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White Chocolate Mud Cake


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Ingredients

12 portion(s)

Cake Batter

  • 300 g White cooking chocolate Buttons
  • 200 g Butter
  • 200 g Milk
  • 150 g raw sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 130 g plain flour
  • 130 g SR flour

White Chocolate Ganache

  • 150 g cream
  • 360 g White cooking chocolate Buttons
  • 6
    10min
    Preparation 10min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    easy
    Preparation
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    Appliance TM 5 image
    Recipe is created for
    TM 5
    Please note that the TM5 mixing bowl has a larger capacity than the TM31 (capacity of 2.2 liters instead of 2.0 liters for TM 31). Recipes for the Thermomix TM5 may not be cooked with a Thermomix TM31 for safety reasons without adjusting the quantities. Risk of scalding by spraying of hot liquids: Do not exceed the maximum filling quantity and observe the filling level markings of the mixing bowl!
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Weigh chocolate, butter and milk into bowl - speed 6, 10 secs.  Then - 5 mins, 70 degrees, speed 2.  Increase time to 7 mins in doubling recipe.

     

    Prepare 20cm tin with a light grease and line with baking paper while chocolate mixture melts.  Pre-heat oven to 150 degrees.

  2.  

    Insert butterfly, add sugar, eggs and vanilla - 10 secs, speed 2.

  3.  

    Weigh in flours - 10 secs, speed 2, scrape down, then 20 secs, speed 2, or until well combined.  If doubling mixture, extra time may be required.

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    Pour into prepared tin, lightly greased and lined with baking paper.

     

    Bake at 140-160 degrees depending on your oven, for approximately 1 - 1.5 hours, until light golden in colour and coming away from edges.  Or test with a skewer. 

     

    Allow to cool in tin for 15 mins before turning out.  Flip cake over to right way up while cooling for best results, but turn upside down for best finish before icing.

  5. White Chocolate Ganache
  6. Weigh cream into bowl and bring to just boiling - approx. 3 minutes, 100 degrees, speed 2.  Increase time if required.

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    Add white chocolate - 3 mins, speed 2 or until chocolate is totally melted and well incorporated into cream.  Don't increase speed, keep speed low to prevent air bubbles forming to give the best finish, especailly if using as a pouring glaze.

     

  8.  

    Allow to cool, until desired consistency is reached.  Pour over cake on wire rack while still warm for a smooth white chocolate glaze, or allow to cool and spread/swirl/pipe over cake. 

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Tip

Cake Batter may be divided into 12 cupcakes/muffins, but reduce baking time to approx. 25-30 mins.

Perfect Baking Tip - Use 10 cm wide strips of an old towel, chux on a roll, thick clean bandages, etc, wet with cold water and wrapped around the outside of tin, tuck in or secure with a bandage clip or even bobby pin.  This will insulate the outside of the tin, stopping the outside of the cake cooking faster than the centre, keeping it moist all the way to the edges, and baking evenly all the way through with a level top. See photos above.

Doubling this recipe is enough for a 10 inch square cake or 12 inch round.  However, baking time will need to be increased to 2 - 2.5 hours.


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  • Selina:Hi Selina,...

    Submitted by Dadougo on 15. August 2018 - 16:42.

    Selina:Hi Selina,
    ‘we are thinking of making this for my daughter’s wedding.
    were the layers strong enough to support each other or did you have boards underneath each tired cake for support? I’ve never done this sort of thing before?

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  • Have just made. Looks AMAZING!!! and so simple....

    Submitted by jaurlv5 on 11. August 2018 - 18:17.

    Have just made. Looks AMAZING!!! and so simple. Hope the hubby likes. Its for his birthday Love

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  • Is this fan forced oven temp please ? Thanks 😊

    Submitted by TinkaJ on 24. July 2018 - 21:35.

    Is this fan forced oven temp please ? Thanks 😊

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  • Made this again....hubby’s birthday. His comment...

    Submitted by Wml on 20. July 2018 - 13:59.

    Made this again....hubby’s birthday. His comment to me was, ‘This is just like the Cheesecake shops one....”. Definitely a winner then 👍🏼

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  • Agne5rat:How long did you cook them for in two...

    Submitted by Mairead1976 on 13. July 2018 - 16:18.

    Agne5rat:How long did you cook them for in two 18cm tins? Thanks

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  • Iv made this recipe twice. First time single...

    Submitted by Anas5 on 11. July 2018 - 10:58.

