Chocolate Cake with Figs | Recipe

in food •  6 months ago


Friends, today I decided to start my day with chocolate baked goods and decided to make a delicious chocolate cake with figs.



Not so long ago I already used figs in my recipes and was very pleased with the result.



The figs makes the cake very tasty with a bright scent and I like how the figs gets soft in the baking process.



Also, the dough is perfectly impregnated with all the juices of figs and acquires a truly stunning taste. And it seems to me that chocolate and figs create an excellent combination of tastes.



If you like chocolate, then I think you'll like my new recipe for chocolate cake with figs.



Ingredients:

Eggs - 2 pcs.

Cocoa - 4 tbsp. spoons

Butter - 180 g

Sour cream - 100 g

Flour - 1 glass

Sugar - 1 glass

Figs - 6-8 pieces

Baking Powder - 1 teaspoon


Directions:


1. In a large bowl, mix the eggs, sugar and butter.

2. Add sour cream and cocoa and mix again.

3. In a separate bowl, mix flour with baking powder.

4. Then combine the chocolate mixture and flour mixture.

5. Lubricate the baking dish with butter and put half the dough. Then lay out the figs and add the second half of the dough.

6. Bake chocolate cake at a temperature of 180 degrees 20-25 minutes.



Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100



Bon Appetit!



Thanks for watching and your time, I always appreciate it!

Here you can see some of my recipes:

1. Healthy Cupcake
2. Pumpkin Cream Soup
3. Pizza with Tomatoes
4. Milkshake with Strawberries
5. Brownie with Mint
6. Tortillas with Nutella and Bananas
7. Cakes with Cream and Banana
8. Oatmeal Pancakes

Enjoy excellent day, friends!

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Now I wish I was a man.
I will come to marry you
So you will spoil me with lot of good foods @milaoz72
This is an amazing recipe
I must try this

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Hey i love chocolates and most of the peoples here in steemit do the same i guesss . THANKS for sharing this recipe out for us. I 'll definitely trying it... #chocolatelover

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Thanks for your words
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I love figs and can eat a lot of them. I tried them in biscuits, but not in cakes yet. Looks very delicious. Nice shot!

Your recipes look amazingly delicious! And your excellent photographs. :)

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Thank you so much!
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Thank you:-)

Hello! I like this cake.

i will try it

The sweet, succulent and nutritious fig was prescribed in ancient Greece to Olympic athletes. It provides energy, minerals and abundant fiber.

Properties of figs
Perhaps because it is such a sweet and juicy fruit, many people think it has a lot of calories. However, their caloric intake if consumed fresh is only slightly higher than that of apples.

And it also comes entirely from its natural sugars (glucose, fructose, sucrose). Your percentage of fats and proteins is negligible.

In addition to energy (74 calories coming mainly from the 14 g of carbohydrates found in 100 g fresh figs, or 249 calories in the same amount of dried fig) and lots of fiber, the figs provide minerals such as calcium and magnesium , especially concentrated in the dried fig.

Minerals in abundance
Potassium: it is the most abundant mineral in the fig: 232 mg / 100 g in the fresh and 680 in the dry one.
Calcium: the fig is the fruit that contains more calcium: 35 mg / 100 g in the case of fresh figs and 162 mg in dried figs.
Magnesium: with 17 mg and 68 mg per 100 grams of fresh and dry fig respectively, ensures calcium fixation:
Phosphorus: provides half that of calcium, the ideal ratio for the mineral balance of the skeleton and to keep bones in good condition.
Iron: dried figs help to obtain moderate doses of iron: a 50-gram serving covers 6% of the daily needs of women and 8% of those of men.
Manganese: this trace element participates in the formation of bones and tissues, in the coagulation of blood, in the functions of insulin and in the synthesis of cholesterol.
As for vitamins, vitamin K stands out and, in fresh figs, several of group B, such as B1, B5 and B6.

smacks lips yummy! How I love anything chocolate.
Nice recipe and beautiful pictures.

Nice post.
Tasty too.
Just followed you.