Bake: Bill Granger’s Gooey Chocolate Cake with Raspberries

The title of this post actually speaks for itself. The photos to come will also speak for themselves. I made this for my gorgeous friend, Holly’s birthday recently, as the occasion called for something super yummy and super decadent…and this certainly delivered. I thank Bill Granger, once again, for his spectacular recipe.

- The recipe -

– The recipe –

- Ingredients -

– Ingredients –

- The Process -

– The Process –

 

- Bill's version -

– Bill’s final version –

- The first part is to melt the dark chocolate, raspberry jam and cream -

– The first part is to melt the dark chocolate, raspberry jam and cream –

- This is then poured into the greased caked tin to form the base..and then the gooey top when turned out -

– This is then poured into the greased caked tin to form the base..and then the gooey top when turned out –

- The cake mix is then layered on top of this -

– The cake mix is then layered on top of this –

 

- ...baked -

– …baked –

- Then cooled (a little) and turned out to create a gooey chocolate cake -

– Then cooled (a little) and turned out to create a gooey chocolate cake –

 

- Decorate with raspberries (I used defrosted frozen, and they were fine) -

– Decorate with raspberries (I used defrosted frozen, and they were fine) –

- We served it with whipped cream, which turned out to be a little OTT, but still YUM! -

– We served it with whipped cream, which turned out to be a little OTT, but still YUM! –

Do you have a yummy, gooey cake recipe? Do you prefer a dry chocolate cake, or a gooey one?

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4 thoughts on “Bake: Bill Granger’s Gooey Chocolate Cake with Raspberries

  1. This was awesome!!! Thank you again for making me such a yummy birthday cake πŸ™‚
    Happy for you to bake for me all the time. Xxx

  2. I definitely prefer gooey! And with lots of napkins!! Haha. That was a lovely cake for Holly’s birthday – it’ll be a challenge to better that next year. But I’m sure you’ll rise to the culinary challenge. πŸ™‚

  3. I was planning on making this cake but now that I saw ur page I’m quite concerned the cake you made looks absolutely nothing like the one bill made!

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