    Iv made this recipe twice. First time single batch, flour ended up stuck on butterfly and then big lumps on batter. Taste was beautiful though. Second time, I made a double batch and first I couldn’t fit all the flour in the bowl and second, flour once again was stuck on butterfly so.... kitchenaid came to the rescue to finish mixing the batter ......flavor is definitely the reason why I made it again. However recipe needs much improvement technique wise....

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  • This cake causes fights in our house. Fights for...

    Submitted by ashiemt on 5. July 2018 - 18:16.

    This cake causes fights in our house. Fights for the last piece!
    It’s our go-to for kids decorated birthday cakes too

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  • Selina:...

    Submitted by Shady Lady on 15. June 2018 - 17:22.

    Selina:
    Beautiful cake - well done!!! I am thinking of attempting the same. Did you ganache between each cake? How much ganache did you need? Thanks ☺

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  • LayLay_K:...

    Submitted by Shady Lady on 15. June 2018 - 17:19.

    LayLay_K:
    Beautiful cake! With a stacked cake, does each cake support each other or do you put a board and support underneath? Thanks

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  • This really is a fabulous recipe. The cake tastes...

    Submitted by thermitaz on 9. June 2018 - 17:16.

    This really is a fabulous recipe. The cake tastes like something professionally made and served in a fancy cafe. Really great texture and flavour.

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  • I felt a bit daunted at the thought of baking a...

    Submitted by Agne5rat on 3. June 2018 - 18:39.

    Love I felt a bit daunted at the thought of baking a mud cake, but this cake was very easy to make and tasted delicious. I used two 18cm sandwich tins. Perfect size for testing this recipe out!!

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  • I have just made this and it is in the oven. I...

    Submitted by Nate's Mum on 23. May 2018 - 06:06.

    I have just made this and it is in the oven. I found a lot of flour had stuck to the butterfly. Tastes good. Note to self - try 40 mins and in ring tin next time. Made without butterfly and it's fine.

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  • If I want to make a double layer cake, do I just...

    Submitted by MissBoots80 on 21. May 2018 - 07:19.

    If I want to make a double layer cake, do I just make twice the cake mix and twice the ganache, or just 1.5 times the ganache mix given it will just have a layer of extra ganache between the cakes?
    This will be my first cake I attempt in my Thermo so I'm cautious, but feel confident given all the amazing comments! TIA

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  • Billie-Jane: with whipping the ganache did you put...

    Submitted by Bswilliams on 9. May 2018 - 13:45.

    Billie-Jane: with whipping the ganache did you put the butterfly in/ speed and time? And what did it look like afterwards please? Thanks

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  • miaelliott: How was it using dark chocolate?? I...

    Submitted by kmcgibbon on 2. May 2018 - 10:12.

    miaelliott: How was it using dark chocolate?? I was thinking of doing the same ...

    Independent Thermomix Consultant

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  • Will this cake freeze ok if I make it a week in...

    Submitted by Karlie11 on 27. April 2018 - 06:12.

    Will this cake freeze ok if I make it a week in advance? Or would it be best to make fresh a day before I need it? 🙂 Thanks

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  • I literally cannot bake, and attempted a tiered...

    Submitted by Peabeswick on 25. April 2018 - 01:08.

    I literally cannot bake, and attempted a tiered cake. Each time I baked this it turned out beautiful. Thanks x

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  • Delicious cake. I whipped the ganache after it had...

    Submitted by Billie-Jane on 7. April 2018 - 18:08.

    Delicious cake. I whipped the ganache after it had cooled. Was amazing

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  • So loved this receipe!!! My daughter asked for it...

    Submitted by Thermie princess on 27. March 2018 - 12:31.

    So loved this receipe!!! My daughter asked for it for her birthday cake. I made three cakes and stacked them and then iced them. She was thrilled! The cakes I made earlier in the week, I placed in the freezer and they defrosted well. Thanks for posting and sharing this. Will definately keep it as a favourite. Love

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  • This is my favourite go to recipe! Thank you, it's...

    Submitted by LayLay_K on 7. March 2018 - 18:18.

    This is my favourite go to recipe! Thank you, it's just beautiful and not dense and heavy

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  • Ive made this a few times now, have tried a few...

    Submitted by carribags on 17. February 2018 - 18:22.

    Ive made this a few times now, have tried a few different toppings.

    Its a definite winner in our house! EVERYBODY loves it!

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  • (No Subject)

    Submitted by Selina on 16. February 2018 - 23:37.



