If They’re Special Enough to Make Your Small Wedding Guest List, They Deserve an Awesome Dessert

flourless chocolate cake
A slice of flourless chocolate cake. And yeah, it was really good.

Having a small guest list means that the people who made the cut must be pretty special. It also enables you to be adventurous with your wedding menu. Flourless chocolate cake is a non-traditional but certain-to-be-appreciated wedding cake. Bonappetit.com serves up a recipe for this bête noire topped with chocolate ganache. It’s not only sophisticated and decadently delicious, but if you’re catering the wedding yourself, it’s one of the easiest cakes to make.

The only fiddly part of the preparation is covering the outside of the baking pan with three layers of foil. The first time I tried the recipe, I managed to put small, unseen tears in all three layers, apparently, because water seeped into the batter during baking. Not good. Here’s a tip that solved the problem on my second try: Handle the foil as little as possible to avoid tearing it. The recipe…

And take a look at our previous post: 10 Scrumptious Wedding Cake Dessert Pairings

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2 responses to “If They’re Special Enough to Make Your Small Wedding Guest List, They Deserve an Awesome Dessert

  1. Pingback: Our 7 Favorite Recipes for a Thanksgiving Hanukkah Wedding | Backyard Huppah

  2. Pingback: Awesome Wedding Dessert Pairings, Continued | Backyard Huppah

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