best to make it a generous, easier-to-remove slice.
- Storing -- Although the parts of the cake can be made well in advance, the assembled cake should be served the day it is made.
This is a moist one layer cake that makes a stunning presentation. The raspberries topping the cake hold their shape and position when the cake bakes. I've also made this cake using blackberries and it's just as pretty and delicious, either as a coffee cake or a dessert cake.
Provided by sugarpea
Yield 1 9x9 inch cake, 8 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 10
- *Note:if using frozen raspberries, thaw them on paper towels for 3 hours before putting them on cake batter.
- Preheat oven to 350°; grease a 9"x9" baking pan.
- Cream butter and 3/4 cup sugar; add the egg and beat well; mix the flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt together; alternate adding dry mixture and buttermilk to creamed mixture.
- Pour into baking pan and cover with the raspberries, starting in the center; place berries, point up, in concentric circles until cake is covered (berries will hold their shape and position as the cake bakes); sprinkle with the remaining 1/4 cup sugar.
- Bake 45-50 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean; serve with a dollop of whipped topping or whipped cream on the side.
CHOCOLATE RASPBERRY CAKE
Make and share this Chocolate Raspberry Cake recipe from Food.com.
Provided by Chuck Hughes
Yield 6-8 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 12
- For the chocolate cake batter:.
- Preheat the oven at 350 degrees F. Butter 2 (9-inch round by 2-inch deep cake pans), and line the bottom with a round of parchment paper.
- Beat the 12 egg yolks with the sugar until thick and pale, about 3 minutes using a hand or stand mixer. Sift and fold in the cocoa using a spatula.
- Beat the egg whites until firm peaks form. Slowly add the egg whites to the chocolate mixture in 3 increments.
- Divide the batter evenly between the pans lined with parchment paper and bake in the middle of the oven for 20 minutes, or until it springs back with the touch of your fingers. Let cool slightly and unmold. Cool completely.
- For the raspberry filling:.
- In a small saucepan, melt the raspberry jam, transfer to a bowl and add the fresh raspberries. Stir delicately to coat the raspberries with the jam. Keep aside.
- For the chocolate mousse:.
- In a saucepan, bring the cream to a boil and remove from heat. Pour the hot cream on the chopped chocolate and let stand for 2 minutes. Whisk the ganache until smooth. Add the butter and let cool at room temperature for about 30 minutes.
- Beat the 5 egg whites to soft peaks. Add the sugar and continue beating until firm peaks form. Slowly add the meringue in 3 increments to the chocolate ganache. Keep the mixture in the refrigerator for 1 hour.
- To assemble the cake:.
- Remove the parchment paper from the cake and invert one layer onto a plate. Spread half of the chocolate mousse and garnish with the reserved raspberry mixture. Place the second cake layer on top. Spread the remaining mousse and garnish with fresh raspberries. Top with chocolate shavings and sprinkle with powdered sugar.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 760.4, Fat 35.5, SaturatedFat 18.7, Cholesterol 392.3, Sodium 281.4, Carbohydrate 101.6, Fiber 12.3, Sugar 72, Protein 22
CHOCOLATE RASPBERRY CAKE
Make and share this Chocolate Raspberry Cake recipe from Food.com.
Provided by Karen From Colorado
Yield 1 cake, 12 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 9
- Prepare cake mix as directed in 9" round cake pans.
- Prepare mousse mix as directed except use the milk and liqueur for the liquid.
- Split each cake layer in half horizontally with a serrated knife.
- Place bottom of one layer on a cake plate.
- spread with 1/3 cup of the fudge topping.
- Spread 1/2 cup of the mousse over the fudge topping.
- Repeat layers two more times.
- Top with last cake layer.
- Finish frosting the cake with the remaining mousse.
- Cover and chill throughly.
- Garnish with fresh raspberries before serving.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 361.6, Fat 16.9, SaturatedFat 4, Cholesterol 48.7, Sodium 474.7, Carbohydrate 49.6, Fiber 1.8, Sugar 26.2, Protein 5.8
ELINA'S RASPBERRY CHOCOLATE CAKE
I'm afraid I don't know who Elina is, but I like her cake! I haven't actually made this myself yet, but had it at a birthday party, with dark chocolate frosting and a dollop of whipped cream. Mmm! If you like the combination of fruit and chocolate flavours, give this a try! The cake gets better with time, so bake a day or two before serving and keep refrigerated.
Provided by stormylee
Yield 1 cake
Number Of Ingredients 9
- Preheat oven to 175éC.
- Grease a 22 cm, round cake pan.
- Flour with cocoa powder, shaking off excess.
- Whip eggs with sugar lightly.
- Add melted and cooled butter, milk and raspberry jam, mix well.
- In a separate bowl, combine flour, baking powder and cocoa powder.
- Add flour mixture and boiling water alternately, mixing just until incorporated.
- Turn batter into the prepared pan and bake in the preheated oven for 40-45 minutes.
- Serve as-is, or spread some raspberry jam on top, frost with your favourite dark chocolate frosting and decorate with whipped cream.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 2313.7, Fat 141.6, SaturatedFat 84, Cholesterol 965.3, Sodium 1880.8, Carbohydrate 226.3, Fiber 9.2, Sugar 70.7, Protein 41
RASPBERRY ANGEL FOOD CAKE
Make and share this Raspberry Angel Food Cake recipe from Food.com.
Provided by Dreamgoddess
Yield 8-10 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 6
- Prepare cake mix according to directions.
- Stir in almond and vanilla extracts.
- Grease a 10" tube pan.
- Spoon 2/3 of the batter into the prepared pan.
- Add the raspberry gelatin powder to the remaining batter and drop by tablespoons over the batter in the tube pan.
- Use a knife to make a swirled pattern in the batter.
- Bake cake according to the directions on the package.
- Cool completely on a wire rack (at least 1 hour).
- Combine the sugar and raspberries in a bowl
- Slice the cake and serve topped with raspberries.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 281.8, Fat 0.5, Sodium 467.8, Carbohydrate 64.6, Fiber 3, Sugar 37.7, Protein 6.4
CHOCOLATE RASPBERRY (OR STRAWBERRY) TALL CAKE
You won't believe how easy this cake is to make. When you present it to your guests, I promise you will receive "oohs and aahs". It is beautiful to look at and absolutely scrumptious to eat. My father is not quick to dole out compliments on food, he said this was the best cake he has ever had. When strawberries are in peak season I often substitute them for the raspberries.
Provided by shimmerchk
Yield 12-16 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 12
- Prepare the cake according to package directions, using three greased and floured 9 in round cake pans.
- Bake at 350 degrees for 25- 30 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean.
- Cool for 10 minutes; remove from pans to wire racks to cool completely.
- In a mixing bowl, beat cream cheese until fluffy.
- Combine milk and pudding mix;add to cream cheese and mix well.
- Fold in whipped topping and raspberries.
- Reserve a large dollop (approx 2 tablespoons) of filling for garnish.
- Place one cake layer on a serving plate.
- Spread with half of the filling. Do not cover sides of cake, just the top as this is made to look like a torte, not a frosted cake.
- Repeat layers.
- Top with remaining cake;dust with confectioner's sugar.
- Mound the reserved filling in the center and arrange raspberries in the middle.
- Garnish with fresh mint on top if desired.
- Store in refrigerator.
- Note: If you make this with strawberries and slice them, do not prepare filling too far in advance of serving the cake.
- This is because the strawberries will"bleed" into the filling and become mushy.
- It will still taste great, it will just look a bit unattractive.
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