    Love love loved this recipe and so did the bride and groom and all of their 120 guests. Was exactly what a white mud should be thank you for sharing! 3 double batches into 12 inch and 3 single batches in 8inch (20cm) PERFECT!

    Selina Mason

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  • Beautiful cake, have saved as my go to recipe....

    Submitted by Thermomum81 on 4. February 2018 - 00:01.

    Beautiful cake, have saved as my go to recipe. Enjoyed by all! (Would be interested to follow the recipe suggestion on the crux on the outside of the tine next time to reduce some of the ‘more cooked crumb’ on the outer edges of the cake.)

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  • Jobee:how did you go with your cake Jobee? Did it...

    Submitted by Katrinakr on 24. January 2018 - 18:35.

    Jobee:how did you go with your cake Jobee? Did it last baking a few days in advance? I baked mine and placed in fridge fully iced and decorated yesterday. Now I’m nervous it may dry out by Friday when it’s needed.

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  • Does anyone know if this cake keeps well in the...

    Submitted by Katrinakr on 24. January 2018 - 18:23.

    Does anyone know if this cake keeps well in the fridge? I’ve left it in overnight for a cake due on Friday and had this sudden panic as I’d never tried this delicious recipe before.... I hope is hasn’t dried out! It’s already completely iced with Swiss meringue buttercream but because I had fresh raspberries in the layers I’ve kept in the fridge. Can anyone please put my mind at ease? I hope so, thanks! X

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  • I made 2 cakes, seperate batches, one with the...

    Submitted by Smartremark on 14. January 2018 - 10:16.

    I made 2 cakes, seperate batches, one with the butterfly, one without, as I found the flour got stuck in the butterfly. It worked perfectly just mixing ingredients for about 5 seconds on speed 6.
    This is a great white chocolate cake recipe, the one I've been searching for.
    I have a TM 31.

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  • I’ve made this cake as a single batch white...

    Submitted by miaelliott on 9. January 2018 - 18:01.

    I’ve made this cake as a single batch white chocolate mud cake and it worked very well. I didn’t use the white chocolate ganache.

    Today I doubled the recipe and used dark chocolate instead. I used the instructions for the doubles recipe. As I was pouring the cake into the cake tin there was a lot of flour in the butterfly which I tried to incorporate into the mixture, I didn’t do s great job. Will see how it tastes. I wouldn’t recommend doubling the recipe, I’d make it in two batches next time.

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  • Does anyone know how long this cake would last?...

    Submitted by Jobee on 26. December 2017 - 19:52.

    Does anyone know how long this cake would last? Need it for Friday night, wondering if it's too early to make it today - Tuesday.

    You can follow me on Jobee & Thermie's adventure on facebook.

    Happy Thermomixing!

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  • Made this for my sons birthday and it was a...

    Submitted by Mouseygirl on 11. December 2017 - 15:22.

    Made this for my sons birthday and it was a massive hit!

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  • I need to make a rectangle slab, how much will I...

    Submitted by Shaz_M on 15. November 2017 - 21:33.

    I need to make a rectangle slab, how much will I need to increase this recipe. TIA

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  • Petrat: I know it was a while ago for you but I...

    Submitted by Renee De Maria Consultant on 12. November 2017 - 21:01.

    Petrat: I know it was a while ago for you but I did the same and mine was horribly dense and dry. Did I over cook it? Or do you think having it in the fridge was no good??

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  • I don't know what I did wrong, perhaps overcooked...

    Submitted by Renee De Maria Consultant on 12. November 2017 - 20:58.

    I don't know what I did wrong, perhaps overcooked it???? But I made it with GF flour (as I'm sure I read from successfully I see from prior posts) and it was so dry. The ganache was delicious and saved it at least! I wonder if the fridge ruined it too. I'm glad so many others have had success though.

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  • ashfoy:...

    Submitted by Chezdave on 11. November 2017 - 15:16.

    ashfoy:
    Im just wondering how long you cooked the cakes for as I’m using the same size tin. Thank you!

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  • GORGEOUS recipe!! Simple, tasty, moist, delicious....

    Submitted by SarahBona on 2. October 2017 - 22:27.

    GORGEOUS recipe!! Simple, tasty, moist, delicious. Will be my everytime go to.

    I did a dark chocolate layer and simply substituted the white choc out.

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  • I made this cake and ganache for my daughters 5th...

    Submitted by ashfoy on 30. September 2017 - 17:05.

