This is a multi-Tiered chocolate biscuit cake were served to the guests who attended the marriage of royal Prince William & Kate Middleton's yesterday. For those who want to try the following recipe ... this past crowded like this can make the cake for the wedding ..
A traditional English fruitcake will be served at Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding reception. However the future King of England's groom's cake is getting some global attention. The chocolate English biscuit cake is said to be one of the prince's favorite childhood desserts. Local chocolatier Elle Feldman showed Maria Neider how to make the no-bake confection on Ozarks Today this morning. The recipe posted below is from Princess Diana's chef.
You can also find Elle's signature homemade lavender marshmallows for your royal tea party at her Springfield patisserie in the historic Pickwick neighborhood. It's located at 1454 E. Cherry Street.
Chocolate Biscuit Cake (Source: www.ky3.com)
Serves 8 commoners.
From Eating Royally by Darren McGrady
1/2 teaspoon soft butter
8 ounces McVities rich tea biscuits
4 ounces soft butter
1/2 cup sugar
4 ounces dark chocolate
1 egg, beaten
8 ounces dark chocolate for icing
1 ounce white chocolate for decoration
1. Line the base of a spring form pan with silicone paper, and butter the sides. Break the biscuits into almond-sized pieces and set aside.
2. Cream the sugar and butter in a bowl. Melt 4 ounces dark chocolate and mix with butter, add the beaten egg and mix well. Add biscuits and coat well.
3. Pour into the pan, making sure the bottom is well covered as this will be the top of the cake when it is unmoulded. Let set in a fridge for three hours. Let partially warm outside of the fridge while 8 ounces dark chocolate and white chocolate are melted. Flip cake and drizzle chocolate on top.