This gluten-free chocolate fudge cake is moist and has that rich chocolate flavor we all know and love. You will love this recipe if you’re a massive fan of chocolate.
The richness of this fudge cake might be too much for some people. If you find yourself thinking this is a bit too rich for your liking, then a dollop of fresh cream really helps. A light dusting of icing sugar is also an excellent addition to this cake.
You don’t need large pieces of this fudge cake to feel satisfied. It also means you can probably feed more people out of a single cake when compared to some other chocolate cake recipes.
The leftovers of this cake are as good as when the cake was fresh out of the oven. Simply store in the fridge and eat whenever you’re feeling a little peckish. The leftovers are great for lunch the next day. They’re even great as a bit of a sweet breakfast.
You can find the full recipe for this gluten-free chocolate fudge cake right below. If you love this recipe and would like more, then please don’t forget to follow us on social or sign up to our mailing list.
Gluten-Free Chocolate Fudge Cake Recipe
- Preheat an oven to 160°C (320°F)
- Grease and line 19cm (7.5 in) cake tin.
- Combine the cocoa and water in a large bowl, stir until smooth.
- Add the melted chocolate, butter, sugar, ground almonds and stir until combined.
- Stir in the egg yolks one by one.
- In another bowl, beat egg whites until soft peaks form.
- Fold the egg whites into the chocolate mixture in two batches.
- Spread mixture into the prepared cake tin.
- Bake in the oven for 1 hour and 15 minutes or until cake is firm.
- Cool in the pan.
- Serve & Enjoy
- The best way to tell if the gluten-free chocolate fudge cake is cooked is to see how much the cake has firmed up. It should be nice, and firm and a skewer should come out mostly clean.
- Melting the butter and chocolate is best done in either a microwave or in a double boiler. The easiest method is to use the microwave.
- Dark chocolate can be swapped out for milk chocolate. Using milk chocolate will make the cake slightly sweeter.
- Almond flour can be used instead of ground almonds.
- The most important part of this recipe is folding the egg whites into the chocolate mix. Try to do this method as gently as possible as you don't want to knock too much air out of the egg whites.
This dessert is probably best to avoid if you’re trying to avoid sugary foods. It’s unquestionably delicious but has a few drawbacks in terms of nutrition.
If you’re curious, you can find all the nutritional information for this chocolate fudge cake right below.
If you can’t get enough chocolate, then you should check out some of the other gluten-free recipes you can do. The self-saucing chocolate pudding is certainly a dish that you will love if you like rich desserts.
I hope that you enjoy this gluten-free chocolate fudge cake recipe. If you have some feedback tips or something else that you would like to say then please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below.