This flourless chocolate cake ticks all the boxes. It's super moist (yeah we hate that word too), super light and devilishly more-ish. Such a delish weekend treat when you have the gals or guys round.

Created by the doubly delish Miranda Jack of who is a mahoosive D&D fan (of course). Check out her insta for recipes, tips on where to eat out, travel envy and beaut pics.


  • 200 g Coconut & Lucuma Doisy & Dam dark chocolate (extra to melt on top too)

  • 200g unsalted butter

  • 1 tablespoon strong coffee

  • 6 large free-range eggs

  • 250 g golden caster sugar

  • 70 g cocoa powder 


-Preheat the oven to 160ºC and grease  and 8inch cake tine. 

 -Break the chocolate up and melt in a bowl over hot water (bain-marie), if it gets a little thick add a tablespoon of coconut oil 

-Remove the bowl from the heat and add in the coffee

- Split the eggs into yolks and whites and beat the whites until white and fluffy and forming white peaks 

- In a separate bowl add the sugar to the yolks and beat for around 6 minutes until pale and add a pinch of salt. 

- Stir in the melted (and slightly cooled) chocolate and fold in the egg whites 

- Transfer to your cake tin and bake for 50mins to 1 hour. Check if it's ready by inserting skewer and seeing if it comes out clean. 

- Decorate as you wish! I drizzled in more melted chocolate, then popped on dried raspberries and some fresh strawberries :) 


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