Chocolate Liqueur Cake Recipe

I promise you, this is the last dessert for the year and you can go on to your New Year's resolution. But seriously, what kind of a New Year's party is it, without a kick in the cake? This cake has it all perfectly blended in.

The cake turns out very moist, with a nice, rich, chocolate flavor.

If you're in hunt for a few more, similar recipes, you may like a Drunken Cherry Cake or Chocolate Drunken Cherry Roll.

Serving size:
1
units
Prep
45 min
Cooking
40 min
Ready in
1 hr 30 min
Simple
Challenging

Instructions 

Beat eggs (no need to separate them) with sugar until it’s three times in volume. Sift flour together with cacao. Using a spatula, fold in flour by thirds; be very gentle with dough, so you don't over mix it and lose the fluffiness. Place dough into 9 inch pan. Bake at 350F for 30 minutes, check it with a wooden toothpick. If the cake is ready, dough should not stick to the toothpick.
Once the cake cools, cut the cake into three or four slices.
Soak the slices with whipping cream and liqueur combined together; set it aside.
Melt chocolate chip with in a microwave, stir chocolate every few seconds not to overcook. Whip together chocolate, butter and condensed milk. Whip until well combined.
In a separate bowl, whisk very cold heavy whipping cream until soft peaks. Fold in chocolate butter mixture into whipped cream.
Place a layer of cake on a plate, cover with cream, repeat until you ran out of cake layers. Using the remaining cream, decorate the outside of the cake.
Dust sides of the cake with cacao powder and some shredded chocolate or decorate as you wish.

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