Do you remember my cinnamonic apple-buttercream cake? It has been the very first time I ever tried this dripping effect. And my technique wasn’t even near perfection. Thus, I tried it again with this Kinder chocolate cake. Luckily I got helping hands from my besti Jessi who bought a bag full of Kinder chocolate, Kinder egg, Kinder Bueno, and Duplo. Spreading all that on my kitchen counter, it looked like the preparation of a children’s birthday party.
I think I am one of the few people on this planet who would refuse those delicious sweets. But that’s not because of a diet. No, that’s because I ate way too much of those chocolatey treats when I was about 8 years old. And that really lasts a lifetime. But I wouldn’t mind eating a piece of this spledid cake. I would just remove all those edible decorations and would still get a whole load of chocolate.
‘Cause the Kinder chocolate cake consists of buttercream refined with vanilla pudding and flavored with cocoa powder and a light chocolatey cake. The recipe for this chocolate cake originally comes from Sally and her version of a Naked Cake. And it is a recipe I slightly altered for my Unicorn cake :
It was meant for Jessi’s little sister and was saved for today’s coffee table. Thus, I wasn’t able to taste a piece of it. But I really hope, it was as delicious as its awesome look.
With this in mind,
Start being a child at heart.