Chocolate cake - recipe

Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:59 PM
Since many of my friends started asking around which recipe I used and since most are not German speakers, I will post the recipe below:


6 eggs
2 sugar cups
1 oil cup
1 cacao powder cup
2 grinded hazelnut cups
2 flour cups
1 baking powder
2 yoghurt cups


The indicator for the cup is the yoghurt cup, you do not neet any other measurement tool.

The eggs (no division needed) will be slowly mixed with the sugar until they become creamy. Slowly add the oil and then the cacao powder, and mix until the lumps are gone

Separately mix the flour, with the hazelnut and the baking powder and then add it slowly to the above mass.

In the end add the yoghurt. The original recipe mentioned that you add grated chocolate but I skipped it due to caloric value :)

Add the mixture in a round form, and bake it for 50 minutes at 180°C.

Original recipe here.

Enjoy! I served it with whipped cream as in here.

P.S. In case your dough gets a bit harder (like mine did!), add 50ml cream and it will be simply great!



I've missed some posts as I'm on vacation. I was so sorry to hear about your accident. I hope and pray you will be completely well soon.

Hope you feel better soon. Ouch!

@Belle & Linda - today I am feeling better! Life is good!

Ooo! Yummy! Now, will you nip by and bake mine for me, please?

So glad to know you're feeling better.

@Desiree - thank you for your concern! I would gladly bake for you, but how to send you the result?

Looks super delicious. :-)

It was Misha :) all gone!

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