Rather than post a new recipe this week, here’s a round-up of a few recipes which are ideal for Easter and/or to celebrate the arrival of spring.
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In my family this recipe is known as “THE” chocolate cake recipe. I think my Mum found it ages ago in a copy of Good Housekeeping. The oil and golden syrup in the recipe makes the chocolate cake dense, moist and close to a fudge cake.
I made a large sandwich cake version of this recipe last year with Cadbury’s mini eggs – you can check that out here.
As these chocolate cupcakes are smaller, I used “micro” chocolate eggs this time (yes, that’s what they were called on the packet).
This is a great recipe if you don’t have the luxury of an electric mixer to help you. As long as you sift the dry ingredients, it’ll all very easy to stir by hand without having to worry about lumps.
Ingredients (makes 18-24 chocolate cupcakes)
I made these two Easter cakes yesterday. The recipe is the same as the one I used for this two layer chocolate cake (which I’ll mention below as well).
In case you’ve missed the Easter / spring-themed recipes I’ve posted over the last three weeks, I thought I’d do a quick recap. Just my way of spreading some extra sweetness this Easter weekend 🙂 And it’s still not too late to make your own!
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Spring is here! I also used this recipe to make the bunny cake featured at the start of this post. A lovely rich chocolate mixture which always produces a rich, moist cake.
My family call this recipe “THE” chocolate cake recipe. My mum’s had it for years and I think it’s from an old copy of Good Housekeeping magazine. The oil in the recipe means the chocolate cake is dense, moist and a bit like fudge cake. It’s gorgeous! Although it’s still a little early for Easter eggs, spring is definitely in the air and this inspired the grass buttercream topping. Oh, and I just love Cadbury’s mini eggs, so any excuse to use them, I take it! 🙂