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Raspberry Chocolate Mousse Cake



Raspberry Chocolate Mousse Cake


A chocolate mousse cake with a burst of raspberry filling gives this cake a unique chocolaty fruity flavor. It tastes even better when the flavors blend for a day or two. This is a rich and delicious cake and chocolate lovers will love this cake. For the filling I have used instant chocolate pudding and raspberry cake filling. But if you want to make home made chocolate mousse check earlier cake recipe here





Ingredients
Recipe adapted from: Family circle -Best ever cakes and cookies

Chocolate cake layer
All Purpose flour- 1 1/2 cup
Egg- 2
Sugar- 1/2 cup
Coco powder- 4 Tbs
Baking powder- 1 1/3 tsp
Baking Soda 1 tsp
Salt- 1/3tsp
Vanilla essence- 1 tsp
Buttermilk- 1/2 cup
Butter-3 tsp

For the filling
Whipping cream-1 1/2  cup
Milk-1 cup
Vanilla essence-1 tsp
Raspberry extract- 1 tsp

Chocolate instant pudding- 1 box ( 5 oz.)
Raspberry cake filling- 1/2 cup (Seedless)



Preheat oven to 350 degree and geese and prepare an 8 inch pan
In a bowl whisk flour, cocoa powder,baking powder,baking soda and salt
In another bowl beat butter and sugar with a medium speed mixer until creamy,and add in egg one at a time and beat till light and fluffy. Slowly add the dry ingredients  little by little along with the butter milk fold in the ingredients.Pour into prepared pans and bake for 35 - 40 minutes in 350 degree f .Test whether completely cooked by inserting a toothpick in the center.The top will spring  back when lightly pressed with finger tip. Cool in pan for fifteen minutes and then completely cool on a cooling rack. Slice the cake into two.

To make the filling :Combine milk,pudding mix and vanilla extract in a medium sized bowl and whip till it slightly thickens.
In another bowl whip cold heavy cream for about three to four minute till there are medium peaks. Fold into the chocolate pudding mixture in little adition. Refrigerate for about 15 minute.
Place one slice of cake on a plate. Spread half of the raspberry filling and a layer of chocolate mousse. Place the second layer of the cake and spread mousse filling and decorate the cake. Refrigerated for an hour before serving.

1)Sending this to 60 Days to Christmas event at Priya's space

2) Favorite recipes event Christmas event at Swathi's Zesty South Indian Kitchen

Try this
Hope you will all enjoy!

Comments

  1. Suja, cake looks absolutely gorgeous and love the chocolaty fruit flavour..Yummm
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  2. My My!! I am drooling eyeing this cake and imagining the burst of raspberries and chocolate.

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  3. wow looks superb and love the neat icing work on top :) this makes a great christmas center piece dessert

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  4. adipoli... yum... it looks beautiful..
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  5. This cake looks extremely tempting and exotic.With it's fruity flavor,it seems it's going to end up in no time Suja.

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  6. Drooling on ur cake.sinfully tempting.

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  7. Extremely tempting cake pictures. Looks very delicious dear.

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  8. Wow...adipoli suja chechi...It looks fantastic...

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  9. Gorgeous cake, wish i get a slice of this pretty cake.. Looks stunning.

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  10. Hats off to u a dear. Love this cake and the deco. Very well done. Wish i can have a slice.

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  11. Beautiful! No other words...Looks very delicious

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  12. OMG!!! So tempting!!!Love this delicious and yummy cake!!!
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  13. Mousse looks very gorgeous and delicious...

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  14. omg it just look fantastic.. great work & so delicious it looks

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  15. The cake looks so beautifully decorated dear... Awesome

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  16. Looks so delicious.., Beautifully made.., very chrismasy. Rasberry filling makes it more sweeter right ? Yum

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  17. nice work dear.. very beautiful looking cake..

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  18. simply superb, lovely cake Suja..

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  19. Lovely cake...I love raspberry and choco combo...I can imagine the cake baking....

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  20. Delicious!!! and very very beautiful looking cake...

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  21. Very gorgeous cake suja.
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  22. Adipoli cake, Love your decorations, Beautiful. Thanks for sharing with Favorite recipes event: Christmas Recipes

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  23. Gorgeous cake,lov everything in it...

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  24. What a lovely cake!!

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  25. ummmaaaa...wow watta combo dear...gr8 recipe and watta colourful treat

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  26. love ur icing work its perfect...looks delicious

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  27. Wow! Delicious & rich chocolate cake, very impressive!

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