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Try This Simple But Sinful Chocolate Cake By A Stay-At-Home Mom In Las Piñas City

You can never go wrong with moist chocolate mousse cake and silky chocolate ganache on top!

Manila, Philippines – You can never go wrong with a chocolate cake, but with the amount of bakeries and online vendors serving up their own versions of the classic dessert, it’s hard not to get lost among the overwhelming sea of ​​choices.

If you’re looking for a simple yet sinful chocolate cake that oozes homemade charm, home baker Lea Sawali might be just what you’re looking for. Its concept is simple – a chocolate mousse cake topped with chocolate ganache – but the end result is satisfying but not overly sweet, and will tempt you to take another bite…or a slice, because who’s watching?

The chocolate cake is soft, fluffy, but not airy. There is bite, without being too dense. The chocolatey sweetness of the cake is there, but it’s still sweet enough to accentuate the star of the show, which is the premium chocolate ganache used by Lea on top.

The premium chocolate ganache is silky smooth, thick, balanced and not too sweet either which takes it all away umai factor in this decadent dessert. Combine a generous amount of the ganache with the chocolate cake and you’re guaranteed to tingle in the mouth, coming from someone who isn’t so greedy.

Moonchild’s Chocolate Cake comes in a small 7″ round size (P345) that is suitable for two to three people; in a large 8×8 square format (P695) good for five-six people; and a 10×13 rectangular party size (P1,450) that fits 10-12.

You can store the cake for up to 12 hours at room temperature (as long as it is not directly exposed to heat). It’s good in the fridge for a week, and a month in the freezer. It’s best at room temperature, so enjoy it right away!

If you stored it in the fridge, the cake is just as good in the microwave for 10-15 seconds until the ganache is wonderfully melted and oozes onto the moist cake.

Piece of cake: how Moonchild grew up

Moonchild by Lea Sawali is a home-based business in Las Piñas City, founded by stay-at-home mom Lea during the first year of the pandemic. The lockdown affected her husband’s job as a pilot, so to help with the household income, Lea decided to start selling cookies with her background in the culinary world.

It wasn’t until 2021 that Moonchild was officially born. She baked a chocolate cake for her father’s birthday, not knowing that she would be pressured by her family members to sell her creation as soon as they took their first bite. Lea answered the call, started selling her homemade chocolate cake on Instagram, and the rest was history.

Mas lumakas po yung asks for cake. Before kasi it was all me… no help at all even his house. So I just focused on the decadent cake,” Lea told Rappler.

(The demand for the cake has increased. Before, it was just me, without even a helper at home.)

“We didn’t think n / A (that) it will be as big as it is now!

As word of mouth grew, so did Lea’s humble cake business. She said a Petron gas station got in touch soon after because she wanted to transport her cake, followed by a Shell gas station and then several dealers on the subway. Currently, Moonchild has official dealers located at Shell Tagaytay, Marikina, Quezon City, Makati, Pasig, Shell San Pablo City and Petron Molino Blvd.

“He’s already developed and I finally hired some help,” Lea said.

Moonchild by Lea Sawali is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The main hub is located at BF Resort, Las Piñas City. Customers can place their orders through the Moonchild website. – Rappler.com



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