Gahanna, OH, July 30, 2021 – (PR.com) – SalePoint, Inc., a leading provider of high-value business solutions to the retail, enterprise, higher education industries Health and Public Sector, today announced an agreement with Living Chocolate to provide merchant services and point-of-sale system implementation support for the upcoming opening of a new store in Sedona , Arizona.
The store name is “Living Chocolate” and follows Communal Uprising Chocolate’s mission to improve the health and well-being of people through the benefits of key ingredients in No Sugar Added Chocolate. Shari Lynn Flam, CEO of Living Chocolate, said: “When we decided to open a new store in Sedona, Arizona, to provide our chocolates to the community and tourists, we looked for a company with expertise in retail systems to assist us in the selection. of our point of sale system. SalePoint had the experience and expertise to help me choose the right systems for the new store. We look forward to the store opening and being able to serve the Sedona market directly. “
Derrek Orel, Project Manager for SalePoint, said: “After reviewing Shari’s plans and requirements for the new store concept, we determined that a Clover® point of sale system would be an ideal fit for Merchant Services. Advannova. The functionality and ease of use of the Clover® point of sale system will cover Shari’s demands at an affordable investment. It will cover the sale of individual and wrapped chocolates as well as drinks and other items that the new store plans to carry. We are delighted with the opening of the store.
About SalePoint SalePoint is headquartered in Gahanna, Ohio, with branches in Sacramento, Austin, Cary, North Carolina, and San Diego. SalePoint is a leading provider of high-value business solutions to the public sector, retail outlets, corporate retail, higher education and healthcare industries. SalePoint staff are experienced in implementing self-service applications, electronic forms, cash register, point of sale and enterprise ERP. The company provides a complete solution ranging from hardware and software to the services required to define, implement and fully support the installed solutions. The company’s customers include prominent names such as Spencer Gifts, Cato Corporation, and Sporting Life. SalePoint’s PatientWorks Corporation provides self-service and mobile solutions to the healthcare market. For more information, visit https://www.salepoint.com/retail.
About living chocolate Living Chocolate, formerly known as Communal Uprising Chocolate, was born out of a passion for chocolate and for health. In our modern American society, chocolate is considered a dessert, a discretionary food, even taboo or “bad” for you. With this in mind, we can’t really enjoy all of the incredible benefits that chocolate has to offer. Chocolate may in fact be the most nutrient-dense food on the planet. It contains one of the richest magnesium foods on the planet, the nutrients that humans as a species are most depleted of. It contains iron, selenium, copper, oxytocin the drug of love, serotonin the drug of happiness, anandamide, the molecule of happiness. The list goes on. But we cannot enjoy the benefits of chocolate at all because our body has to fight against white sugar. At CUC, we love to keep our chocolate in natural forms that benefit the human body and keep products close to the heart, chocolate, chocolate truffles, ceremonial cocoa, and whole cocoa beans with purpose and intention. We believe chocolate is here to help. For more information, visit https://www.cuchocolate.com/.
A creative mom twist on a cult Aldi The chocolate brand left people in awe of her pastry skills, as she transformed the humble cocoa treat into an extravagant display.
Sharing an image of her creation with the Aldi Mums Facebook group, the woman showed how she transformed Aldi’s Choceur chocolate into an intricate floral-like centerpiece on top of her cake.
“I made a cake for my daughter all Aldi,” she wrote next to the photo.
READ MORE:Aldi’s Choceur chocolate voted best by Australian consumers
“Her middle name is Rose so I thought it was appropriate.”
Mom made the rose “petals” from Choceur’s Milk Waves product, tying them in a neat circle to give the appearance of a blooming bud.
She topped it with strawberries in the center and an edge of colorful chocolate buttons.
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Collecting over 1300 likes from her post, users celebrated the woman’s remarkable cake.
“I steal your idea so much,” shared one user.
“Very inventive and good too I bet,” said another.
Aldi Australia’s Choceur chocolate was previously ranked country’s favorite in consumer survey for Canstar’s Most Satisfied Customer Award.
Considering value for money, packaging design and overall satisfaction, the budget supermarket block reigned supreme, having achieved five-star reviews in four of the five search categories.
The chocolate brand, which costs as little as $ 2.99, covers a range of velvety products, including milk and white chocolate, salty pretzels, coffee and cream, fruits and nuts, black almonds and milk chocolate filled with caramel.
