For a sophisticated and delicious dessert, try any one of our chocolate torte recipes. Perfect for dinner parties and special occasions, we have dark chocolate torte, white chocolate torte and more.
A generous amount of good-quality dark chocolate makes this Continental-style cake beautifully moist and rich – just a small slice will satisfy any sweet tooth. It’s perfect with a cup of coffee, or try it warm for dessert, with a spoonful of soured cream or Greek-style yogurt and some fresh berries.
This is an unbelievably delicious dessert. The base is different from your usual biscuit base, but just as easy to make. The no-bake white chocolate mousse filling is made with Greek yoghurt for a light and refreshing flavour. Topped with morello cherry preserves, this is a stunning torte that is deceptively simple to make!
My variation of this classic Austrian cake! You can if you choose pipe the traditional 'SACHER' across the top in icing.
This is a decadent Hungarian chocolate cake that's perfect for a dinner party dessert. It takes a little while to make, but the results are really worth it. It's rich, chocolaty and utterly delicious.
Deliciously naughty dark chocolate torte! For adults only :) Flavoured with rum, this torte requires no baking.
Rich with dark chocolate and ground almonds, this flourless torte is incredibly indulgent - and gluten free. I'd still add a curl of shaved chocolate and a spoonful of whipped cream!
A brilliant Black Forest chocolate torte cake which is soaked in Kirsch liqueur, with cherry filling.
This is a very elegant chocolate cake with a rich glossy chocolate and coffee icing.
This is a flourless chocolate cake with a twist - the mix is divided into two parts; the first is baked and the second is chilled and later tops the baked layer. Topped with whipped cream and served chilled, it is a divinely creamy and chocolaty cake. Use fresh eggs and good quality chocolate - preferably with 70% cocoa, and don't over-bake the base.
A wonderful chocolate torte with whipped cream and nuts. It needs to be left in the fridge for a few hours for the flavours to come together, so make it the evening before for best results. A great make-ahead dessert for parties.