Thursday, January 7, 2021

Baileys Chocolate Cake

 Baileys Chocolate Cake

Rich, melted chocolate Baileys cake baked in your slow cooker, with Baileys Chocolate Buttercream Frosting, ideal for Irish Baileys Cream lovers


For the cake:

100 g soft butter

125 g of castor sugar i exploit walleye

2 medium eggs

120 g self-expanding flour

30 g of chocolate

80 ml buttermilk

3 tablespoons of Baileys Irish Cream

For the icing:

50 g soft butter

100 g sugar

1 teaspoon Baileys Irish Cream

1 teaspoon chocolate


1.Beat butter and sugar until soft and fluffy.

2.Add the eggs and blended.

3.In a separate small bowl, combine the flour and chocolate . Add a few third of the flour and chocolate and blend , then add a 3rd of the buttermilk. Keep alternating flour and chocolate and buttermilk until all are gone.

4.Add Baileys and blend well.

5.Prepare your slow cooker. I make them during a 3.5 liter round slow cooker, to form a round cake. If you employ a slow cooker of a special size or shape, you'll get a special result and possibly a shallower cake. If you're employing a 6.5 liter slow cooker, double the ingredients!

6.Spray the slow cooker pans with nonstick spray to stop the cakes from protruding of the cake box.

7.Place two large cake pans within the slow cooker pan. It goes well with the three .5 liter round slow cooker. If you're employing a large slow cooker, you'll place the cake pan on a metal or silicone pan.

8.Pour the cake batter into the casing.

9.Place a kitchen towel under the lid (this prevents moisture from dripping onto the cake) and cook on high power for about 1.5 hours or until the cake tester or skewer comes out clean. Keep an eye fixed on as this may take tons of your time counting on your slow cooker and remember of burns.

10.When done, remove the pan from the slow cooker using oven gloves. Wait a couple of minutes for the pan to chill , then use the sting of the cake box to get rid of the cake from the pan. Place it on a cooling rack to chill completely.

11.Meanwhile, make your icing. i exploit a stand mixer for this, beat the butter well until it's extremely soft, then add the powdered sugar a touch at a time on low speed until it's light and fluffy. . Then add Baileys and chocolate and beat again.

12.After the cake has cooled, spread the icing on top.