Tradition is…


I learned to make this cake with Leonor de Sousa Bastos (Flagrante delicia) . Today is one of the favorite cakes of events.  This cake is very good, believe me !


125g melted butter

70g honey

100g of dark chocolate 70% cocoa

100g of milk chocolate

1 egg ,beaten

70g digestive biscuits

50g whole hazelnuts ,toasted

50g  dry cranberries


Grease and line with parchment paper a form of 20 x 8 cm .

Melt the chocolate in a double boiler. Add the butter. After the chocolate is well melted draws the fire.  Add the honey and mix well. Add the egg mixture to the hot ,whipping away. Mix hazelnuts, cranberries and digestive biscuits broken into large pieces. Pour the mixture into the shape and refrigerate at least 4 hours or until firm.

Unmold and serve very cold.

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  1. Oooh, these look fantastic!

  2. These not only look superb I bet even I could make them 🙂 Will have to try – and hope that I don’t have to eat my words!

  3. I wouldn’t mind a piece of that now. An old friend of mine used to make something similar. It was so delicious.

  4. This looks amazingly delicious. I must try it. Thanks for the recipe 🙂

  5. This looks very, very tempting! Thanks so much for the recipe:-)

  6. O Dear God, mercy !
    How can I resist the temptation from this sinfully seductive, gorgeous, vibrant chocolate cake ! Lord, show me the way out !

  7. Wow, this looks so incredibly good! Beautiful cake.

  8. This is a stunning cake! You don’t have to bake it either, great!

  9. This cake is super delicious. Never seen anything like that before !!!

  10. Mmmmmm Looks so delicious!

  11. This looks so decadent! It’s similar to a recipe I make, Chocolate Hazelnut Raspberry Bars. Lots and lots of chocolate…you can never go wrong! It looks just beautiful!

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