Russells 40th Birthday

HAPPY BIRTHDAY RUSSELL
 
 
 
To day 1st May is Russells Birthday, He had a great time celebrating yesterday and well into the night, See some of the pictures above, and for all you choc-0-hollicks out there here is the receipe for the Chocolate Biscuite cake. Specially for Mike who had 3 helpings!
 
 
8oz (225g) plain chocolate                     8 oz (225g) Butter
 
2 eggs beaten                                       1oz (25g) caster sugar
 
8oz (225g) digestive buscuites
 
Cherries, apricots, raisins if required
 
To decorate 3 fl oz (75ml) double cream, clace cherries and walnut halves
 
 
Grease a 7" cake tin with a detachable base.   Break up the chocolate into a bowl and simmer over a saucepan of hot water to melt.   Melt butter in another pan.   Beat eggs and sugar in a bowl.   Pour in melted butter in a steady stream, beating continuously, blend in melted chocolate.   Break digestive biscuits into small pieces and fold into chocolate mixture.   Add cherriesapricots etc if using.   Turn into cake tin and chill over night in the fridge. (Can be frozen).   Carefully remove from tin Decorate with whipped cream, cherries and walnuts.
 
Personally I do not decorate it it is quite yummie enough on its own.
 
Enjoy
 
 
 
 
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2 Responses to Russells 40th Birthday

  1. ellen says:

    well finally got round to making this cake,but cudds went wrong somewhere,(she thinks) its very gooey and soft ,is that how it should be?or should it be hard?lol,let cudds know when you have a mo to spare,so i know next time i make it,and ohhh it was still delish tho,thanx xx

  2. Unknown says:

    this chocolate biscuit cake sounds just too yummy. Think if I made it I’d lock the door so no one could come in till i’d eaten it all. lol. Glad you are finding the lessons on my site easy to follow. Thats always good to hear. Take care ^S^

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