Dark chocolate and orange cake

Discussion in 'Cakes' started by Bakingfanatic, Oct 9, 2015.

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    Bakingfanatic Active Member

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    Bakingfanatic, Oct 9, 2015
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    cupcakechef Well-Known Member

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    Looks like a lovely cake for a special occasion! I quite enjoy the combination of chocolate and orange, although I haven't had it in quite some time!
     
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    Diane Lane Well-Known Member

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    I love orange and chocolate, particularly dark chocolate. I saw a show or video online before where this type of lace collar was made, but I'd forgotten all about it until you posted this. I love how lacy and beautiful the collar is, and what's even better is that since it's lacy, that gives the cake a hint of chocolate, without being overwhelming, and it also lowers the calories.
     
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    Beautiful, but I honestly doubt I can do the same with the chocolate :p Not at all! I think you have a gift ;) A real gift manipulating chocolate. But this is definitely such a nice and fancy way to present a cake.
     
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    I have not yet tried eating or even baking a cake with a combination of chocolate and orange. This seems to be interesting and a delicious kind of cake. Thanks for sharing!
     
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