This arrived in my Inbox this morning and has my taste buds tantalized.How yum does this look?
I’ve died and gone to chocolate heaven – Nutella and Ferrero Rochers in one recipe.Chocoholics……… Welcome
There’s def a jar of Nutella in our household and I can foresee exactly what we will be doing this weekend!Well Done Annie.
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Make a Nutella pancake cake
Makes 1 extra large cake. Halve ingredients for a smaller version.
5 batches of classic pancakes (about 40–50 individual pancakes)
2 cups Nutella, softened
For the chocolate ganache
300g dark chocolate, chopped
Ferrero Rocher chocolate balls, to serve
1. Make approximately 45–50 pancakes using this basic pancake recipe. Allow them to cool completely before arranging the cake.
2. While the pancakes are cooling, make the chocolate ganache. Place the cream in a saucepan over medium heat. When it starts to boil, remove the saucepan and stir in the chocolate until it has melted and the mixture is smooth. Let it sit for 5 minutes to thicken slightly.
3. Set aside ½ cup of the chocolate ganache to pour over the top of the cake. Assemble the cake by layering the pancakes and alternating between softened Nutella and chocolate ganache between each layer. A good spatula comes in really handy.
4. Garnish with chopped Ferrero Rochers and allow to rest for an hour or two before serving.
Warning. This is a slightly labour intensive cake to make, but we guarantee eyebrows will pop, tongues will loll and plates will be licked clean,
which is always worth the effort, eh? Plus, by pancake 49 you will be a seasoned pro.
by Annie Kolatsis
Fresh out of UCT, Marketing degree in hand, Annie is one of the newest additions to the Yuppiechef Grad Programme.
When not baking up a storm, you can find this self proclaimed travel and series addict
watching reruns of Friends or curled up with a book. View more articles by Annie Kolatsis.