Kinder Cake

Kinder cake
Kinder cake


  • 6 eggs,
  • 12 tablespoons sugar,
  • 12 tablespoons ground walnuts,
  • 50 g chopped walnuts,
  • 4 tablespoons flour,
  • 600 ml milk,
  • 3 tablespoons density,
  • margarine,
  • 15 g powdered sugar,
  • 4 bags of sour cream,
  • 250 g chocolate,
  • 1 kg chocolate cream,
  • a little baking powder.

Preparation of crust:

  1. 6 egg whites mix with 6 tablespoons sugar, 12 tablespoon of ground nuts (or poet), 1 tablespoon of flour and a little baking powder.
  2. Grease a baking pan and sprinkle flour and spread it to 50 g. chopped walnuts (or poet) and to deliver the mass of the crust for the cake and stoves.
  3. After the reverse surface.

Preparation of fill:

  1. Stuffing I: Whisk 6 egg with 6 tablespoons sugar, add 3 tablespoons flour and 3 tablespoons density and a little torture with 600 ml of milk. This brew of money to be thick. Whisk a margarine with 150 g of sugar powder and add to cooled cream. All good whisk and add half of the pre-made whipped cream and set to cool. Divide it into two parts. In the first place 250g molten chocolate, the other remains yellow.
  2. Stuffing II: 1 kg. chocolate cream Facing surfaces (with chopped nuts on top) is chocolate cream coating and through him the spoon thin yellow and brown until all filling is reached (the chessboard). Top with three coats of the cream and decorate.

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2 Responses to "Kinder Cake"

  1. I am welcomed guests for my birthday a few days ago. I made the cake, “Kinder”. I can tell you is fantastic, but it is not easy to make. It took me about 3-4 hours to finish. I’m a little deprived of sugar so as not to be too sweet for those hot summer days. Everyone is really, really liked. The guests were just amazed.
    No matter, Kinder cake would be my recommendation for all. You will not go wrong if you choose to celebrate it like a birthday.

  2. Hello! Quick question, how long are you baking the crust and what’s the best temperature for stove? And what kind of chocolate cream are you using? Is it liquid? Can i use nutella? Or is it ok to melt chocolate and to get a liquid chocolate? Thank you!


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