Brooklyn Blackout Cake

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If you have not tried the Brooklyn Blackout Cake you need to give this recipe a try. This  cake is a rich dark chocolate cake that has a rich chocolate pudding between the layers and is frosted with a rich dark chocolate ganache. Everyone in our family loves this cake, it’s really delicious! I made this cake yesterday and it is almost all been eaten!!

It’s been awhile since I last posted and I have missed blogging and posting with everyone!

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This homemade cake is easy to make in three easy steps. Step 1, make the pudding, then the cake and last the ganache. This recipe can found at Taste of Home website.

Be sure to make the pudding 2-3 hours ahead of time so that it has had time to cook before assembling the cake. Making the cake does not require using a mixer, everything is mixed in a heavy pot on your stove. The ganache is simple too!

Assembling the cake is easy too, then place your cake in the fridge to set. In about an hour you will be ready to eat!

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If you enjoy a rich chocolate cake, you should give this recipe a try!

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Enjoy your Sunday!!

 

 

 

 

 

26 thoughts on “Brooklyn Blackout Cake

  1. Michael this cake looks fabulous and I love the pudding filling! I too have not been blogging as much with being so busy at work. But I am getting back into my holiday cooking and will be posting more! Hope all is well with you and your family!

  2. I love Taste of Home. This cake looks like the perfect treat (especially with AM coffee or PM red wine!). I am going to make the cake for a party in my husband’s clinic this week. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe, Michael, the cake looks divine.

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