A moist and rich white chocolate mud cake aerated with baking powder and soda bicarbonate. A very milky and dense mud cake which contains a lot of chocolate. It’s a perfect choice for many reasons.

It’s a very easy and strait forward mixing method which makes it possible for very large batches without worrying about loosing aeration. As the finished product keeps its firm condition for a long time in room temperature, this allows wedding cakes to be served at late hours of the evening and also allows perfect clean portioning. Tastes great when layered with white chocolate ganache.


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Weight Per Unit: 600
Number of Units: 3
Unit Size: 250mm round x 20-25 mm height (after baking)
A 320 11.3 ounces Butter Butter is a solid dairy product made by churning fresh or fermented cream or milk, to separate the butterfat from the buttermilk. It is generally used as a spread on plain or toasted bread products and a condiment on cooked vegetables, as well as in cooking, such as baking, sauce making, and pan frying. Butter consists of butterfat, milk proteins and water. (Unsalted)
B 360 12.7 ounces White Chocolate Chocolate is a typically sweet, usually brown, food preparation of Theobroma cacao seeds, roasted and ground, often flavored, as with vanilla. It is made in the form of a liquid, paste, or in a block or used as a flavoring ingredient in other sweet foods. Small chopped pieces
C 270 9.5 ounces Brown Sugar Brown sugar is a sucrose sugar product with a distinctive brown color due to the presence of molasses. It is either an unrefined or partially refined soft sugar consisting of sugar crystals with some residual molasses content (natural brown sugar), or it is produced by the addition of molasses to refined white sugar (commercial brown sugar).
D 300 5 Whole Eggs Whole Egg Eggs are one of the most common ingredients in a typical cake. Egg yolks and whole eggs store significant amounts of protein and choline, and are widely used in baking. Usually an eggs role in a cake is to add moisture and richness, act as a raising agent as well as a glue to bind the ingredients together. Room temperature
E 100 3.5 ounces Cake Flour Cake flour is a finely milled white flour made from soft wheat. It has very low protein content, between 8% and 10%, making it suitable for soft-textured cakes and cookies. The higher protein content of other flours would make the cakes tough. Highly sifted cake flours may require different volume amounts in recipes than all-purpose flour. Using the scoop and level method, well-sifted flour usually produces 125 g per cup. However, most American recipes are written with 140 g of flour per cup, so weighing and experimentation can be helpful in baking unfamiliar recipes. Small weight differences can greatly affect the texture. American Cake flour is bleached; in countries where bleached flour is prohibited, plain flour can be treated in a domestic microwave to improve the texture of the end product.
F 185 6.5 ounces Self-Raising Flour Self-rising or self-raising flour is white flour that is sold premixed with chemical leavening agents. Self-rising flour is typically composed of the following ratio: 1 cup (100 g) flour, 1 1⁄2 teaspoons (3 g) baking powder, a pinch to 1⁄2 teaspoon (1 g or less) salt.
G 3 0.6 teaspoon Sodium Bicarbonate Sodium bicarbonate (a.k.a baking soda, bread soda, cooking soda, and bicarbonate of soda), referred to as "baking soda", is primarily used in cooking (baking), as a leavening agent. It reacts with acidic components in batters, releasing carbon dioxide, which causes expansion of the batter and forms the characteristic texture and grain in pancakes, cakes, quick breads, soda bread, and other baked and fried foods. Acidic compounds that induce this reaction include phosphates, cream of tartar, lemon juice, yogurt, buttermilk, cocoa, vinegar, etc. Natural acids in sourdough can be leavened with the addition of small amounts as well. Sodium bicarbonate can be substituted for baking powder provided sufficient acid reagent is also added to the recipe. Many forms of baking powder contain sodium bicarbonate combined with calcium acid phosphate, sodium aluminium sulphate or cream of tartar. Sodium bicarbonate was sometimes used in cooking vegetables, to make them softer, although this has gone out of fashion, as most people now prefer firmer vegetables. However, it is still used in Asian and Latin American cuisine to tenderise meats. Baking soda may react with acids in food, including vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid). It is also used in breadings such as for fried foods to enhance crispness. Heat causes sodium bicarbonate to act as a raising agent by releasing carbon dioxide when used in baking. The carbon dioxide production starts at temperatures above 80 °C. Since the reaction does not occur at room temperature, mixtures (cake batter, etc.) can be allowed to stand without rising until they are heated in the oven.
H 3 0.6 teaspoon Baking Powder Baking powder is a dry chemical leavening agent, a mixture of a carbonate or bicarbonate and a weak acid, and is used for increasing the volume and lightening the texture of baked goods. Baking powder works by releasing carbon dioxide gas into a batter or dough through an acid-base reaction, causing bubbles in the wet mixture to expand and thus leavening the mixture. It is used instead of yeast for end-products where fermentation flavors would be undesirable or where the batter lacks the elastic structure to hold gas bubbles for more than a few minutes, or for convenience. Because carbon dioxide is released at a faster rate through the acid-base reaction than through fermentation, breads made by chemical leavening are called quick breads.
I 260 1.1 cups Milk Milk is a white liquid produced by the mammary glands of mammals. It is the primary source of nutrition for young mammals before they are able to digest other types of food. Milk is processed into a variety of dairy products such as cream, butter, yogurt, kefir, ice cream, and cheese. Modern industrial processes use milk to produce casein, whey protein, lactose, condensed milk, powdered milk, and many other food-additives and industrial products.

