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Chocolate Baileys Mud Cake - ThermoFun


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Ingredients

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CAKE

  • 150g unsalted butter cubed
  • 200g milk or dark chocolate
  • 100g raw sugar
  • 100g brown sugar
  • 50g cocoa
  • 180g Baileys Irish Cream
  • 170g plain flour
  • 1.5 tsp baking powder
  • half tsp Bi Carb Soda
  • half tsp salt
  • 3 eggs, room temp.

GANACHE

  • 200g milk or dark chocolate
  • 100g cream
  • 100g Baileys Irish Cream
  • pinch salt
  • 15g unsalted butter, room temp
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Recipe's preparation

    Chocolate Mud Cake
    1. Preheat oven to 160°C. Grease and line a cake tin.
    2. Place chocolate in TM bowl and grate 10 sec / speed 9.
    3. Add butter, raw sugar, brown sugar, cocoa and Baileys and mix 2 mins / 50°C / speed 5.
    4. Allow to cool for 15 mins and then add eggs and mix 5 sec / speed 5.
    5. Add flour, baking powder, bi carb soda and salt and mix 10 sec / speed 5. Scrape down and repeat until all combined.
    6. Pour mixture into cake tin and bake 40-45 mins or until a skewer comes out clean (ideally you want to see some moist crumbs stuck to it. This is one cake you don't want to over bake so better to be a little under than over). The top of the cake will be a little cracked but this is normal for a mud cake.
    7. Remove from oven and cool in tin 10 mins before removing and then allow cake to cool completely.
  1. Ganache
      1. Place chocolate in TM bowl and grate 10 sec / speed 9.
      2. Add cream, Baileys, salt and butter and mix 2 mins / 50°C / speed 5.
      3. Place TM bowl in fridge to cool down and thicken for at least one hour. Every 15 mins give the ganache a little stir to keep the temperature even and the ganache smooth.
      4. Once ganache is slightly thickened, turn cake over (so you are then pouring the ganache on to a flat top).
      5. If desired you can cut out a whole in the middle of the cake with a knife or round cookie cutter to make it a ring cake. This also makes a cake very easy to cut into pieces.
    To clean Thermomix bowl:
    1. Pour a glass of milk in TM bowl and mix 5 sec / speed 8.
    2. Heat milk 5 mins / 80°C / speed 4.
    3. Enjoy warm chocolate milk. No wasted chocolate!

    For more decadent recipes head over to my website: //thermofun.com/

     

    You can also find me on my facebook page ThermoFun

    Cheers

     

    Leonie

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Tip

In hindsight I think next time I would do the ganache first and while that is in the fridge then make the cake.   I was very impatient waiting for the ganache to thicken when my cake had already cooled enough to be able to spread the ganache on!  tmrc_emoticons.)

 

I used my home made Baileys in this recipe too - which makes it cheaper! 

My Baileys recipe can be found here:  //thermofun.com/thermofun-baileys-irish-cream/

 


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Vorwerk Thermomix ® and Thermomix ® in Australia and New Zealand assume no liability, particularly in terms of ingredient quantities used and success of the recipes.
Please observe the safety instructions in the Thermomix ® instruction manual at all times.

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  • This was amazing!!!! Thanks

    Submitted by emz.louise90 on 4. January 2018 - 13:03.

    This was amazing!!!! Thanks

    Emz....x

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  • Delicious and moist...this will definitely be...

    Submitted by ThermoJSC on 24. February 2017 - 13:02.

    Delicious and moist...this will definitely be added to my collection. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

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  • Thank you for sharing! I made

    Submitted by thermospa on 13. February 2016 - 05:07.

    Thank you for sharing!

    I made it just according to the recipe for the birthday of my husband. Put some cream and fresh strawberries on the top! all the guests admired it!

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  • Beautiful cake, turned out

    Submitted by NMorahan on 23. November 2015 - 15:26.

    Beautiful cake, turned out dense and delicious! Used half milk and half 70% chocolate for the ganache.

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  • Thank you.

    Submitted by Thiona on 1. November 2015 - 23:32.

    Thank you.

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  • Hi - Yes you sure can and

    Submitted by leonie on 1. November 2015 - 22:45.

    Hi - Yes you sure can and nope you wont need to change anything to do it in the TM5!  tmrc_emoticons.)Congratulations on buying!  tmrc_emoticons.)

    Leonie - www.facebook.com/thermofun

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  • Hi - Yes you sure can and

    Submitted by leonie on 1. November 2015 - 22:45.

    Hi - Yes you sure can and nope you wont need to change anything to do it in the TM5!  tmrc_emoticons.)Congratulations on buying!  tmrc_emoticons.)

    Leonie - www.facebook.com/thermofun

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  • Hi. I'm a newbie to Thermomix

    Submitted by Thiona on 31. October 2015 - 23:01.

    Hi. I'm a newbie to Thermomix (i'm hopping it arrives this week!) Am I able to make this cake with the TM5? Do I need to change anything?  

