Blackout Cake


  • All Purpose Flour – 250g
  • Powdered Sugar – 400g
  • Cocoa powder – 125g
  • Buttermilk – 250ml
  • Butter at room temperature – 125g
  • Vanilla Essence – 1 tsp
  • Baking Powder – 1 tsp
  • Baking Soda – 1/2 tsp
  • Bittersweet chocolate – 250g
  • Salt – 1/4 tsp
  • Eggs – 3

How to Prepare

Total Preparation Time: 20-30 minutes

  1. Take a cake plates, grise it with butter and keep aside
  2. Now take cooker, add 500g sand and place metal vessel stand at the center and place a cooker plate/any plate over it
  3. Close the cooker lid and preheat it for 20 minutes
  4. In the mean time, melt the bittersweet chocolate in a pan and keep aside
  5. Then take a bowl, add powdered sugar and butter, use stand mixer and mix well for 10 minutes in low to medium speed
  6. After that add buttermilk and mix it well for 10 minutes
  7. Then add eggs one by one till it become smooth white paste, this will take 30 minutes
  8. Take a bowl and add all purpose flour, cocoa powder baking powder, baking soda, salt and mix them well and sift them twice to avoid lumps while making cake
  9. Finally add melted sugar, vanilla essance and mix it well for 5 minutes
  10. Take the grised cake plate, cover the bottom with a cake paper then fill 3/4 of the plate with cake batter and tap them to settle thoroughly
  11. Now open the cooker lid and place the cake plate over the cooker plate, close the lid
  12. And allow them for 70-80 minutes in medium flame, if you use oven, bake the cake for 70 minutes in 350 Fahrenheit
  13. After that open the lid and check the cake with toothpick or a thin rode, if cake is sticky and close the bake for another 5 minutes
  14. Turn off the flame, open lid and transfer the cake on the wide plate and make it cool
  15. And for frosting, take a bowl, add 400g butter, 125g fresh cheese, 2 tsp vanilla essence, 500g powdered sugar, 150g melted sugar and beat them well for 10 minutes by stand mixer till it reaches thick smooth soft peak and keep aside
  16. Before frosting cut the cake horizontally into 5 layers
  17. Using a plate knife, frost the cake layer by layer and apply the frosting at all over the cake thoroughly.
  18. Now, the amazing Blackout cake is ready to serve

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