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1 MEASURE Weigh all ingredients Room temperature
2 PREPARE 3 X 250mm silicon baking mould Spray with oil and dust with flour
3 PREHEAT Switch on oven to 170C (338F)
4 MIX Mix all powder items (E,F,G & H)
5 PLACE Put chocolate & brown sugar together In 5L mixing bowl
6 HEAT Heat butter to boiling point
7 ADD & STIR Add hot butter to chocolate and stir Chocolate is melted
8 ADD & STIR Add eggs and stir Smooth mixture
9 ADD & STIR Add all powder items (E,F,G & H) in 3 parts and stir between each part Harder mixture
10 ADD & STIR Add milk and stir
11 POUR Deposit mix equally into moulds Levelling itself
12 BAKE Bake for 30 minutes

Important Notes

  • This recipe yields 3 x 250mm (diameter) cakes that are approximately 25 mm in height.
  • We recommend baking lower cakes individually (25 mm height) and sandwiching them with chocolate ganache.
  • 30 minutes baking time may differ for different ovens. Do a skewer check to see if it's baked.
  • Store baked sponge in the fridge overnight and sandwich them with ganache the next day or other prepared butter creams.
  • Baking chocolate will achieve a good tasty mud cake never the less, quality expensive couverture will make a signifecant difference in the taste rather than texture.


  1. Nikki WELLER says:

    Hi, I’ve just made a single batch of this to test. It smells lovely and it feels soft and springy to touch. However, the crumb is a little dark, could this be the brown sugar and can I substitute it for white sugar? Many thanks

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Yes, absolutely. The reason for the brown sugar is the flavour of molasses.

  2. my_thea says:

    Hi, I have baked this cake this morning and The cake sank from the middle, my question is , is the The cake sank from the middle, is the temperature 180 c of the oven up and down of just down , thank you

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      180 C degree is correct. You did not bake long enough. Make a skewer check next time..

  3. my_thea says:

    Hi Chef
    Can i substitute the cake flour with all purpose flour, Thank you

  4. Diane Van looy says:

    Hoi chef Serdar Diane from Belgium here. I try today your white mudcake recipe and its really amazing. So smooth en juicy. Ha ha. My englisch not so Good
    I gonna use this cake IPO spongecake for a wedding this weekend.
    Thanks a lot for chairing your now how to us
    Greetings Diane

  5. Tracey Van Lent says:

    Thank you for your dark and white mud cake recipes. These have become my go-to recipes for many celebration cakes and have never failed me.

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Yes, thanks. We have done these recipes literally thousands of kilos and never received complain.

  6. Violet Sammut says:

    Dear Chef

    One quick question…what is cake flour? How can I make it as I cannot find in my country? Can you please suggest the quantities for the white chocolate mud cake please?

    Many thanks for you reply and your patience.

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Plain flour works for that. Cake flour has less gluten and used for short items like sponge and shortcrust or scotchfingers.
      This is the link for white mud cake.


  7. Grisel Borgos says:

    Hello Chef Yener. I have sent you two messages asking you about the reading of this mud cake that I want to make this Saturday for my husband’s 60th birthday party. Can you please give me this recipe in your measurement so that I may converted in USA measurements? I don’t understand what you mean when you say 11.1 ounces or 1.2 cups etc.. in the ingredients. Thank you.

