Devilish chocolate caramel popcorn cake -Jumalainen toffeepopcorn suklaakakku

I found this amazing recipe in Prima magazine and thought I should make it. Only because these days I eat so healthily that I cannot even remember when I had a slice of cake last. My colleagues laugh at my lunches at work as they are always some funny super food -but I like it! I feel so rejuvenated when I don’t eat any dairy or eggs and to be honest I do not miss them even for a bit. When people come for a visit like last weekend for a BBQ I just feel I need to cook something ordinary and not too ”alternative” so I went for this super mainstream British style sweetness extravaganza!
This cake is a winner have to say. It is like everything devilish in a same package. The cake is more like a huge soft cookie and with caramel sauce, whipped cream and chocolate popcorns it cannot go wrong. This is not for health freaks but people who enjoy super sweet things -my dear husband had two slices in one go. I recommend to try this, it is so good!
Cake for 8-10 people:
100ml water

175g plain chocolate

200g butter

200g self-raisin flour (or flour with baking powder)

300 light muscovado sugar

25g cocoa powder

1 tbsp baking powder

4 eggs ( I used Orgran egg replacer powder)

Whipped cream and caramel chocolate popcorns to decorate the cake.
1. Heat the oven to 180 celsius degrees.
2. Place hot water in a small pan with chocolate and butter and heat up until melted.
3. Mix flour, sugar, cocoa powder and baking powder in a mixing bowl. Beat the eggs in and pour chocolate mixture and mix until smooth.
4. Pour in to the baking tin or if you want to have a layer cake place the mixture in two separate cake tins.
5. Bake for 30 minutes.
6. Add caramel sauce and whipped cream on top and decorate with chocolate caramel popcorns.