Last year, the chocolate brand’s interpretation of the Kinder Bueno bar, ranked among Aldi’s coveted Product of the Year list.
Choceur’s Liviano Hazelnut Cream Bars have been described as “a crispy golden wafer, finely covered in European milk chocolate” with “a light and creamy filling”.
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Calling all chocolate cake lovers. This decadent chocolatey bundt cake gets its rich color from dark cocoa powder (we like to use cocoa from the King Arthur Baking Company). To make this cake the perfect Halloween dessert, top it with green frosting and vibrant flowers for a festive touch.
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2 1/3 ch.
all purpose flour
unsweetened dark cocoa powder, or Dutch cocoa powder
(1 stick) unsalted butter, melted
vegetable or canola oil
1 1/2 tsp.
pure vanilla extract
icing sugar, sifted
Green food coloring, optional
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Heat oven to 350 ° F and spray 12-cup Bundt cake pan with non-stick cooking spray.
In a large bowl, sift together the flour, granulated sugar, brown sugar, cocoa powder, baking powder, baking soda and salt.
In a second large bowl, using an electric mixer fitted with a whisk, whisk together the butter and oil. Add ice water and whisk until combined, about 1 min. Reduce mixer speed to low and add eggs, 1 at a time, stirring until incorporated. Combine 1/2 cup of sour cream and vanilla. With the mixer running, gradually add the flour mixture.
Pour the batter into the prepared pan. Bake in preheated oven until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean, 40 to 45 min. Let cool on a rack for 10 min, then unmold and let cool completely.
While the cake is cooling, add 1/2 cup of the remaining sour cream to a large bowl and whip the sifted icing sugar until completely smooth, then tint green if desired. Drizzle the top of the cake.
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9. Lindt Milk Chocolate Hot Chocolate Flakes: 62% ($ 7.50)
10. Nestlé Nesquik chocolate: 61% ($ 5.50)
The low cost purchase received the highest rating, scoring 78 percent.
Taste testers stated that the hot chocolate had a “nice luxurious mouthfeel” and was “sweet”, “forgiving” and “satisfying”.
In second place, Nestlé Aero Hot Choc ($ 6.30) got an honorable 74 percent.
‘Best of the bunch so far – easy to mix, nice flavor, not too sweet. The foam is rich, ”one judge said, while others insisted the drink was“ pleasant ”.
The Cadbury Instant Hot Chocolate Mix ($ 5) received 73 percent.
‘Beautiful, creamy texture / palate, almost silky. Pleasant taste, not too sweet, great cocoa taste with no fun aftertaste. All in all a nice hot chocolate, ”said one judge.
If you’re on a tight budget, Aldi Dairy Fine Drinking Chocolate ($ 2.99) was one of the cheapest hot chocolates on the market, costing just 75 cents per 100g.
For those looking for indulgence, experts have recommended Lindt Milk Chocolate Hot Chocolate Flakes ($ 7.50), which are decadent flakes that melt in hot milk.
“This is the highest calorie hot chocolate we’ve looked at. One cup, prepared according to package directions, contains 1221 kJ, or 14% of the recommended daily kilojoule intake for the average adult, ”the experts said.
At $ 1.39 a serving, it’s also the most expensive hot chocolate.
Avalanche Sugar Free Drinking Chocolate ($ 4.80) and Coles Hot Chocolate ($ 3.25 sachets) round out the top 10.
If you’re trying to cut down on added sugar in your diet but still want to treat yourself to guilt-free hot chocolate, experts have recommended Avalanche Sugar-Free Drinking Chocolate ($ 4.80).
Among the products tested, the brand contained the lowest sugar with only 0.1g per 100g.
It contains non-nutritious sweeteners – erythritol and Stevia – which add a sweet taste without the kilojoules associated with added sugars.
Nestlé Milo ($ 7), Woolworths Classic Hot Chocolate ($ 3.25), Coles Hot Chocolate ($ 3.25 sachets) and Nestlé Nesquik Chocolate ($ 5.50) round out the top 10.
Nestlé has launched a new line of confectionery called Combos, which combines some of its most popular brands of chocolate with popcorn.
The range includes Aero Combos, a blend of Aero bubbles, caramel popcorn and dark chocolate malt balls; Rolo Combos, a mix of Little Rolos, caramel popcorn and fudge bites; and Milkybar Combos, a mix of Milkybar chunks, caramel popcorn and milk chocolate digestive balls.