  8. Beverley King says:

    Hello Chef Yener

    I have to say that the tutorials are amazing and I thank you.

    Ganache I have no problem with and have used your pastillage to wonderful effect.

    My question is this. Having tried both the dark chocolate and white chocolate mud cake recipes today … I had disasters! The white chocolate – beautiful silky mix, baked wonderfully then immediately sunk down. The dark chocolate…. that was as if a brownie consistency and rose to about 1 cm tall and was immensely crispy ???
    Would using baking belts have caused this? Other recipes I use the belts on and they are wonderful, I never normally use butter …but did this time. Has the moisture in the baking belts caused my problems?

    Thank you in advance,

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Hi Beverley, you do not need the baking belt for these recipes. Please check your ingredients again and next time try to bake 180 C for 30 minutes and always skewer check before taking out from the oven.

      1. Beverley King says:

        Thank you Chef

        I will give it another try and let you know.
        Will you be at Cake International this year?

        Kind Regards

  9. Yiyita says:

    Hi Chef
    First it all, thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us.
    I made this recipe for the first time a couple of months ago and it turned out beautifully, very soft and moist. I kept the cake out of the fridge for the time it lasted and the texture and flavours were not compromised at all. However, I confidently tried the recipe again but this time I added some raspberries to the mixture to make a white chocolate and raspberries mud cake. I do not know what happened that after the following day the cake was dry, not moist at all, nice flavour but not appealing as it also turned a bit dark (I assume it was due to the raspberries). So I did the recipe twice, one with the brown sugar and the other one with the caster and got the same result.
    No idea what could have gone wrong. What only came across to my mind in order to understand what happened is the current weather in Melbourne which I assume it could have contributed to its dryness.

    Thank you in advance

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      I think is baking time is the matter. 180 c .Please check the center with a wood skewer . When just comes out dry it is baked any more time make the cake dryer.

      1. Yiyita says:

        Thank you for replying. I will do it again and see if I have a better result. Thanks

  10. Suzi Moellmann says:

    Hi Chef Yener, May I run a calculation by you? I want to make this recipe in 6 inch (150 mm) pans. My pan size is 60% of yours, so I need to put 60% of the weight you list (360 grams) in each to yield the same thickness per layer. So, I can bake 5 layers of the smaller size with the existing recipe. My question is the baking time for the smaller pan. Do you have a recommended baking time for the 150 mm pan size? Thank you.

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      The baking time is still the same or just a little shorter. Thanks

  11. melgray09 says:

    Dear Chef,
    Thank you so much for all your help. Please could you tell me what i can add to this cake, in order to make caramel mud cake?
    Thank you

  12. Yasmin Shaawe says:

    i would like to ask you what is the difference between caster sugar and granulated sugar >> all purpose flour + baking powder + baking soda (instead of the self raising) in your recipies
    in my country we have self raising but i dont know which one is the best
    THankkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk you

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Google says this and he is right (Caster sugar: finer than granulated, caster sugar dissolves more easily, making it ideal for cakes, custards, and mousses. It’s also perfect for snowy white meringues. Icing sugar: this is white sugar ground to a fine powder with the addition of an anti-caking agent such as calcium phosphate or cornflour.)

      I understand your question. Some of my recipes are confusing like, why additional this and that instead of that? Every recipe is a child of other recipe and needs to be disciplined. Sometimes just little addition or reduction will be a result of right texture or height. So there is no particular reason, just trial, and error and not bother to change again.

  13. Shannon Paulette Mcclintock says:

    Hi Chef.
    I am finding this calculator very confusing to figure out .
    I was wondering if you could just give measurements if ingredients for each 3 inch and 4 inch height cake that are either
    5″x 4″
    7″x4″ and so on

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Please calculate the volume of any cake you want to do and multiply with 750g of mud cake mixture for each liter. example if your cake is 4.3 L 4.3×750= 3225g = aprox. 3.3kg

      1. Shannon Paulette Mcclintock says:

        Hi. Im so sorry I still don’t understand. How do you figure out the litre of a cake.
        im just used to recipes that say that it makes a 8 inch round by 4 inch tall cake and would not know how many litres are in the different sized cakes.
        I was also wondering if you will able to make a tutorial on how you measure out and prepare tins, make cake and bake. I tried this recipe to your exact intructions and it did not work out. So it would be great to watch you so that I can figure out what maybe I did wrong.
        By the way , you are very talented and I have learnt a lot from all your courses and I cant wait to watch more.

