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Join me for another GIANT SIZE CANDY Bar Creation - Today I show you how to make a Giant m&m and turn it into a CAKE!
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Link to template for the 'm':
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Link to video for chocolate cake method etc: (full recipe below)
Here's the ganache recipe:
1 1/4 cups heavy (whipping) cream
21 ounces / 600g dark chocolate
Here's a helpful video on melting and thinning chocolate:
Here's my DIY Marshmallow Fondant recipe:
You'll need:
1 Batch of chocolate cake
1.5 batches of chocolate ganache
3 bags of red candy melts
Approx 4 cups assorted sized m&m's candies
White fondant (approx 50g)
2 metal bowls (same size)
A skillet or frypan (larger than your bowls)
Super sharp knife (or craft knife)
2 x metal bowls (approx size 9" diameter x 4" high)
m&m's template (link above)
Here's the full chocolate cake recipe:
(Yield: 1 giant m&m cake)
340g / 12oz Plain flour, sifted
315g / 11oz Caster sugar (USA - granulated)
225g / 8oz Butter, softened (eqv. 2 sticks)
225g / 8oz Water, room temperature
55g / 2oz Unsweetened cocoa
3 x 65g/2.2oz Eggs, room temperature (ex-large)
40g / 1.4oz Vegetable oil
4 tsp Baking powder
2tsp Vanilla
1. Preheat oven to 350f / 180c / Gas Mark 4
2. Combine baking powder and flour together and stir to combine
3. Add sugar, butter, water, eggs, cocoa, oil and vanilla and beat on low speed with an electric mixer using a whisk or paddle attachment until all ingredients are just combined
4. Beat on high speed until mixture lightens in colour and becomes fluffy (approx. 1.5 - 2 minutes)
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