Upside down chocolate cake with milkshake flan and caramel

What’s the best way to eat chocolate without eating chocolate today? Should there be something? But should I tell you right now that you have to bake a hundred percent chocolate cake to be happy? Is this really the solution?!? But since everything is not always as it seems, up sometimes down and right sometimes wrong and vice versa, we will simply change the cake for you. So do a headstand (nefone?) when this upside-down chocolate cake comes out of the oven with milkmaid flan and candy. Because you baked it upside down so that the chocolate rests on the leg. On top stands a flan topped with a wonderful caramel crown. The best thing you can do with chocolate today. Just the opposite… or something like that.

Because you want chocolate cake every day!

what can i say A family without chocolate cake is simply a bad family. No one will visit you, there are no friends in life and you will not find any comfort in the form of chocolate. If you want to live like this, so be it. If not, try Milkmaid Flan Caramel Upside Down Chocolate Cake or one of our favorite chocolate cakes:

Okay, I’m going to backtrack a bit. The main thing is that you have something with chocolate at home. Grandpa’s Chocolate Pudding even left me and the rest of the world. But at least once a week they serve it as an upside-down chocolate cake with milkmaid flan and caramel, okay? niceā€¦

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Chocolate Ecstasy: Upside Down Chocolate Cake with Milkmaid Flan and Caramel

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Stand up for yourself! Upside Down Chocolate Cake with Milkmaid Flan and Caramel You’ll have a go!

For caramel

Flan for milk worker

For the chocolate dough

preparation

  1. First prepare a round flat shape, for example a Bundt cake. For the caramel, melt the sugar in a saucepan, add water and melt the sugar over medium heat, stirring constantly. Pour the caramel into the mold as the first layer.

  2. Mix all the ingredients well in a bowl and slowly pour into the caramel.

  3. For the chocolate dough, mix all the ingredients except flour and baking powder. Now add flour and baking powder and work into a dough without lumps. Let this slowly go into the mold.

  4. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees. Cover the baking pan with aluminum foil and place in a large oven. Half fill the cake pan with hot water.

  5. Bake the cake for about 90 minutes, let it cool for a short time and transfer it to the plate. Boom!

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