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Chocolate. Apricot. Cake. 

It’s so good it melts in your mouth.

Good news is, this chocolate apricot cake is also really easy to prepare!

You only need few ingredients and less than a couple free hours, tops!

This cake tastes similar to the traditional pound cake you’re probably familiar with. The difference is, this one is more chocolaty and… well.. yummier!

I used apricots to prepare it, but you can replace them with peaches or orange slices or any other juicy fruit you have available.

Here’s how to prepare chocolate apricot cake from scratch:

Chocolate Apricot Cake - an easy to prepare, delicious homemade cake! Learn how to bake a chocolate apricot cake from scratch! It's de-li-cious!

 

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Chocolate Apricot Cake
Chocolate Apricot Cake
Course Desserts
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Servings
cake
Ingredients
Course Desserts
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Servings
cake
Ingredients
Chocolate Apricot Cake
Instructions
  1. First, melt the chocolate and milk, together, in the same recipient. Let the chocolate cool down.
    chocolate apricot easy cake recipe
  2. Using the hand mixer, mix the butter with half a cup of sugar, for at least 4-5 minutes, then add the melted chocolate and mix everything well.
    chocolate apricot easy cake recipe
  3. Separately, beat the eggs with the other half of cup of sugar (using the hand mixer), again, for about 5 minutes.
    chocolate apricot easy cake recipe
  4. Mix together the eggs and chocolate butter obtained earlier.
    chocolate apricot easy cake recipe
  5. Now, add the flour and baking powder, mix again.
    chocolate apricot easy cake recipe
  6. Coat a cake tin with baking paper and pour the liquid dough. Add slices of apricot on top.
    chocolate apricot easy cake recipe
  7. Bake your cake for about 45 minutes, at 350°F (180°C).
    chocolate apricot easy cake recipe
  8. When your cake cools down, sprinkle with powdered sugar before serving.
    chocolate apricot easy cake recipe
Recipe Notes

Use a toothpick to make sure your cake is ready.

The upper part could look 'ready / brown', but make sure the cake is baked even before taking it out.

It really does take about 45 minutes, so don't worry, it won't burn.

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