so who remembers the movie Matilda?
if that doesn’t age me i don’t know what does!
that movie was SO good, right?! didn’t you want to be Matilda and have magical “powers” to put the bullies in their place?!
and you cannot forget this scene… which possible is one of my favorite scenes in the movie.. i think we can all understand why…
when Principal Trunchbull made Bruce Bogtrotter eat an ENTIRE chocolate cake in front of the entire school for stealing a piece of her favorite cake from the cafeteria earlier.
why is this my favorite scene?!
while others were nauseous watching it, i was like “omg that cake looks SO good!!!! can i get in on this punishment?!”
but for reals.
that cake looked so dense and delicious, slathered in a chocolate frosting…..
ok ok, enough day dreaming and salivating Taylor.
what am i getting at you ask?!
the cake i’m about to bring you…
i can say most definitely reminded me of the cake from that scene!
and i can easily say it’s probably just as good may even better than Principal Trunchbull’s favorite slice!
moist (yes i hate that word too).
filled with flavor in every bite.
unlike Trenchbull’s cake.
of course! because would i steer you all off the path to creating and fueling those bikini ‘bods?!
so without further adue…. let’s get down to business so YOU can eat the
entire cake a slice of this ridiculously heavenly (can you put those words side by side? whateva) chocolate cake.
Chocolate Fudge Cake
3 tbsp Organic Unsalted Butter (or coconut oil), softened (melted in microwave for a few seconds)
1/4 cup Coconut Sugar
1/2 cup Organic Buttermilk
3 tbsp Egg Whites
1 tsp Vanilla Extract
2/3 cup and 2 tbsp Gluten Free Flour
1/3 cup Cacao Powder
2 tsp Baking Powder
1/2 cup Boiling Water
step 1: in a mixing bowl blend together butter and sugar until whippy and fully mixed.
step 2: beat buttermilk, egg whites and vanilla then pour into your butter mixture.
step 3: combine all your dry ingredients (flour, cacao powder, baking powder) then bring 1/2 cup of water to a boil, then pour that into your dry mix bowl. blend thoroughly.
step 4: pour that into the bowl with your buttermilk/coconut sugar bowl and blend until smooth!
step 5: pour into a baking dish, either 8×8 or a bread loaf like i did, either will work! and bake for 25-28 minutes or until center begins to rise.
cut it into 10 slices and enjoy in moderation!
Makes 10 Slice
HELLO AMAZING MACROS, RIGHT?! beat THAT Mrs.Trenchbull!