I have no idea why it has taken me so long to get one, but I am now the proud owner of a bundt tin! I couldn’t wait to use it, and what better recipe than this divine Chocolate Cake!
A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to receive some gorgeous Jams from Mother Earth. The kids have gone crazy for them, and my plans to make this cake were derailed temporarily when they ate half the jar of Strawberry Jam before I noticed! The reason I wanted to use this particular jam was because it was so smooth and rich. The smell is divine. While you cannot really taste the Jam in the finished cake, it certainly adds a depth to the recipe and extra sweetness!
Don’t you love it when a recipe comes together exactly how you imagine it in your head? From the cake actually coming out of the tin in one piece, to the perfect icing drizzle I am claiming this one for the win!
You can of course make this in a regular cake tin, either a ring tin, square or round. It would make a beautiful layer cake too with a strawberry & chocolate ganache in the centre.
The final result is a beautiful soft rich cake that is guaranteed not to last long. I have several chocolate cake recipes on my blog so I have tried a few! For something different try this one, you will be so pleased you did.
I used my basic chocolate icing today, but this would be beautiful with a thin chocolate ganache, or even a milk and white chocolate drizzle. Dress it up as simply or as elaborately as the occasion needs!
You will see in the recipe it includes buttermilk, I never have buttermilk on hand, so I always make it myself as it is very easy. Simply add 1 tsp white vinegar or lemon juice to 1 cup of milk and set aside for 5 minutes before using.
So without further ado, here is today’s recipe!
This truly is a stunning Chocolate Cake! I am looking forward to trying it again with different frosting and also with the small amount of leftover batter I had today I made some mini cupcakes so the kids were impressed!
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Could this recipe be made into cupcakes?
Yes definitely, same recipe, same cooking time, just bake for around 15 minutes, but check as you go. Be sure to grease the muffin tin well or use liners.
Nurunesa Ben says
Thank You for sharing Anna! Lovely, decadent and moreish … came out perfectly on my first try and also first time using a bundt tin! I greased it with butter instead of cooking spray and demolded very well. Will definitely be making this again.
Wonderful I’m so pleased to hear it
Carole from Carole's Chatter says
Hi Anna, lovely cake, hope you’ll bring this on over to Food on Friday: Cakes over at my house (Carole’s Chatter)!
Kim @ This Ole Mom says
Anna your cake looks delicious. I am drooling. Chocolate with strawberry jam yum! Thank you for sharing at the Talented Tuesday link party! Have a great week, Kim
The Happy Creations says
I love this super yummy cake,definitely going to try this. Love the combination of strawberry and chocolate. I voted this as my favourite so it will be featured on this weeks Turn It Up Tuesday.Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe with us.
Oh wow thank you!! ?
Your chocolate bundt cake looks so yummy.
Thanks for sharing at Turn It Up Tuesday,
Woooow this looks so good!! I think this will be my weekend baking 😀
Fredda Karatz says
Thanks for posting.
Would love to make this
Thank you! It was a lovely easy cake to make ?