Paul hollywood chocolate cake recipes

Chocolate cake – waitrose

Chocolate cake – waitrose

Chocolate cake, everyone loves it but I tend to find it can be lacking moisture but Paul Hollywood AKA Silver Fox is aiming to teach us thanks to Waitrose how to make the ultimate Chocolate Victoria Sponge cake
Cookbook review : How to Bake by Paul Hollywood

Cookbook review : How to Bake by Paul Hollywood

Once you get on to the recipes, there are lots of lovely things to choose from, including wholemeal loaf, ciabatta, soda bread, focaccia, chapatis, Cheddar and apple bread, baklava, fruit loaf, fresh croissants, scones, classic Victoria sponge, lemon drizzle cake, buttery shortbread and triple layer chocolate cake
Madhouse recipe : Crispy chocolate sandwich cake

Madhouse recipe : Crispy chocolate sandwich cake

I flicked through a recipe book that I received last year and haven't had a chance to use yet - Paul Hollywood's How To Bake - and his recipe for Triple Layer Chocolate Cake With Walnuts caught my eye
Millionaire's Chocolate Tart: GBBO Week #9

Millionaire's Chocolate Tart: GBBO Week #9

Paul Hollywood gave her his famously rare handshake. Paul said that there was no room for error this week if they wanted to get through to the finals, and Mary explained that although this challenge sounded simple, she was expecting an immaculate result
The Cake & Bake Show 2015

The Cake & Bake Show 2015

She made her Peanut Salted Caramel Tart that earned her a Paul Hollywood handshake. She hated doing the technical challenges, her favourite creation was the chocolate peacock, and her final showstopper bake of a wedding cake was her hardest challenge
Lemon and Blueberry Mousse Cake

Lemon and Blueberry Mousse Cake

Paul Hollywood would not approve). Then I realised I had only ever made a mousse cake with a chocolate collar for support (see here and here)
Lemon Ricotta Cake

Lemon Ricotta Cake

I was slightly disappointed with the rise but that’s only because I didn’t use a heaped teaspoon of baking powder and as mary berry and paul hollywood have taught me to always fold egg white into the batter until it’s no longer visible unlike this recipe it said Gently fold the egg white mixture into the batter