This flourless chocolate cake has been a favorite of ours for ages. The recipe was printed in Bon Appetit in April 2001. (We always use dark chocolate not semi-sweet, but don’t otherwise alter the recipe so we’ll just provide the link.)
We made this recently to take to a party and the host didn’t put out a serving utensil. (That’s in no way a complaint; the party was great. We also drank wine from the bottle, kidding!) People used the plastic forks to devour it piece by piece. Don’t worry no one double forked.
With two people in the house, we don’t often make a cake. But here are some great ones that are definitely high on our list.
Rebar Chocolate Cake from Korena in the Kitchen
Orange Almond Cake from Cooking-Spree
Chocolate Chip Passionfruit Layer Cake over at Joshua Fagans
Chocolate Turtle Ganache Cake from Savoring Every Bite
German Chocolate Cake from Sweet Pea’s Kitchen
Ginger Stout Cake with Sweetened Yogurt from A Poet in the Kitchen
Seville Marmalade Cake from Frugal Feeding
Butter Cake with Blood Orange Curd from Savory Salty Sweet
The Orange Devil Cake from Jereme’s Kitchen
Lindsey’s Lick the Plate Butter Cake over at Sweet & Crumby
Tartine’s Lemon Meringue Cake over at Three Clever Sisters
The Chocolate Bundt Cake over at Pure Complex
Pecans and Chocolate drops Ciambellone at In Cucina Da Me