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A flourless chocolate tart that tastes just as good as one with flour! Yes, here’s an easy recipe that’s got some nice Bailey’s added too!

Flourless Chocolate Tart

This flourless chocolate tart was not only fabulous and easy but when I shared it on Instagram, the iconic chocolate company Ghirardelli reshared it. Of course, I tagged them in my post and obviously, they were enchanted enough to share with their chocolate-loving followers!

Flourless Cake

A wonderful dessert at no extra cost – perfect for tea drinking and a festive table! We memorize the recipe for a cake without flour and cook baked goods with pleasure. Cooking description: The cake turns out to be sweet and rich, if desired; you can add nuts or dried fruits to it.

Flourless Cake Recipe

This scrumptious moist flourless chocolate cake is naturally gluten-free. A delicious flourless cake is completely different in taste and texture than the classic cake. It turns out to be light, airy, rather high, and porous in the context.

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Flourless Cake with Cocoa Powder

Amazing, incredibly tender, and airy chocolate sponge cake, which is prepared absolutely without flour! It’s really delicious! Its extraordinary lightness, tenderness, delicious cocoa powder taste will captivate even a sophisticated taster. Try it – these are delicious and simple cakes: the amazing aroma of this biscuit just drives you crazy.

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What is Flourless Chocolate Cake?

This flourless chocolate cake is rich and gooey. You can slice or simply scoop. You don’t need much. Just a sliver or heaping tablespoon! Load up on fresh fruit with it and maybe a dollop of whipped cream or, if you haven’t tried a dollop of creme fraiche, then please do. Serve it warm. Put it in the microwave for just a few seconds (don’t over do it!!).

What to Serve with Flourless Chocolate Cake?

This flourless chocolate cake is dark, fudgy, and super moist and the intense chocolate flavor is perfect when served with thick cream and fresh berries.

I know that all those with a sweet tooth will understand the feeling when, well, you really want something sweet, but you have no strength to cook. Of course, you can quickly make an Almond Zest Cake. Give it a try!

flourless chocolate tart

flourless chocolate tart

Flourless Chocolate Tart

Yield: One 8" tart

A flourless chocolate tart that tastes just as good as one with flour! Yes, here's an easy recipe that's got some nice Bailey's added too!

Ingredients

  • Preheat oven to 375
  • 5 oz. 60-70% chocolate
  • ½ cup sugar
  • 8 Tbl. butter, salted, melted, cooled
  • 3 eggs, organic & beaten lightly
  • 1 tsp. chocolate extract
  • 1 cup chocolate cocoa + 1 tsp. for dusting garnish
  • 2 tsp. instant espresso, powder
  • 1 Tbl. Bailey’s Cream
  • GARNISH OPTIONS:
  • Powdered sugar
  • Whipped Cream
  • Raspberries
  • Strawberries

Instructions

Melt the chocolate over a double boiler. Add the sugar and stir well dissolving the sugar. Add the melted cooled butter and work in well stirring about 2 minutes.

Add the chocolate extract to the beaten eggs. Drizzle half into the chocolate mixture and blend well. Continue with the remaining eggs and whip well. The ‘batter’ will become thick and shiny.

Sift in one cup of cocoa powder and espresso and work into a thicker batter. Pour into a greased tart pan. Drizzle the Bailey’s on top. Put the pan on a cookie sheet and bake in a preheated 375 oven for 21-24 minutes.

Remove to a rack and cool. Dust with cocoa powder and/or powdered sugar.

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8 Comments

  1. The espresso, do you mean in powder or liquid form?

    1. I’m figuring you mean powder form given the “instant”….

      1. Yes, that’s right, Linda…I’ll make that clarification! Thanks, luv! xoxo

    2. Yes, I used the powder/granules form. I suppose you could sub the liquid…enjoy, luv!

  2. Oh baby you had me at baileys I say yes yes yes and YES xoxo

    1. Beverley, my cupcake goddess! Thank you, luv!! xoxo

    2. LoriMcLain says:

      Let’s eat girls! ?

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