All three varieties come in share bags and will be available from Asda this month with a suggested retail price of £ 2.50. They will go on sale in other supermarkets, wholesale and convenience stores and value retailers from August.
Cat Mews Brand Director said, “Our new sharing line is aimed at providing consumers with a deliciously different sweet snack experience. We’ve taken three of our most popular candy brands and taken them to the next level.
“Aero, Rolo and Milkybar Combos are mouthwatering blends that offer a unique blend of tastes and textures. Whether it’s a movie night with the family or a picnic with friends, the Aero, Rolo and Milkybar Combos are a treat for any occasion.
The Aero, Rolo and Milkybar Combos offer a unique blend of tastes and textures …
While reminding consumers of three heritage brands.
The baked goods auction was held on Wednesday evening at the Logan County Fair. Over 80 items were sold, including cakes, pies, caramels, peanut crisps, fudge and turtles.
William Johnson was a happy young man because his Grand Champion chocolate cake reached the highest total of the night for $ 450. He was bought by his great-grandmother, Barbra Scherer.
Another Grand Champion (Angel Food) cake from Ann Wildermuth sold for $ 400 as three local businesses teamed up for the purchase. These were LeVan’s Body Shop, Frans Mowing and Turner Trailer Sales. These three also went together to buy Marley Young’s Reserve Grand Champion White Cake for $ 300.
Here are the rest of the results:
Kylie Croston White Coat $ 40 at Steve Austin’s Auto Group
Ann Wildermuth White Diaper $ 50 at Jennings Farley & Seeley Funeral Home
Karen Wisse White Coat $ 50 at Ryland Eades
Young Karly Holtcamp decorated $ 80 at the Logan County Sheriff’s Office
Kaleb Hurley youth decorated $ 150 to Tim Arvin
Raina Young decorated $ 200 at Zimmerman Realty
Ashley Holtcamp Yellow Diaper $ 45 at Liberty National Bank
Ann Wildermuth Yellow Diaper $ 60 at LeVan’s Body Shop
Nestlé is mixing its “most popular” confectionery brands with popcorn in a new sharing concept.
Called Combos, the new packs combine Aero, Rolo, and Milkybar with popcorn and other sweet snacks.
Aero Combos feature Aero bubbles and decadent chocolate malt balls. Rolo Combos, on the other hand, contain Little Rolos and “melt-in-your-mouth” fudge bites. Finally, the Milkybar Combos include creamy Milkybar pieces and crispy milk chocolate digestive balls.
The NPD would offer buyers a “unique and delicious combination of tastes and textures,” Nestlé said (rsp: £ 2.50 / 110-125 g).
They’ll be arriving in Asda from mid-July, with listings in other supermarkets, wholesale and convenience stores, and value retailers to follow from August.
“Our new sharing range aims to provide consumers with a deliciously different sweet snack experience,” said Cat Mews, Nestlé Brand Manager.
“Whether it’s a movie night with the family or a picnic with friends, the Aero, Rolo and Milkybar Combos are a treat for any occasion. We can’t wait for people to try them out.
It is the latest in a series of NPD confectionery brands Nestlé.
In January, it added a new line of vegan pudding-inspired candies to its Rowntree line.
Called Dessert Pastilles, the packs contain four flavors: Mango Sorbet, Blueberry Pie, Cherry Bakewell and Apple Crumble.
Last year, he unveiled a trio of Smarties Buttons, which feature chocolate-covered Mini Smarties.
Upon launch, Alberto Pisanello, Head of Smarties Brand, said: “Consumers tell us they love their favorite brands to keep things fresh with exciting innovations and new varieties to try. “
Baker shares a chocolate cake ball recipe – and you can make your own with THREE ingredients
A pastry chef shared her remarkably simple recipe for chocolate fudge cake balls
It only requires three ingredients: chocolate, fudge frosting, and a pre-made cake mix.
Recipe, by ‘Instagram Famous’ Pastry Chef Eloise Head, Goes Viral Online
Mrs Head says anyone who loves chocolate fudge cake should try these
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An “Instagram famous” pastry chef delighted fans by sharing her simple recipe for decadent chocolate cake balls made from just three ingredients.
Eloise Head, who became a social media sensation during the first Covid lockdown by posting dessert videos on her now viral food blog, FitWaffle Kitchen, make treats with chocolate, fudge frosting and a box of pre-made chocolate cake mix.
