Flourless Chocolate Kahlua Cake #GuestPost for The Cafe Sucre Farine

Today, I am honored to guest post for Chris of The Café Sucré Farine. She and her husband are a dynamic blogging duo…Chris cooks and bakes (her cupcakes and desserts are to die for!) and her hubby takes incredible photos. When were in the Secret Recipe Club together, I was lucky enough to have been assigned her blog one month. I made these toffee cookies which are still some of my favorite cookies ever. Besides being top notch in the kitchen, Chris is a sweet and caring friend, mom and grandmother. She’s taking a little time off from her blog to help out with her newest grand baby. So I thought I’d share one of our favorite desserts…a flourless chocolate cake. And this one has a little twist…Kahlua! Hurry on over to visit Chris to see my Flourless Chocolate Kahlua Cake…you’ll go back to her blog again and again if you haven’t yet discovered it.


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Flourless Chocolate Kahlua Cake

Ingredients

  • 12 ounces semisweet chocolate, chopped
  • 4 ounces unsweetened chocolate, chopped
  • 1 pound (4 sticks) butter, cut into pieces
  • 1 cup Kahlua (may substitute espresso)
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 8 large eggs, whisked well to break down whites and yolks
  • Fresh raspberries
  • Whipped cream (add powdered sugar and vanilla to taste)

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 °. Wrap a 9 inch springform pan with a double layer of heavy duty aluminum foil. Set aside.
  2. Place all chocolate in large bowl. Melt sugar and butter together in microwave. Whisk together till sugar starts to lose its graininess, zapping in microwave again briefly if needed to help dissolve the sugar. Add to chocolate; whisk until smooth. Add Kahlua, then cool slightly. Whisk in eggs beaten eggs.
  3. Pour batter into prepared pan. Put cake pan in roasting pan. Pour enough hot water into roasting pan to come halfway up sides of springform pan. Bake for about an hour, until center of cake is set. A few moist crumbs may remain on toothpick after inserting it into the center of the cake. Remove pan from water. Unwrap foil and let cool on rack till reaches room temperature. Chill cake overnight.
  4. Run a straight knife around pan sides to loosen cake. Release from sides of spring-form pan and place on serving plate. If you'd like, you can use a large spatula to remove cake from bottom of spingform pan.
  5. Serve with sweetened whip cream and fresh berries.
  6. Yield: 20.
  7. Adapted from Bon Appetit
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Comments

  1. I think here the term “died and went to chocolate heaven” is appropriate. The cake is stunning!

  2. Yum! Another chocolaty indulgence with booze!

  3. Man! This looks really really good! Maybe its because I love chocolate…I dunno!

  4. How dare you ! I’m on a diet ! NOT lol The cake looks pretty delicious , Lizzy !

  5. Wow Lizzy! You Kahlua cake looks moist and delish! With the cream, does it taste like Tiramisu?

  6. Hi, Liz! This is my first time here.
    What a wonderful cake… Skinny chick, you can really bake!!!
    Your photos are lovely as well…So you can really photograph as well. :)
    Congrats, Liz! You have a beautiful blog.

  7. Ooh, I love the Kahlua in there. Passover is almost here so I’m always on the lookout for new flourless recipes.

  8. Oooh Chris sounds great! And so does this cake-i always adore a flourless, chocolate cake :)

  9. This is so gorgeous, Liz! Can I have a slice for breakfast? :)

  10. What a gorgeous cake, it looks like a super moist brownie texture too, Liz. I love a chocolate cake without flour, so delicious. I’m going to bookmark this recipe for my next dinner party. It will certainly garner a lot of WOWs for sure!

  11. This is such an absolutely beautiful tart, Lizzy!

  12. That looks absolutely wonderful, I am going to try that soon! :D

    By the way, I tried your Death By Chocolate Cookies and absolutely LOVED THEM! :D They’re here in my blog, if you want to check it out:

    http://omeubemestar.blogspot.com/2013/03/bolachas-de-chocolate-ou-death-by.html

    Thank you so much for both recipes! :D

  13. Simply Beautiful, Lizzy!! Anything chocolate is a winner in my book!

  14. What is great is that this can be perfect for Passover! What an amazing cake and the kahlua is a great match for the chocolate. What a dessert!

  15. When you have that much butter and sugar must be good. This is a reminder to me that I haven’t made flourless cake in too long a time. Love the kahlua addition.

