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Chocolate cake

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Serves 10

this resipe is so easy you can let the children do it! it is like hevan to your tastbuds so you won't want to leave a crumb.

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Ingredients

  • 255g sugar
  • 255g butter
  • 4 eggs
  • 255g flour
  • 1 half cup chocolate powder

Method

    1. heat oven to 180C/ fan 160C/gas 4, mix butter and sugar antill you have a smoth mixture, put some butter in your tin and rub around so the butter is all around inside your tin.
    2. add the eggs in one buy one/ all at once and mix antill you have gooten rid of all the separate parts
    3. put int the chocolate powder and mis antill you are satsisfied
    4. add the flour bit by bit antill you have put in all the flour and you are satisfied with the mixture
    5. put your mixture into the tin and place it in the oven. leave four 40 mins to cook
    6. stick a knife into the middle of the cake and if it comes out clean it is ready, if not put it backin for another 5 - 10 mins depending on the cleaness of the nife
    7. leave for ten minutes to cool and then enjoy

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arlobebe
15th May, 2008
I would make this more as a tray bake and use cocoa rather than chocolate powder, then I would top it with some chocolate butter cream.
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