Ganache

I love frosting cakes with Ganache.

The simplest  chocolate cake, can be turned into something special, just by covering it in Ganache.

How can anything covered in chocolate and cream be bad?


This post linked to Mouthwatering Mondays and Made By You Mondays.

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures

Comments

  1. That looks so delicious!
    .-= Debra´s last blog ..My Mom on Mother’s day =-.

  2. “How can anything covered in chocolate and cream be bad?” – Truest statement ever!
    .-= Joanne´s last blog ..Mac and Cheese with Roasted Pork, Goat Cheese, Rosemary, and Fiddleheads – Symon Sundays =-.

  3. Wow ……This looks so good. thanks for sharing your recipe.

    Happy Mother’s day!!!!

  4. We love love love ganache! Who knew something so fabulously delicious would be so stinkin’ easy to make. I often use coconut milk instead of the cream and it is wonderfully yummy!
    .-= Christy´s last blog ..Saturday Centus #1 =-.

  5. Okay, I had no clue that ganache is this easy and simple! I am so doing this on my next cake. Thanks so much for enlightening me, Lynn!
    .-= Alyssa @ Keeping the Kingdom First´s last blog ..Walgreens $5 Challenge: May 9 – 15 =-.

  6. I’ll have to admit, I’ve never made ganache, but have been wanting to try. Thanks for sharing the tips and recipe!
    ~Liz
    .-= Liz@HoosierHomemade´s last blog ..Weekly Menu Plan ~ Meatballs in Gravy =-.

  7. That does look absolutely lovely – ganache is wonderful – and so much easier than trying to frost the sides of cakes perfectly!

  8. Plan on making the chocolate raspberry cake this weekend for my sons birthday he is newly diagnosed with celiac s what can I use rather than the heavy cream or coconut milk for ganache. Evaporated milk.. looks awesome,,

    • I am not sure evaporated milk would work. Cream helps give this the texture. You could try a small batch though to see if it works. This cake would also be good with a regular frosting too.

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