        1. Serdar Yener says:

          Hi Shannon, to know how many grams is a liter of a cake only possible with placing 10x10x10 cm cake on a scale before baking and after baking, take note once forever and use that amount for your calculations. Let me give you some numbers from my notes. They may not be exact with your cakes but will be close enough.
          These are the numbers for before bake to know how much to fill 1-liter cake pan
          DARK MUD CAKE 550g
          WHITE MUD CAKE 600g
          FRUIT CAKE 900g
          BUTTER CAKE 450g

          So, in that case, You have to calculate your intended cake size volume ( Liter)
          Example 50mm high , 250mm round cake = 2.45 liter
          Let say you want to make dark mud cake.. 2.45 x 550g= 1345g
          Then you think about this before the bake. Consider the rising during baking SO AS A FINAL I WOULD SAY 1200g MIXTURE WILL BE ENOUGH.
          There is no chart available to give you the exact amount because every recipe is a bit different and also depending on the layers and what else you going to use inside. Good news is we are working on a new program will help you to calculate everything on screen but I dont know when is finished and published.

  14. shirin azizi says:

    Thank you Mr. Yener for your amazing website.
    I have a 8 inch bowl that i want to use it to bake white chocolate mud cake in it. (it’s volume is 2 liter ):
    1- how much of this cake mix I need?
    2- I will cover it with fondant to shape half of a soccer ball. could you please let me know how much ganache and fondant I will need for it? is one layer ganache enough for this purpose?
    Thanks in advance

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Sorry for late reply. each liter you need about 750g mud cake mixture. 500g ganache is enough to sandwich and mask. Thanks

  15. Mary Ann Whisher says:

    Hi Chef Yener, Could I adapt this recipe into a red velvet cake by adding cocoa powder and red gel and deleting some flour? Thank you for all of your tutorials, you are an excellent instructor and greatly appreciated!

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      No, it is better to take my butter cake recipe, replace milk with yogurt and replace few percent of flour with cocoa powder and add red gel colour . Thanks

  16. melgray09 says:

    Hi Chef,
    How can i turn this to a Caramel mud cake…
    Thank you and blessings…

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Do not change the recipe. Caramelize the brown sugar add the raw butter piece by piece into that. Butter will cool down the sugar then add this buttery mixture into chocolate. With the remaining heat mix till chocolate completely melted. Continue according to the recipe. you can also caramelize white chocolate for the ganache. Thanks

  17. GODFREY says:

    hi Mr Yener i would like to try your book cake can you please tell me if i can use this recipe to bake in tin 14×11 ins and how long in oven please

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Yes you can use in your mold. you need around 2.2 kg mix, either bake and cut into two layers or bake two times 1.1 kg mix which I would do .

  18. melgray09 says:

    Hi Chef,
    Thank you for your time. I made this cake yesterday and it was awesomely delicious.
    The cake sank from the middle. Do you know what i may have done wrong for this to happen?
    And also may i know, why do you use brown sugar instead of white sugar?
    Many Thanks…

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      The reason of center collapse is the oven opened often before the baking is completed or baking time is too short. White chocolate mud cake it goes very well with caramel flavor. Brown sugar is not caramel but gives a nice hint of it . You can use white sugar without facing any problem. Thanks

      1. melgray09 says:

        Hi Chef,
        Thank you for your prompt reply. I baked another cake. It sank again while on the cooling rack? Did i not bake it full or over mixed?
        But the inserted skewer came out clean and i didnt open the oven till the end.

        1. Serdar Yener says:

          Hi, overmixing is not an issue. The only thing I can recommend reduce the heat and bake longer. Please check the recipe again.

  19. Sylvia Taylor says:

    Chef Yener, I was wondering as I use a spounge cake mix (Commercial) if I could use the spounge cake mix and add the white chocolate.

