Chocolate Berry Cake

This cake was designed for my husband’s bitrhday. He loves combination of chocolate and fruit in cakes. Do you, too? Keep on reading! Chocolate Berry Cake is composed of cocoa crust, jelly-like middle with whole berries, and mild chocolate mascarpone cream. Flavours of chocolate and berries complete wonderfully, and the cake is just sweet enough. The cake will be loved even by those who aren’t fans of classic layer cakes with sponge and frosting, and those who like creamy cakes. Chocolate cream resembles mousse by its structure but its preparation is much easier because you simply mix it, without any […]

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Peanut Butter Brownies

Everyone loves a good brownie. Brownies are quickly prepared, chocolatey, and delicious dessert! This time I’ve decided to make them with peanut butter. The combination of chocolate and peanuts is absolutely amazing! Peanut Butter Brownies also have a nice texture. Top is crackly, and the middle is gooey. They are prepared very easily, in fact, you will need half an hour for preparation and less than half an hour for baking. I love to prepare them when I’m invited somewhere or somebody comes unannounced. But they are great also for Sunday lunch when you have many dishes to make and […]

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“Something Different” Sacher Cake

Last time I asked my Insta followers about recipes they would like to see on the blog. One of suggestions was Sacher Cake. And since this is the blog Bake Something Different, it is my job to add a personal note to every cake. The original Sacher Cake is made of rich chocolate sponge, covered with apricot jam and melted chocolate. I have already tried it (based on the original recipe from Hotel Sacher) and believe me, it is worth a try. You can get it in Sacher Cafe in Wien or Graz. And also indulge in amazing trip to […]

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Raspberry White Chocolate Tart

Spring recipes just call for different fruits! Since the past recipes have been strawberry, I decided to make a raspberry tart this time. And of course, can’t do it without chocolate! Raspberry White Chocolate Tart is a delicious fruity-chocolatey tart, made of cocoa crust, raspberry filling, and white chocolate ganache. All of these are very simple to make and the whole procedure will take you about an hour and a half. It’s the best if you use the pie/tart baking tray, but if you don’t have it, round cake baking tray will do too – just use a big enough. […]

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Yule Log

Yule Log is a famous Christmas dessert. By seeing Pinterest ideas, I have wanted to try baking this cake for a long time, and this year I finally found time to do it. Yule Log is often looking like a cake roll, but I have also seen some ideas about a round cake. It is made of cocoa sponge with added walnuts or hazelnuts, filled with creamy frosting and decorated in a way it resembles a tree trunk. This yule log is a chocolate version with walnuts and hazelnuts. Sponge is rich and fluffy. The frosting is mildly chocolatey and […]

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Sacher Christmas Trees

Another cookie recipe for chocolate lovers. I named them Sacher Christmas Trees because they are made of cocoa cookie dough and apricot jam, covered with chocolate. A perfect recipe for Sacher Cake fans! Ingredients will be enough for 70 pieces. The preparation time is 4 hours.   Ingredients Cookie dough 500 g baking flour 75 g raw cocoa powder 200 g powdered sugar 300 g butter 2 eggs 15 g baking powder Half a teaspoon of salt   150 g apricot jam   Chocolate cover 200 g baking chocolate/dark chocolate 150 g butter/margarine   Procedure Knead the dough from all […]

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Chocolate Raspberry Crinkle Cookies

Chocolate Raspberry Crinkle Cookies? These are the most delicious cookies in the world. Chocolate crinkle cookies are usually those with which you can’t go wrong because they’re divinely chocolatey and simply melt when you taste them. Chocolate raspberry crinkle cookies go even further by adding slightly sour, aromatic raspberry to strong flavour of dark chocolate which creates a really special adventure. For making the dough you will need about half an hour and then you should let the dough rest in fridge over night. The next morning you make small balls, cover them in powdered sugar, and bake them.   […]

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