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I ruined my flourless chocolate cake. What can I do with the resulting mess?

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I ruined my flourless chocolate cake. What can I do with the resulting mess?

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cmacmi | | Jun 10, 2011 11:07 PM

My flourless chocolate cake is a disaster, maybe because my chocolate seized. What happened? The topmost layer is basically oil (well, butter of course) and the bottom is like a chocolate creme brule.

This is awful, especially because I used expensive Callebaut chocolate. Is there anyway I can take this mess and turn it into an edible dessert? It was for a party tomorrow.

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