Monday, 19 November 2012





·                  2 cups all-purpose flour.
·                  100 ml. of cream.
·                  A couple of eggs.
·                  1/3 cup of sugar
·                  1 teacup of chocolate chips
·                  1 tsp baking powder
·                  1 cup pure maple syrup
·                  1 cup of milk
·                  A chunk of unsalted butter to rub the tray
·                  Bread crumbs as needed


1.                Preheat the oven to 210°C. Rub with butter a 9-inch (22/23-cm) cake pan and dust with bread crumbs.  
2.                Briskly beat the eggs.
3.                In a large mixing bowl, stir together the flour, baking powder, the eggs, the sugar, the cream and the milk.. 
4.                Add the maple syrup, and stir again.
5.                Add the chocolate chips
6.                Pour the ingredients into the cake pan and place it into the oven
7.                Cook for 25-30 minutes until the cake is set in the center. You can use a tester inserted in the center and it is ready when the tester comes out clean.
8.                Allow the cake to cool for about 10 minutes in the pan before turning it out of the pan and letting it cool on a cooling rack.

Serving suggestions:

Serve with berries and some peppermint leaves and a cup of Oporto wine.

Nutritional information (per 100 g):

Energy: 500 Kcal
Proteins 5.06 g
CarboHydrates: 62 g.
Fibre: 2.5 g
Fat: 28 g. ( and who cares)
Minerals: Calcium 65 mg
                Sodium 120 mg
                Iron: 0.17 mg
                Iodine: 0,08 mg
                Magnesium: 25 mg
                Zinc: 1 mg
                Selenium: 3.3 mg
                Potassium: 180 mg
                Phosphorus: 40 mg.
Vitamins: B1    0.05 mg
                B2    0.3 mg
                B6    0.02 mg
                B12  0.4 mg
                A  0,4 mg        
                E   0,05 mg
                K   0,02 mg
                D   0,03 mg      


  1. Looks like a great recipe to cook in a rainy day. I'd love eating the dalmatian cake in an asturian evening with a great cup of coffee with milk. Thanks for your invention!

  2. It looks nice, very nice and yummy too.
    Now ,who's going into the kitchen to make it?

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    1. The photo makes me feel like baking one at home tonight, but the thing is that I am already on my bikini- workout thing and 500 calories are too many for this wonderful body of mine!

  4. By the way...Did the "original" recipe go wrong when baked? :)

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  6. One suggestion: you can create a zebra's cake if you change the chocolate. I think that you can prepare it for all of us, and then we can taste it.

  7. Great, it looks tempty and easy to cook. I would like to taste it so why don't you try to make it and give us a little bit so as we can taste it in class? ;-)


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