Gluten Free Disco Cake

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spice sisters disco cake female focus october17 1This gluten free cake is a firm favourite for both family and friends. It’s ridiculously moreish and very easy to make! It’s called Disco Cake because it’s topped off with a generous dusting of edible glitter, which adds a twinkle and sparkle to the finished cake.

This cake is more of a torte squidgy, squishy, chocolatey heaven!
It’s important to use really good dark chocolate. The high level of cocoa solids gives a deeper chocolate flavour.

Ingredients
300g 75% Dark chocolate
150g Salted butter
200g Granulated sugar
5 large eggs
3 tablespoons ground almonds
Edible glitter (optional) or 1 tablespoon cocoa powder

Time: 

Prep 15 Minutes
Cook 35-40 Minutes

Serves: 8-10

Recipe
- Preheat oven to Gas Mark 4 180ºC.
- Grease the sides of an 8-inch round loose bottom tin and line the base with baking parchment.
- In a large bowl place the butter, chocolate and sugar, either melt over a pan of simmering water or in the microwave.
- Once melted, stir well and leave to cool slightly at room temperature.
- In a separate bowl whisk the eggs. Add the ground almonds.
- Slowly add the chocolate mixture to the egg and almonds - Gently mix until it resembles a batter like consistency. Before mixing the two together ensure the chocolate mixture has had a chance to cool down. If the mixture is too warm the eggs will turn to scrambled eggs!
- Pour the batter into the cake tin. Bake on the middle shelf for about 35- 40 minutes or until the top of the cake looks cooked, at this stage the cake should retain a bit of a slight wobble.
- Allow the torte to cool to room temperature. Chill for at least 2 hours.
- Before serving sprinkle with cocoa or edible glitter; serve with ice cream.
TIP: To make a chocolate orange version; add the zest of two oranges to the batter before baking.

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