White chocolate mud cake

tararenee, Jun 5, 7:28am
Am after a yummy white choc mud cake recipe please :)


wicked_garden, Jun 5, 7:56am
There is an excellent recipe for white chocolate mud cake in the Speights cookbook.

tararenee, Jun 5, 8:24am
does anyone have that recipe to share with me!

wicked_garden, Jun 5, 11:05pm
Cake:
250g butter
1 cup sugar
250g white chocolate
200ml water
2 eggs
1/2 cup sour cream
1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence
2 1/2- 3 cups flour
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
icing sugar for dusting

Preheat oven to 180. Put butter, sugar, white chocolate and water into a saucepan and melt gently.
Mix eggs, sour cream and vanilla together. Stir into the melted butter mix. Sift in the flour and baking powder and mix well.
Pour mixture into cake tin and bake for about an hour or until a skewer comes out clean.
Serve warm sprinkled with icing sugar or raspberry sauce.

tararenee, Jun 6, 5:01am
Thank-you.I will try it.Did you ice it!I am making this for someone so would like it iced.Just not sure what to ice it with.

rj5, Jun 6, 6:36am
I would definitely ice it with white chocolate ganache!

wicked_garden, Jun 6, 8:34pm
Yes I made a white chocolate ganache. The recipe suggests making a raspberry sauce to drizzle over the cake but I haven't tried it. The only thing I found a bit tricky is that a white chocolate ganache cane be quite runny compared to a normal dark chocolate one.

tararenee, Jun 6, 10:32pm
Thanks will give it a go :)

indy95, Jun 19, 4:21am
Bumped for tarshlove.

bev00, Sep 9, 11:11am
WHITE MISSISSIPPI MUD CAKE.
150g white choc buttons
250g butter ( room temp)
2 cups caster sug
vanilla ess
2 eggs (room temp)
1 cup milk (slightly warm)
pnch salt
1&1/2 cups plain flour
1/2 cup Self raising flour.
Melt choc
Cream butt & sug
Beat eggs with milk and ess
Mix all together and fold in flours and salt.
place mixture in a double lined (with baking paper), 20cm Round tin and
bake at 150 Celc.for an hour or till skewer comes out clean.
I have used this recipe for lots of wedding cakes, and its lovely.
Please do a test cake first to check size and if you like the flavour etc.

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annie.nz, Sep 9, 11:32pm
This one was No 1 in the Australian Womens Weekly top ten cakes.Don't know how they worked out their ranking, but since their recipes are pretty good, I'd expect this to be excellent.Haven't tried it yet, but have been meaning to:

http://aww.ninemsn.com.au/food/7943315/white-chocolate-mud-cake

marcs, Sep 10, 1:21am
http://www.exclusivelyfood.com.au/2006/07/chocolate-mud-cake-recipe.html
Have a look at the above website. I made this as a chocolate mud cake and it was yum. It was not a heavy cake but it was light and yum. It give you variations on chocolates and recipes. Very morerish.

samsara11, Sep 10, 3:48am
I made this one and thought it very ordinary.I won't be making it again

marcs, Sep 10, 7:24am
I have made that one too and found it ordinary. May be try my one with white chocolate. I know chocolate one was yum.

samsara11, Sep 10, 8:07am
Yes, I like the look of your recipe and have saved it.Pleased to see that it was not only me that found it ordinary.I also made the Lemon Sour Cream cake and didn't like that either - it was a very dry and dense cake.

marcs, Sep 12, 2:10pm
Samsara I found this site as well which I thought was very interesting given all the flavour combinations you can do. If you try it, let me know how it turns out.

http://kel11.hubpages.com/hub/Best-Ever-Mud-Cake-Recipe

rogergayle, Sep 12, 10:18pm
Hi I made recently a white choc mud cake from bestrecipes.com.au the one with 48 reviews but only had dark choc it was the easiest and one of the yummiest cakes I have ever made will have to try with white choc next

donna_jo29, Sep 13, 4:21am
hi its not mudcake but the $2 cake mixes at countdowns are good with layers of chocolate ganace, ive been baking cakes for 3 years and only have had one work, the mixes dont add sugar

motgirl, Sep 13, 9:59am
This one,
http://www.exclusivelyfood.com.au/2006/07/white-chocolate-mud-cake-recipe.html
I use it all the time, makes great cupcakes as well.

marcs, Sep 14, 1:04pm
Try this one for Lemon Cake copied off here. It is nice moist and yum

This is cookessentials' cake:

"Pam's Lemon Yoghurt Cake"
1 3/4 cups caster sugar
grated rind of two lemons
2 eggs
1 cup oil
1/2 tsp salt
1 cup plain yoghurt (I use the yoplait Greek)
2-3tsp of lemon juice
2 cups s.r flour
Beat eggs,oil,sugar and rind in lge bowl, add the rest in order above. Butter and flour a bundt tin (a fancy fluted ring tin)
Bake at 180c for 30 mins.Serve cold dusted with icing sugar.

I like to add 2 - 3 tbs of lemon juice.

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