1/14/2015

Bästa kladdkakan med blåbär


Since I have a bunch of lovely people around me who like me enough to say nice stuff to me, I get compliments on a fairly regular basis. And the thing I most often get compliments for, is my baking. Which is a bit weird, because baking is really the easiest thing in the world.

But a lot of people I know claim that baking is really very complicated and takes so much time and they just suck at it. For these people (and of course for everyone else) I have now the fucking easiest recipe for the most fucking delicious Swedish chocolate cake (with blueberries) in the universe. And it only takes about 30 minutes to make. Seriously: a trained monkey could do this!!!

Kladdkaka med blåbär (Swedish Chocolate Cake with Blueberries)

You need:
110 g butter
100 g dark chocolate (If you don't have any: leave it out! who cares?!)
2 eggs
2,5 dl (or 240g) sugar
1 Tbl vanilla sugar
3 Tbl cocoa powder
2 dl (100g) flour
a handful of blueberries (again: If you don't have any - just leave 'em out!)

Alright, heat the oven to a balmy 175°C. Then put the butter and the chocolate into a pot and melt them over low heat. When they are liquid, you turn the heat off and let it cool a bit.

Stir up the sugar, vanilla sugar and the eggs until they are a bit fluffy. Mix the flour and the cocoa powder and stir it slowly into the egg-sugar-mass. Then stir in the butter. You are now done and it took about 10 minutes.

Pour the batter into a cake form and push the whole thing into the oven. The cake is perfectly done in about 13-15 minutes. Stick a fork into the middle of the cake after 13 minutes. There should still be A LOT of thick dough sticking to it. Otherwise it's a boring old chocolate cake. But if you take it out now, it will be gooey and chewy and a bit like a brownie and we want that! All of that!

Okay, so you take the cake out and let it cool and then you preferably eat it with vanilla ice cream and strawberries. Or right out of the form while you watch a Sandra Bullock movie. Whatever works for you, honey...


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