    I made this cake and ganache for my daughters 5th birthday party and it was amazing 😍
    I followed the recipe though doubled the mixture then made 2 cakes with double mixture to fit a 25cm tin and also added pink colouring to my ganache.
    I did the ganache in layers popping it in the fridge to set between layers.
    This is the first cake I have succeeded with and so happy with how it turned out, not only does it look great but tastes absolutely amazing 🦄🍰🌈


    Ashleigh Soft

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  • melrowe15: Did you try this with dark chocolate??...

    Submitted by SarahBona on 28. September 2017 - 15:16.

    melrowe15: Did you try this with dark chocolate?? Did it turn out ok?

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  • Great recipe. Almost the same as one i've seen on...

    Submitted by NMorahan on 22. September 2017 - 11:42.

    Great recipe. Almost the same as one i've seen on the exclusively food site. I used two cakes to make my sons birtdhay cake. The cake tasted beautiful, was moist, dense enough for a birthday cake to layer and slice well. So easy and everything is pretty much in the pantry! tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Such a great recipe! I added from Aldi their white...

    Submitted by LadyKoko on 16. September 2017 - 22:25.

    Such a great recipe! I added from Aldi their white chocolate coconut and the cake is so beautiful and amazing. It only took me 1 hour in a 24cm cake tin. Everyone loved it and definitely a keeper.

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  • Wow. This is easy to make and tastes great. I had...

    Submitted by Mary S on 16. September 2017 - 16:56.

    Wow. This is easy to make and tastes great. I had several white choc mudcake recipes lined up to tryout before my son's 30th birthday. This was the first I tried and I'm not going to try any more - it really is that good.
    I did find that even though I let it go completely cold, that the ganache barely held its shape when piped onto the cupcakes, so will experiment with that a little to make a slightly firmer consistency. I'm thinking a little less cream, but would love to hear from anyone who may have any suggenstions. Thank you.

    PS. The ganache also tastes divine. tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • Shell_fish:What did you use flavour wise for the...

    Submitted by Naomi8791 on 24. August 2017 - 12:56.

    Shell_fish:What did you use flavour wise for the buttercream?

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  • Kim Clews: did you just substitute the white...

    Submitted by melrowe15 on 15. August 2017 - 20:20.

    Kim Clews: did you just substitute the white chocolate for dark chocolate and the rest was the same?

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  • Very nice white mud. I paired this with the...

    Submitted by Shell_fish on 23. July 2017 - 15:35.

    Very nice white mud. I paired this with the caramel sweet potato mud to make a layered drip cake for my mother in law and it was a huge hit

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  • I recently made this for the first time, and...

    Submitted by Petrat on 17. July 2017 - 23:26.

    I recently made this for the first time, and substituted the flour with White Wings Gluten Free flour (and made no other changes) and it turned out amazingly. Such a great recipe - delicious, thank you! tmrc_emoticons.)

    Petrat

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  • Can I bake this then freeze it ?

    Submitted by Savbrax on 3. July 2017 - 16:29.

    Can I bake this then freeze it ?

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  • Im a pastry chef and this is by far the best white...

    Submitted by Chef Maria on 14. June 2017 - 16:40.

    Im a pastry chef and this is by far the best white mud cake i have ever tasted and there's been a few. This is now my never fail go to recipe.Love Thank You xo

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  • Perfect and so easy...

    Submitted by Joannaclaire on 5. June 2017 - 17:15.

    Perfect and so easy...

    I made this for my daughter's second birthday. It was so easy but also decadent, moist and yummy. I iced it with white chic ganache and threw on an eBay Peppa pig topper.

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  • I made this cake for my daughters first birthday I...

    Submitted by angeladickey on 2. May 2017 - 13:57.

    I made this cake for my daughters first birthday. I doubled the recipe and made 2 cakes stacked together to decorate. It held up fantastically well, it was delicious and went down a treat! I will definitely be making this again.

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  • Made this cake for my sons 18th birthday. Was...

    Submitted by superquilter55 on 18. April 2017 - 12:19.

    Made this cake for my sons 18th birthday. Was loved by all. Was overcooked at 1 1/2 hours but I layered it with buttercream icing and nobody knew it was a little dry. He pesters me every week to make it again.

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  • Another amazing recipe of yours! thanks for...

    Submitted by Jodie52 on 6. April 2017 - 10:01.

    Another amazing recipe of yours! thanks for posting

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  • Delicious thanks

    Submitted by coronet1 on 26. March 2017 - 17:32.

    Delicious thanks

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