White Chocolate+Brownie Torte
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White Chocolate+Brownie Torte

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Serves 10

Fantastic centrepiece for any dinner party - this cake is a rich and tasty treat!

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Ingredients

  • 300g White Chocolate
  • 600ml Double Heavy Cream
  • 250g Rich Chocolate Brownies (you can find brownie pieces at your local supermarket in the confectionary section)
  • Cocoa powder (for dusting)
  • Strawberries to decorate.

Method

    1. Dampen sides of an 8in tin and line with greaseproof paper.
    2. Put chocolate into a small pan, add 150ml of cream and heat gently until the chocolate has melted. Stir until smooth and pour into a bowl. Leave to cool.
    3. Break brownies into chunky pieces and put on the base of the tin. Pack down to make a dense base.
    4. Whip remaining cream until it makes peaks - fold in the chocolate mixture. Spoon into tin to cover brownies and level the chocolate mixture. Cover with tin foil and freeze overnight.
    5. Transfer the torte to the fridge about 45 mins before serving. Decorate with a light dusting of Cocoa Powder and strawberries just before serving.

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