It’ll Put a Spell on You!
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If you are a chocolate lover but think that the average chocolate cake is a bit, well, one-dimensional, then this Black Magic Cake may be just right for you. It’s rather easy to make, can be made in under an hour, and makes use of a bit of coffee to draw out the elements of chocolate flavor that are all too often muted. I always thought that coffee and chocolate went well together; it turns out that they work brilliantly with each other in a cake!
I used to not like dark chocolate at all. Whenever someone offered me a slice of dark chocolate cake, I would cringe inside and have the tiniest piece ever. But something has happened over the years! I guess I’ve grown up because now I just can’t get enough of dark chocolate cakes, and this recipe is by far one of the best I’ve tried.
Recipe and photo courtesy of My Baking Addiction
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