In a recent post on her popular Instagram account, which has 586,000 followers, London-based Ms Head said that anyone who loves chocolate fudge cake should try these mini cake balls.
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Recipe video, which has garnered over 54,500 likes since uploading on July 4, has garnered widespread praise
The recipe could be a welcome distraction for the five million stranded Sydneysiders, who are set to continue well beyond Friday’s scheduled end date after a Covid trail infiltrates the city’s southwest. reached 21 new exhibition sites.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian revealed that the “vast majority” of the 112 new community transmissions in numbers announced on Monday occurred in the local government area of Fairfield, 19 miles from the CBD.
Deputy Prime Minister John Barilaro admitted “we have lost control of the virus” and said tighter restrictions are likely, before dismissing the idea of a nighttime curfew.
The recipe could be a welcome distraction for the five million stranded Sydneysiders, who are expected to continue well beyond Friday’s scheduled end date
Mrs Head rolls the mixture into bite-sized balls (left), freezes them for 20 minutes and then dips them in melted chocolate (right)
To make the simple cake balls, Mrs Head mixes a box of Betty Crocker ‘Devil’s Food’ Cake Mix with a jar of Betty Crocker Chocolate Frosting.
She rolls the mixture into bite-sized balls and freezes them for about 20 minutes so they’re easier to glaze.
Mrs. Head then melts 250 grams of milk chocolate and plunges the frozen balls into the liquid mixture.
Three Ingredient Recipe for Chocolate Fudge Cake Balls
1 chocolate cake box mix (plus ingredients listed on box)
150g chocolate icing
250g of milk or dark chocolate
1. Mix a tin of Betty Crocker Devil’s Food Cake Mix with a jar of Betty Crocker Chocolate Fudge Frosting.
2. Roll the mixture into bite-sized balls and freeze them for about 20 minutes to make them easier to glaze.
3. Melt the milk chocolate and dip the frozen balls into the liquid mixture.
Source: FitWaffle Kitchen
The chocolate will set quickly, Ms. Head warned, so it’s important to go fast if you want to decorate them with sprinkles.
A recipe video, which has garnered more than 54,500 likes since it went live on July 4, has garnered widespread praise.
A woman tagged her friend and wrote, “Easy and delicious cakes for kids. (And when I say kids, I mean us).
“Cake balls, yes please!” Said another, while a third added, “Yum, they look delicious.”
Whether you like it dark or milk, bar or drink, pure or filled, there’s nothing like chocolate to sweeten the day. With World Chocolate Day celebrated on July 7 every year, it’s time to pay homage to the dream concoction, a single puff of which makes life more enjoyable.
This year, why not look beyond the marquee treats at the grocery store? Explore some of the local chocolatiers we have access to in the UAE, so you can get your teeth into sweets, while supporting local businesses.
Here are eight brands to discover.
Boasting the world’s first camel milk chocolate factory, Al Nassma is a brand from the United Arab Emirates that has become synonymous with the taste of Arabian chocolates – not only in the region, but around the world (in 2015, the brand made a deal with Harrods to sell their chocolates in the famous London department store).
Al Nassma was established in the United Arab Emirates in 2008 after years of research into camel milk. Today, his chocolates come in different flavors and shapes. Choose from white, milk and dark bars, with or without nuts, or try camel-shaped chocolates, which make great keepsakes and gifts.
Prices start from Dh29 for a bar; available at select Carrefour and Waitrose branches, at Dubai Airport terminals; and online on amazon.ae and www.al-nasma.com
This Emirati artisanal chocolatier was founded in 2017 by Mohammad Al Qassimi and takes pride in his bean-to-bar chocolate making, which occurs in the United Arab Emirates.
Cocoa beans come from places such as Madagascar, Tanzania, Peru, Ecuador and Guatemala, and are roasted and blended to create a range of flavors that will delight the taste buds. There is everything from praline ganache and truffles to bars (or bars), not to mention chocolate coated nuts and dates of your choice.
Customers can choose different flavors for the boxes or customize chocolates for special occasions. For a taste of the unusual, try Blu’s yogurt, cheesecake, Arabian coffee ganache or a strawberry and cocoa nib chocolate wafer.
Prices vary from Dh195 to Dh350 per kilogram; available at Mirdif Street, Dubai; Nation Towers, Al Bateen, Abu Dhabi; and via Instagram: @bluchocolateae
Most foodies in the UAE would have heard of Brix Dessert Bar, a chic UAE-born brand located in the fishing port of Jumeirah (it was also recently launched on Time Out Market). While many of his creations are dreamy (his African Powerhouse cake is a must-have), most don’t know that he also creates handmade chocolate bars, which look like works of art.
