Chocolate syrup cake

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This chocolate syrup cake is very simple, sweet dish that will satisfy any chocolate lover. It is perfectly sweet and it looks simple but elegant and delicious. A rich, moist cake drenched with the wonderful flavour of golden syrup. No  baking, no fuss, it is a perfect cake for any cooking beginner. Also it is a great solution if you are not sure what dessert to make. Excellent for any occasion Рbirthday parties, afternoon tea with friends and family, Valentine day or Christmas. The simplicity may be the best thing with this cake, but the decoration can be added with chocolate shavings, chocolate cream or even some crushed nuts, such as almonds, walnuts or hazelnuts.


200 g dark chocolate about 50 % cocoa

200 g golden syrup cake (can be find in supermarkets)

2 medium eggs

25 g caster sugar

250 ml whipping cream

2 tbsp dark rum

chocolate shavings to decorate (optional)

Chocolate syrup cake


Break up the chocolate and gently melt it in a bowl over a pan containing a little simmering water. Allow the chocolate to cool to room temperature.

Select a loose-bottom cake tin 20 cm across and 5 cm deep. Whiz the golden syrup cake to crumbs in a food processor, then scatter half of these over the base of the cake tin and gently press down.

Whisk the eggs and sugar in a large bowl for a couple of minutes until pale and doubled in volume using an electric whisk. Using clean beaters, whisk the cream in a medium bowl until it forms soft fluffy peaks.

Fold the egg and sugar mixture into the chocolate, and then the cream in two goes, and stir in the rum. Smooth this over the cake crumbs, scatter over the remaining crumbs and gently press down. Scatter some chocolate shavings around the edge if wished, cover and chill for half a day or overnight until set. Run a knife around the cake and remove the collar. Slice the cake to serve.