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      I really don’t know. Normally sponge cakes mixes contain emulsifiers which tolerate fat combine with water. Possibly you can achieve a result. Just try and see. I would try 2 different way. Mixing melted chocolate with oil first before folding into pre-whipped mix . Secondly adding chocolate pieces into mix and melt over the double boiler before start whipping. Let me know the result. Thanks

      1. Sylvia Taylor says:

        Thank you, I will try both way’s and see how it goes. I am hoping it will work as it is for about 100 people.

  20. JULZ says:

    Hi I would like to ask what size cake tins do you use in inches for this recipe and will plain flour work in place of the cake flour thanks

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      10 ” ( 250mm) . Cake flour or plain flour no problem. Thanks

  21. glendaire says:

    Hi Chef. I have been wanting to try your recipe but we don’t have self raising flour in PH, if there is it’s difficult to find. Can’t this work with all purpose flour or cake flour instead? Thank you. 🙂

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      3⁄4 cup all-purpose flour
      1 teaspoon baking powder
      1⁄4 teaspoon salt


      1. gigi99 says:

        Sorry, what wild 3/4 cup all-purpose flour be in grams to make self raising flour?

  22. Fabian says:

    Hi Chef Yener! I was just wondering if you use a convection oven to do all your baking?

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      I use the gas convection oven. Thanks

  23. Linda Mannion says:

    Hi Serdar, I am a bit confused , I need 2x 1″ layers for a 12″ round cake How much will I need? The other layers will be something else, so could not work out how much I needed? Than you

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      1″x12″ R 1.1 kg mix
      1″x10″ R 650g mix
      1″x 8″ R 450g mix
      1″x 6″ R 300g mix
      This amounts will be little more than what you need. Thanks

  24. SofiaLily says:

    Thank you for sharing this recipe I made this cake today absolutely delicious. I have tried a few white chocolate mud cake recipes and this is by far the lightest and tastiest. I am going to use it to make the Emmet 3d cake from your tutorial

  25. Judepritchard says:

    Could you let me know what the equivalent is to cake flour, as we don’t have it in UK

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Soft flour or closest is all purpose flour. Thanks

  26. Jeya Mary says:

    Dear Chef, I tried this recipe again for a birthday party .. it was so yummy .. everyone like it … I had layered it with marmalade jam and covered with white chocolate ganache. since most of them are not such a sweet tooth. I just had it simply decorated with strawberries dipped in chocolate ganache and blueberry.. .. I will post the picture.. thanks Chef ..my next mission is your butter cake …

  27. Jeya Mary says:

    Dear Chef, I tried this recipe yesterday. It was so soft and spongy and I reduced the sugar. My parents (83 and 72) are diabetic and sisters don’t take too sweet a dessert. I baked as suggested but couldn’t wait so we tried one layer first. The other two layers, I frosted it with a thin coat of white chocolate ganache and sandwiched it with strawberry jam & white chocolate ganache. Family will be having it later this evening – its my sister’s birthday cake. Did I understand the recipe correctly, 3 gms of bicarbonate soda and 3 gms of baking powder? My parents are sensitive to bicarb soda, how can I adjust the recipe to suit them? as I would like to bake it again.

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Hi Jeya White or dark mud cake is liquid condition mix and really need bi carb soda to lift. Try SACHER TORTE rec and replace dark chocolate with white. I did not try that but it should work. I have to go to work now . I ll give you a recipe to night when I come home. Google it let me know.

    2. Serdar Yener says:

      White chocolate Sacher Cake

      250 g egg yolk
      300 g white chocolate pieces
      200 g unsalted butter
      100 g oil

      500 g egg white
      350 g sugar
      5 g cream of tartar

      270 g cake flour

      180 C BAKING TEMP

      1. Jeya Mary says:

        Dear Chef, thank you. I will most definitely put my hands to work on this recipe and let you know the outcome. thank you so much.

      2. Swarsky says:

        I tried this recipe yesterday to celebrate my twins first day of school and my husbands birthday.,Chef Yener must say it’s one of the best recepies I’ve baked. My 2.7 years twins just kept on digging into it. We all enjoyed the cake it was super moist and delicious. God bless. Thank you for sharing

  28. Jeya Mary says:

    Chef Yener, I would like to try your white chocolate mud cake. your recipe requires 3 times baking ie 3 pans.. is it possible for me to bake it in a pan? therefore increasing the baking time by 10 minutes. would this work?

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      yes but I would still recommend low height quicker baking to have more moist 25mm height sponges that can be sandwiched with ganache. instead having high cake only masked with ganache.

