When I was little I received Roald Dahl’s ‘Revolting Recipes’ which had all sorts of brilliant recipes such as lick-able wallpaper and Baked Alaska with warm ice cream, but one recipe which always stood out was the mean feast that was Bruce Bogtrotter’s Chocolate fudge cake. Well, you’ve probably guessed from my title that I haven’t made that cake (probably due to the fact I couldn’t find the book!) but I have made what I think is a good equivalent!
This delicious chocolate recipe has been created by Angela Nilsen and it had hundreds of positive reviews so I thought I better try it out. I used to always make cakes with either Cadbury’s or quite often with the plain cooking one from whichever supermarket I was shopping in. However, sometimes you just need to use a good quality chocolate and in this case I used Lindt 70% (which I can’t get enough of at the moment!) and one bar of Bourneville. I chose Cadbury’s Bourneville mainly for price reasons as it was slightly cheaper but I don’t think it made much difference to the taste of the cake.