You have the choice between three flavors: rose, based on white chocolate and rose essence; pistachio, dark chocolate, pistachios and walnuts; and salted butter caramel, a gourmet creation with dark chocolate, salt, cream and cocoa nibs. Brix also offers a range of truffles and chocolate candies.
Dh35 each for bars; available at Jumeirah Fishing Port and Time Out Market in Souk Al Bahar; and via Instagram: @brix_desserts
The brand was inspired by sisters Iman and Luchie Suguitan’s desire to find healthy chocolate after their mother was diagnosed with diabetes. Their trip took them to the island of Mindanao in the Philippines, where they worked with local farmers to learn more about cocoa.
Co Chocolat, launched in 2016, specializes in chocolates with healthy ingredients such as turmeric, macha and moringa. The brand limits its use of refined sugar, preferring coconut sugar or dates, and also supports farmers in the Philippines through Overseas Filipinos Supporting Filipino Farmers, a social enterprise.
“Our USP is that our cocoa is farm-to-table,” says Iman. “We control the growth of our cocoa trees, the way the beans are fermented. We see the quality produced and know exactly how farmers are empowered through chocolate ”.
The Co Chocolat range includes everything from spreads to hot chocolate. Meanwhile, the bars come in creative, vibrantly colored wrappers and designs that are perfect for gift giving.
Bars are priced at Dh28 each; available at Candylicious in the Dubai Mall and Dubai Airport; Yas Mall, Abu Dhabi; online at www.cochocolat.com
Launched as a passionate project by a woman by Emirati Najah Al Muntafiq in 2010, Coco Jalila now counts Emirates Airline, Emaar Hospitality and Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts among its clients. The secret lies in his unique creations: they are made with less sugar and more cocoa butter, and the melting chocolates can also be enjoyed on their own, but also incredibly well with coffee.
The brand has also collaborated with master chocolatier Guido Gobino from Turin to produce a range inspired by Italian taste and flair. On the must-have list, Coco Luna, stuffed with gianduja with hazelnuts and crushed pistachios; Coco Rocca, made with crushed caramelized almonds, nougat, coffee beans and date paste; and the Sea Salt Cremino, milk chocolate with organic sea salt and olive oil.
Prices start from 250 Dh per kilogram; available at the pastry counters in the lobby lounges of Address Hotels & Resorts; and online on www.cocojalila.com
Forrey & Galland
While not a UAE brand per se, it has an intriguing history. Forrey & Galland was first established in Paris, selling luxury chocolate in the early 1900s. However, when UAE residents Isabelle Jaouen and Vincent Moret realized that Moret’s family owned the brand, they decided to revive it in the Middle East.
Today, Forrey & Galland has only two branches: at the Dubai Mall and at Fiorenza La Piazza, in Riyadh. Walk into these stores and you’ll find it’s all about experience, from personalizations to tastings. Customers can choose classic or luxurious boxes and mix and match chocolate flavors including zaatar milk ganache, Omani halwa, and Arabica coffee.
For chocolate that looks more like a work of art, Made by Two is your best bet. It is a sister brand of the Instagrammable Two at Symphony cafe and can be found on Fashion Avenue at the Dubai Mall.
This artisanal chocolate shop was launched in November 2020 by Mouza Alabbar, to offer a “niche chocolate experience” inspired by art and design. That’s why every chocolate sold is hand painted and features a myriad of designs created using pops of color and gold dust.
The brand is also committed to celebrating the traditional tastes of the Emirates through its collections. Some nostalgic chocolate flavors include Gahwa Sky, an Arabic coffee creation, and Halawa Dust, with a traditional halwa and pistachio taste, both made from chocolate from locally sourced cocoa beans. There’s even an Oman Chocolate Chips for those who want something sweet with a hint of spice.
Prices for individual chocolates vary and can be purchased at the cafe; personalized boxes start from 290 Dh; available at the Dubai Mall; Instagram: @ made.bytwo
It is impossible to list the brands of house chocolate without mentioning Mirzam. The Emirati brand launched Dubai’s first bar bean factory in Al Quoz in 2016, and has since won numerous awards for its artisanal chocolates, including its Single Origin Dark Chocolate from India, Dark Chocolate with Dates and fennel and its dark chocolate. with Rose.