  29. Ann Feehan says:

    I don’t have silicon baking molds. Will metal baking pans work okay? Should I line with parchment?

  30. Teran Armstrong says:

    When I watch your tutorials it looks like you use cakes you have filled with ganache and frozen ahead of time. If so, how long can we safely freeze these delicious cakes? The demands for my cakes go from 5 or 6 per week to 20 – 30 two weeks later! having a great go to cake like this would certainly help balance our time!

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Every mud cake i freeze with good wraping after sandwiching with ganache roughly. keeping frozen 6 month no problem in good freezer (-18C). Freezing mud cake make them more moist .

  31. Francine Kotler Elfassy says:

    I was just about to try out this recipe as you suggested on a smaller scale to see what happens if I use all purpose flour + baking powder + baking soda (instead of the self raising) + corn starch (to imitate the cake flour) and then I realized that I didn’t know which kind of brown sugar to use. I have 2 options: a grainy light brown sugar or a sticky dark brown sugar. Which do you suggest that i use? Looking forward to your reply.

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      sticky dark brown. more flavour

  32. Francine Kotler Elfassy says:

    This cake sounds delicious, but I always like to understand things before I try them. What is the reason for using both self rising flour and in addition cake flour + baking soda and baking powder? Wouldn’t a proportionately larger amount of cake flour + increased amounts of baking soda and baking powder achieve the same result? Looking forward to your reply.

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      It is a good question. This mixture is a pudding like, airless, liquid saucy mix before bake. I need extra lifting power thats why for the additional aerators. For the additional cake flour I guess in the past I wasn’t happy with the texture that maybe too light to achieve nice and firm wedding cakes that can last in the room temperature long time. Maybe I just added some cake flour to achieve that. I don’t remember.Having said that I am happy now the way it is And if you ask me , can you take a way plain flour and replace with SRF ?Yes but I have to make couple of addjustments after every bake to increase the SRF and reduce aerators. My recipe I do is 90 kg at once I am not so sure that I will do that soon. Please try that your self with small recipes I am sure it is possible.

  33. Sonia Quintarelli says:

    Thank you Mr. Yener for your advice!. It worked well! Your white chocolate mud cake is delicious and it turns out perfect every time. I was wondering if it is possible to substitute the brown sugar for white sugar to obtain a lighter colored sponge. Will this affect the texture or taste in any way? I am fond of white chocolate mud cake with raspberries and the lighter sponge is more appealing to me. I wanted to ask before hand for time saving reasons. Thank you so much in advance.

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      I did not try this recipe with caster sugar but strongly believe will be no difference in texture .colour and taste will be difference

    2. jeanettenz says:

      Hi I have baked this cake this morning and it turned out lovely but very golden in colour due to brown sugar. However I need to make this for a wedding cake and I to wondered if I could substitute brown sugar for ordinary granulated sugar. Sonia Quintarelli did you try this and how did it work? Many thanks

      1. Serdar Yener says:

        Hi, I did not try that , but I am quite sure it will work.

  34. feynur gümüş şen says:

    White chocolate mud cake, the best cake I have ever tried, baked, tasted… no extra moisture needed ready to sandwich and decorate but the best thing about this cake is I think it melts and disappear in your mouth and just leaves a pleasant taste behind… Chocolatre and butter- perfect combination which accompany to each other very well and this combination doesn’t bother you… who ever tasted this cake loved it… who cares about diets 🙂 thanks for sharing your receipe Mr. Yener…

  35. Sonia Quintarelli says:

    I made both the dark and the white chocolate mud cake. The dark chocolate mud cake was perfect. However, i could not manage to get a nice small crumb on the white chocolate mud cake. Could this be due to the quality of the chocolate I was using? Would you have any tips on how to get the cake crumb small? thanks!

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      First thing that comes to mind is that the sugar content could be too high. Maybe the chocolate you used is too sweet. Having said that, you could also try reducing the amount of the aerating agents slightly. If making a small batch, it would be very easy to over weigh the aerators. For example, sometimes if the scale reads 3 grams, there could be closer to 4 grams. So what you could do is perhaps weigh the baking soda and baking powder at (for example) 4 times more than needed, and then visually divide it in to 4 equal parts with a scraper. Good luck for next time and please let me know your results. Thanks

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