  16. What a perfect cake, Liz. I never pass on chocolate cake and i could guzzle Kahlua like nobody’s business. I’m heading over to visit Chris’ blog right now!

  17. Hm – look at that texture. Love the Kahlua in there too. Gosh, exquisite as always from the Queen of chocolate!

  18. Love you both! This is a perfect post for Chris’ blog – just beautiful, Liz!

  19. i love anything chocolate- this looks heavenly especially with the berries on top

  20. Lizzy , looks gorgeous!!! chocolate + berries always delicious.

  21. My dear friend.
    What a spectacle of cake!! Oh My God, Kahlua must have given him a unique flavor. I really loved this recipe.
    kisses

  22. peachy @ The Peach Kitchen says:

    What a beautiful chocolate cake! I bet its delicious and silky and moist!

  23. Flourless cake is one of the best things that can be made with chocolate and also one of the most dangerous cakes I know. I prepare a very similar one, but never add Kahlua. It sounds like a fantastic idea. Thank you for introducing Chris. She seems an extraordinary cook and baker.

  24. Oops! Sorry, Liz, I haven’t realised it was your cake (I thought it was Chris’s guest post…). I think I got simply carried away by these amazing photos and have forgotten to read carefully the title ;-)
    It doesn’t change the fact that YOU are an extraordinary cook and baker and the cake looks fabulous!

  25. The photos are stunning as usual! I haven’t tried making flourless cake yet, but I’ve always wanted to. So I guess it’s time for me to give it a try!

  26. Such a great looking cake! My wife makes something similar, but not with a whole pound of butter! Really good stuff – thanks.

  27. Lizzy, this cake is something I don’t want to miss. I will try making half of the recipe.

  28. Drool! How good does this cake look my gosh, and kahula in it? Yes please!!!

  29. I am a big fan of such flourless cakes, so nice and dense. Kahlua is a BIG bonus :-) Off to chek the guest post.

  30. Definitely my kind of cake, both dark chocolate and kahlua! I still have to make the homemade version with your recipe. Gorgeous recipe for a guest post Liz.

  31. Liz, this cake looks awesome, and yes Kahlua sounds delicious with chocolate.
    Beautiful pictures as well…hope you are having a great week :)

  32. I love anything Kahlua. What a beautiful cake Liz!!

  33. Oh man, all that butter!! This just has to be phenomenal!

  34. What a cake my friend so good :D

    Cheers
    CCU

  35. Liz, what can I say…this is simply a decadent, delicious, perfect, chocolaty treat of a cake that looks so very pretty with the fresh raspberries – what a great idea for a guest post!

  36. Oh, this cake is so full of flavour! This looks like something I must try. The recipe is great and I loved the picture!!

  37. Undoubtedly this Flourless Chocolate Kahlua Cake would be the conversation piece of any dinner party. As always, so very elegant, Liz…Thank you for sharing the recipe =)

  38. You pulled out all the stops for this one Liz, it’s stunning!! I know Chris loved this.

  39. This looks decadent! And no flour? Even better!

  40. Oh wow, that looks like the perfect chocolate cake!

  41. Oh this cake looks delicious!! I’m gonna eat my monitor :D

  42. This sounds like a very rich but yummy cake. I’m moving house today and the previous occupant of the new house hasn’t organised to have her phone line disconnected. Until she does, I can’t get a connection. (tearing out my hair). Not sure how long I will be without the internet! xx

  43. This cake looks amazing! Kahlua is the one coffee flavor I actually like, so I see this being made in the very near future! :)

  44. Awesomeness!! I love everything about this!! Might have to forward it to my good friend Christiane….!! ;)

  45. Mmmm… I love Kahlua. And this cake sounds heavenly! Pinned it so I can try it some time. Stopping by from Foodie Friday! Have a good weekend!

  46. Hubby loves Kahlua and chocolate – what else is there to say!

  47. I could not resist this blog post. I’m on the way out to do errands and just as I was about to turn off my laptop, I see this. How can I not bake this? Thanks for sharing this — I love Kahlua and chocolate! Happy Sat.!

  48. I haven’t thought of kahlua since my Black Russian days… sounds like a great flavor in a chocolate cake. Thanks for sharing it with us on foodie friday.

  49. What a gorgeous looking cake! Chocolate, chocolate, kahlua, brown sugar, eggs, berries…yeah, I’d say it’s pretty phenomenal!

  50. Lizzy,
    Oh what an indulgent and gorgeous cake. I can’t wait to try it.
    Annamaria

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