mouthwatering chocolate cake

I baked this cake for my birthday last Saturday and it was so delicious that I wanted to share this recipe with you too.
It's  basically a mix of two chocolates and when it comes to chocolate you really can't go wrong. Am I right?
I found this recipe from the magical world of the Internet and here's the *link* to the original one.
It's in Finnish but no worries, I'm going to translate it in english here. Enjoy the recipe :-)

// Leivoin tämän kakun mun synttäreille viime lauantaina ja se oli niin hyvää, että tahdon jakaa tämän reseptin teidänkin kanssa. Sehän on sekoitus kahta suklaata ja kun on kyse suklaasta, niin se on kyllä semmonen yhdistelmä ettei juurikaan mikään voi mennä vikaan. 
Löysin tämän reseptin kinuskikissan sivuilta, ja klikkaamalla *tästä*, pääset reseptiä tarkastelemaan hieman tarkemmin. 



- 200g of Oreo's or "Domino" cookies
- 50g of butter


- 5dl of whipping cream
- 600g (6dl) of vanilla yoghurt 

white chocolate filling:

- 1/2 of cream/yoghurt mix
- 4 gelatine "leaves"
- 120g of white chocolate
- 1/2 dl of water

dark chocolate filling:

- 1/2 of cream/yoghurt mix
- 4 gelatine "leaves"
- 100g of dark chocolate
- 3/4 dl of water


1. Line the bottom of a springform cake pan with baking paper and oil the rest of the pan. 
I didn't remember to oil the pan so it was quite hard and messy to get the cake out of it, so I highly recommend you to do so. 

2. Crush the cookies with a blender and melt the butter. 
Mix melted butter and crushed cookies together and fill the bottom of the cake pan with the mix.

3. Whip the cream and add vanilla yoghurt to the cream. Split the cream mix to half.

4. Soak both fillings gelatines in two separate bowls in cold water. 

5. Cut chocolates in to a small pieces to a separate plates and melt the chocolates in the microwave. 
Remember to do it with mild heat so nothing won't get burned. 

6. Heat both fillings waters in separate pots boiling. Add gelatines and let them melt to the water. 

7. Do the white chocolate filling first, so you don't have to wash your mixer in between. 
Mix white chocolate and gelatines to another half of the cream/yoghurt mix and dark chocolate and gelatines to another half. 

8. Pour first a cup of a white chocolate mix to a cake pan, then a cup of a dark chocolate mix and keep going.
Let the cake cool down in the fridge for 3 hours and it's ready to be eaten.



  1. This looks like the most delicious chocolate cake ever and I can't wait to try it for myself!

    Beka. xo | littleworldofbeka

    1. I think I'll do this again very soon:D

  2. I have to admit, I've never really been a big chocolate cake eater, but this looks so tempting- I reckon I might just have to try it out!

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  3. OH MY GOD! That looks insanely good!

    Jenn | Jennifer Jayne

    1. You can't go wrong with chocolate do you :P

  4. Oh wow this looks and sounds so super delicious! Definitely will be saving to try it :)

    Anoushka Probyn - A London Fashion Blog

  5. This is amazing!

    1. Thanks, you should definetly try it :-)

  6. This looks soooo yummy! I've been craving chocolate so much and you made me want it even more!!
    Such a great recipe to try :D xx

    Kaylee | JK's Dawn

    1. hahah chocolate craving is the best craving ;)

  7. Replies
    1. you should definitely try that! :-)

  8. how amazing does this look? could eat that right now.

  9. this looks so amazing, wow! lovely post btw :) x

  10. Looks so delicious!! <3
    Chloe xx

  11. Omg this looks sooooo good, it's actually making me hungry look at it. Definitely want to try out your recipe for it!

    The Velvet Black | UK Style & Beauty Blog


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