Named after a star, Mirzam sources directly from Vietnam, Indonesia, Madagascar, India and Papua New Guinea, all countries that were part of the spice route and sea-dhow trade with the Arabs in this region.
Its chocolate making process is completely transparent and the brand also offers factory tours, tastings and workshops.
For those looking for a taste of the region, Mirzam has an Emirati collection, with flavors such as milk chocolate with luqaimat, dark chocolate with halwa, dark chocolate with khabeesa, and white chocolate with aseda. The brand also works with artists to create the packaging for its candy bars, making it a creative and delicious gift option.
Prices start from Dh34 for a bar; available at Al Quoz, Dubai; Qasr Al Hosn, Abu Dhabi; and online on www.mirzam.com
It’s a universal cake that celebrates children’s birthdays, a glass of sweet sherry and Roald Dahl’s Mathilde. It’s safe to say everyone has a recipe and this go-to covers a few pantry staples and is usually made with cocoa and / or chocolate as a building block.
This is the base but there are a lot of iterations. Viennese sacher torte, consisting of a chocolate sponge sandwiched with apricot jam, Sweden’s favorite kladdkaka during the fika era, which literally translates to “sticky cake”, a dense beauty and deliberately undercooked , up to the Argentinian chocotorta, the no-bake dessert of chocolate cookies soaked in cocoa milk before being covered with dulce de leche and cream cheese filling … come back right now, I need a slice of cake to finish writing this.
The chocolate cake has certainly earned its Universal Passport and Tupperware royalties.
On a trip to Emilia Romagna in Italy many years ago, I remember scribbling a recipe on the back of a napkin. I had bought the torta tenerina, a sticky brownie song cake from this little bakery / cafe around the corner where I was staying. The thin, light and crispy outer shell encompasses a soft and rich center.
Back the next day for another, then on the third day there was a mutual smile and recognition that I was there to buy that exact chocolate torta in her window, except this time she would share the know-how with me. In the time it took to grab the cake, wrap it, and pay for it, she swept through the ingredients and the process and I remember leaving with a cake in one hand and a chocolate-stained napkin in it. other. He was reading, dark chocolate, eggs (separated), a little sugar and a little butter and only two tablespoons of flour. Bake for less than 30 minutes and I had strict instructions to be patient and not serve it hot.
It wasn’t until Silvia Colloca’s torta Montenegro landed on our SBS Food desk that I realized it was actually the same cake; torta tenerina is torta Montenegro. “I forgot how good it is [recipe] it’s because I never succeed, it’s my brother’s job, ”laughs Silvia. The origins of the cake are said to honor the wife of King Vittorio Emmanuel III, the soft and tender heart of Elena of Montenegro, her molten center. ‘A tender cake’ because the flour is just enough to bind it so that it remains soft in the middle.
While I certainly never imply parting with your beloved loved one, torta tenerina is worth making into your baking at home.
Cook it at home
Preheat your oven to 180 ° C.
In a bowl placed over a pot of simmering water, melt 200 g of dark chocolate (70%). Make sure the bowl does not touch the water, otherwise your chocolate will seize up and clump together (code to start over), making it “the only technical thing you need to know”, according to Silvia and She is not wrong. When your chocolate is melted, add 100g unsalted butter (or a vegetable or oil-based butter if you want to make this product dairy-free) and a pinch of salt. Stir until shiny, then set aside to cool completely.
Separate your 5 egg yolks from your whites in 2 medium-sized bowls. Whisk your whites with ⅓ cup of sugar until stiff peaks form. Whisk ⅓ cup of the sugar in your yolks until they turn white. Incorporate the cooled chocolate into the yolks mixture.
Fold your egg whites and don’t overwork your dough. Source: Farah Celjo
Stir in the beaten egg whites in three separate batches, making sure you don’t overwork and mix the air in the cake – you’ll be thankful for this “less is more” approach.
Sift two heaped tablespoons of flour, then stir a few times before pouring the dough into a 23 cm diameter cake mold. Bake for 25-30 minutes.
Make sure to cool it completely in the pan. Don’t worry if it runs lightly, you can fix it by covering it with fresh berries, cream and / or icing sugar.
If you need me, I’ll be there. Source: Farah Celjo
Otherwise, a fun game is to cut a slice every time you get up from your desk and walk around the house. A proven method, all in the name of looking from me to you.
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