Swedish Chocolate Mud Cake/ Kladdkaka




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This is a a cake that has a messy consistency with flavor of chocolate. The best fika you can think of a Friday afternoon after a long week of work. I will show you how to make it.

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Step 1: Prepare

Pick up all the things listed:

*A bowl
*A rounded cake pan
*A spatula
*A whisker
*300 grams of butter
*4 eggs
*4 dl of sugar (1.7 cups)
*6 msk of cacao (6 tbsp)
*4 tsk of vanilla powder (4 teaspoons)
*2.5 dl of flour (1.05=1 cup)
*Oven paper
* Powdered sugar

Step 2: Heat Oven

Put it on 175°C (347°F)

Step 3: Butter

Microwave 300 grams of butter to completely melt it. Put it in the bowl.

Step 4: Eggs

Crack 4 eggs into the bowl and whisk them around.

Step 5: Sugar, Cacao and Vanilla Powder

Add 4 dl of sugar (1.7 cups)
Add 6 msk of cacao (6 tbsp)
Add 4 tsk of vanilla powder (4 teaspoons)

Whisk it all around.

Step 6: Flour

Add 2.5 dl of flour (1 cup) and mix it around.

Step 7: Oven Paper

Place oven paper in the rounded cake pan.

If you don't want to use oven paper you can smear butter around the cake pan This is to make the cake come off more easily.

Step 8: Fill It

Fill the rounded baking pan and correct its finnish with the spatula. You can cut the edges of the oven paper with scissors.

Step 9: Bake

Place the cake in the oven for 25 minutes.

Step 10: Cool Down

When the baking time is finished put it outside for cooling down for an hour, 60 minutes.

Step 11: On Plate

When it has cooled down carefully remove the oven paper and place it on a fancy plate.

Step 12: Extra

Filter powdered sugar on top of the cake.

Step 13: Done!

Serve with some creme and cinnamon if you like.

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    4 Discussions


    4 years ago

    warning 4 Decaliters is equivalent to 1.69 U.S. Cups. not 4.5!!!

    3 replies

    Reply 4 years ago

    Oh, thank you for correcting me! I really appreciate the help. I'm having a bit of trouble with the measurements as I'm not American. :)

    Bobby SaritoKackerlacka

    Reply 4 years ago

    Do not worry! I made this cake with three cups of flour instead of one and it turned out fine.