    Thank you

    Thiona

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  • Baileys cake Thank you for

    Submitted by emsy on 21. February 2015 - 17:46.

    Baileys cake Baileys cake

    Thank you for this recipe. I made this cake over the weekend for a friends 40th and it was amazing, so yummy! I used milk chocolate for the cake and dark chocolate for the ganache, worked perfectly.

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  • I'm planning on making this

    Submitted by emsy on 18. February 2015 - 01:29.

    I'm planning on making this cake for a friends 40th this weekend. Could you please let me know what you used to decorate the side of the cake? Is it some type of nut or crushed up Crunchie Chocolate? Thank you 

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  • Tastes lovely but mine took

    Submitted by Pennyrae on 3. December 2014 - 17:01.

    Tastes lovely but mine took longer to cook and collapsed in the centre

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  • Amazing! 

    Submitted by little design studio on 21. September 2014 - 10:46.

    Amazing! 

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  • Have made this cake several

    Submitted by LizzieM on 13. September 2014 - 07:50.

    Have made this cake several times & my friends &family love it. It's easy & is a great celebration cake.i think the ganache would be good on its own (in small quantities) as a dessert with berries...or as a tart filling.

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  • Absolutely amazing cake! Hot

    Submitted by Chefdeb on 2. July 2014 - 15:48.

    Absolutely amazing cake! Hot choc to cap it off was the best.

    One extra bonus you forgot to mention.... The house smells absolutely scrumptious after cooking the cake.

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  • tried to move photo and could

    Submitted by peterseaford on 31. January 2014 - 22:28.

    tried to move photo and could not

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  • G'day thanks for the recipe -

    Submitted by peterseaford on 31. January 2014 - 22:25.

    G'day thanks for the recipe - made your Irish Cream first then the mud cake and it turned out beautiful. Needed to bake for hour and half and i made it in a cake tin with a tube in it - looks great. The gnash is all glossy and looking forward to eating it with our grand children tomorrow.

    posted  picture of it but dont know how to move it down here .

     

    kind regards peter

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  • (No subject)

    Submitted by peterseaford on 31. January 2014 - 22:24.

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  • Great to hear LIz!   OMG now

    Submitted by leonie on 2. January 2014 - 10:39.

    Great to hear LIz!   OMG now you've made me hungry just even thinking about the the middle piece you had with ganache while it was still warm....   lol!

     

    Leonie - www.facebook.com/thermofun

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  • I just made this tonight and

    Submitted by Liz_smith on 1. January 2014 - 21:11.

    I just made this tonight and I have one word........ AMAZING!!! 

     

    As per your tip I made the ganache first, and cooked in a 24cm spring form tin, then cut the middle out with a cookie cutter and proceeded to slather that (still warm) piece with ganache as I just couldn't wait for it to cool. Best cake ever!

     

    Thank you! I used my home made baileys in this recipe too tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Made this for my daughters

    Submitted by Sarah Bell on 16. December 2013 - 22:40.

    Made this for my daughters 10th birthday tonight.... alchol evaporates right?  LOL  AHHMAZING CAKE!   Thank you for the recipe!  tmrc_emoticons.;)

    Find me at


    www.facebook.com/pages/Kindness-Element/230775547113097

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  • thank you, will have another

    Submitted by smiley6 on 12. December 2013 - 11:33.

    thank you, will have another go this weekend..tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Yes my tin is a 24cm one. 

    Submitted by leonie on 12. December 2013 - 10:47.

    Yes my tin is a 24cm one.  I'm pleased you liked it!  tmrc_emoticons.)

     

    Leonie - www.facebook.com/thermofun

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  • i should have read the

    Submitted by smiley6 on 8. December 2013 - 09:21.

    i should have read the comments more carefully...( makes quite a large cake ).. i didn't  know what size of caketin to

    use...the mixture didn't look as that much, so i used a 20cm springform....obviously that was the wrong one, way too small..

    it didn't go over, all the way to the top, but was still very soft in the middle...i cut the middle part out with a cookiecutter, as mentioned in the recipe....tastes amazing....my question :

     

    what size springform did other members use ?? would a 24cm springform be correct ?? i would love to make this

    cake again for next weekend.....it really tastes amazing...

     

    any help is very much appreciated, thank you

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  • Easy cake to make. Makes

    Submitted by 5554 on 30. November 2013 - 10:48.

    Easy cake to make. Makes quite a large cake too. This was my first attempt at making ganache ever., and I made that first as per Leonie's' note. Turned out perfect. 

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  • I made this yesterday and

    Submitted by arna on 10. November 2013 - 15:14.

    I made this yesterday and don't think I have ever tasted anything so good! My dinner guests were most impressed and have placed orders for Chritmas!I used milk chocolate instead of dark chocolate and am glad, as it was really rich. It will be a feature on my fave list! 

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  • can't wait to try this

    Submitted by smiley6 on 8. November 2013 - 10:07.

    can't wait to try this recipe..sounds devine !! thank you for sharing tmrc_emoticons.)

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