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Walnut Mocha Torte

Showstopper, dessert, special occassion, christmas, chewy, nutty, meringe like

To celebrate Chocolate Week I took a little inspiration from Nigel Slater and decided to go all out and make showstopper cake – my whole family were in foodie heaven! To find out more head over to Great British Chefs!

Showstopper, dessert, special occassion, christmas, chewy, nutty, meringe like

A myriad of flavours and textures compete for your attention with this gooey chewy, crispy, creamy, mocha frosted Torte. Quite simply Heaven on a plate!

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  1. William Gould

    I love walnut cake, so this must be really good!

    1. Camilla

      It is the best gateux ever – something for a special occassion:-)

  2. Maddy

    Could this be made without the coffee? Would you suggest any substitute or just leave it out?
    Thanks

    1. Camilla

      I hate coffee and never drink the stuff but it just intensifies the chocolate flavour here and if a favourite dessert of my daughter’s. If you really don’t like it then just leave it out!

  3. Paul Wilson

    Walnuts are very healthy, and quite under-used imo.

  4. Ann Robinson

    This looks great and i could do with a slice now

  5. Paul Wilson

    Load of filling, my favourite

  6. bev

    Another delicious looking dish!

  7. Geoff Clark

    Yummy pud, just what I want!

  8. Heather Haigh

    What an elegant looking cake.

  9. Ursula Hunt

    Tried this with Pecans instead of walnuts and it was lovely

    1. Camilla

      I love Pecans, that’s great to know Ursula:-)

  10. Tracy Nixon

    Great thank you for sharing! I have shared too x

  11. Maya Russell

    Mmmm, nutty, creamy, chocolaty with a bit of coffee – a lovely cake for grown-ups!

    1. Camilla

      My kids loved this too, my 10 yr old daughter has a thing for coffee in cakes!

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