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could somebody recomend some coco please

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could anybody recomend any coco please to make a cake,or are they all the same thankyou Read More
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2y, 5m agoPosted 2 years, 5 months ago
could anybody recomend any coco please to make a cake,or are they all the same thankyou
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2y, 5m agoPosted 2 years, 5 months ago
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#1
I use Cadburys Bourneville. Its very good. My choc cake is delicious (thanks to Takethatfan!).

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Edited By: Angel_Of_The_North on Dec 22, 2014 15:21
#2
They arent all the same but they will all work pretty much equally as well. I use Bournville or Hershey's though havent seen Hershey's in a while
#3
I use Cadburys drinking chocolate (water add one not the milk one) for the kids. And if it is more of an adult treat I use Green and Blacks organic cocoa.
#4
thanks,iv been using borneville,its just that when i put it in the cake,i use 50g for a cake,the cake never looks dark,thanks
#5
I use chocolat patisserie for baking as I've found this the best without being bitter but rich and gives me a dark colour. This can be found in Sainsburys.
#6
THANKYOU very much
#7
I promise you, Cadburys bournville is the best, use it this time then try another next time....you will never change again.
#8
i always use Colombian it's the best
#9
hospitaljuliep
thanks,iv been using borneville,its just that when i put it in the cake,i use 50g for a cake,the cake never looks dark,thanks
Do you add boiling hot water into it first? It seems to make it better. I will put a link on in a min of the cake I do. Its beautiful. Just made it again for Christmas. I times the recipie by 1 and 1/2 to make 3 layers, do nutella buttercream frosting, with Terrys choc ganache ontop and add Cadburys fingers all the way round. I was given the recipie off Takethatfan from here, her cakes are stunning. Theres a thread somewhere in misc where she posts often, as do many others, all giving tips on baking. It was a great help to me. My daughter and husband are eternally greatfull! (as they chomp away on the results!). Hope this helps x

Best choc cake
Baking thread


Edited By: Angel_Of_The_North on Dec 23, 2014 00:13
#10
all the cakes look stunning,& look delious x, ( sory about spelling i cant get the spell check to work on the acer c710,when i click the big square thing at the bottom on the right hand side nothing happens xx

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