If you ask me for a dessert recipe that you can easily make for special days, say the birthday of your beloved one or the graduate party of your kid, my first response will be something chocolaty. Everyhting based on chocolate makes people pleased, right? Let’s make them even happier with these individual cakes. These are The Easiest Mini Chocolate Cakes I’ve ever made and it made everyone more than happy even when they saw it. So these mini chocolate cakes are pleasing both to your eyes and to your taste buds.
I’ve been drooling over the Chocolate Covered Strawberry Layer Cake on Annie’s Eat for quite some time and I was just speechless when I saw the so tempting mini chocolate cakes in my friend Sibel’s kitchen on the day she invited us for an afternoon tea. The first things that took my attention were the bakery style looking mini chocolate cakes sitting on the counter. Don’t they look like the smaller version of Annie’s wonderful cake? Minus the strawberries on the top. She and her mom are really so good at baking and they prepared so many scrumptious treats both savory and sweet on that day and I just dug in them all.
I just couldn’t hide my feelings when I had the first bite. With moist cake layers, it was heavenly! So yummy and adorably mini! I love how these are in individual portions, so you feel like you have the whole chocolate cake on your plate.
When I asked for the recipe, they both said it’s the easiest layer cake ever. Just make your favorite brownie batter and bake it in a large baking tray so that the layers of your cake won’t be too thick. Prepare the creamy filling made with milk, flour and starch in a pot. Cut the cake with a cookie cutter and put filling between two layers. It will be like a sandwich. Top with melted chocolate, chill and sprinkle grated coconut on each. Thank you Sibel and your super talented mom for the recipe!
I slightly changed the recipe for these mini chocolate cakes to make it even easier. Yes, I guess mine is the easiest ever! Instead of making a pudding like filling between the cake layers, I just used whipped cream. Also for the topping, I used frozen cranberries instead of grated coconut. Either way, I think these mini chocolate cakes will immediately become your favorite! You can enjoy your chocolate cake with two dollops of Homemade Turkish Ice Cream.