30 June 2013

Whiskey in a Jar chocolate cake






I love cakes or desserts in a jar I made others before, and I find this Whiskey in a jar chocolate cake that I really enjoy these.
Aniway if you dont want  use whiskey  you can use other like vanilla extract.

Source: Food Babble



Ingredients (5 /6 servings)

1/2 cup butter
300 g chocolate pieces
(chopped fine) or small chips semi sweet
1/2 cup White sugar
1/2 cup Brown sugar
1/2  cup all purpose flour
3 eggs
1/2 teaspoon baking poder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 cup whiskey (Jack Daniels or other)

Frosting
125 g butter
125 g cream cheese (like Philadelphia)
1 tablespoon milk or whiskey
2 to 3 cups powdered sugar

Method

In a double boiler, or in the microwave, melt butter and chocolate together, Stir well. Let cool.
Add butter and chocolate to a large mixing bowl with sugars.
Mix until well combined. Add salt, baking soda and baking powder.  Add  whiskey and mix well. Add eggs, one at a time, until incorporated . 
 Mix well. Pour batter into jars have been sprayed well with non stick spray.
Put the containers in a metal tray for oven baking to double boiler.
Bake at 180 ° by  40 to 45 minutes or until cakes pass the toothpick test.

Frosting
Cream softened butter and cream cheese  mix with electric mixer add sugar. Mix on low until combined. Turn mixer to high. Add the milk or whiskey until icing is light and fluffy.
Spread on the jars when they are cool and add some chocolate chips.
Refrigerate until ready to use.


Im sharing with
Mixitup


EN E$PAÑOL
Cakes con whisky en envases de mermelada





Este postre es muy fácil y  rico y a todos les encanta la presentación, ya he hecho algunas recetas anteriores con envases de mermelada a mi me encanta.

Si no tienen whisky puede ser coñac o ron igual da un sabor delicioso.


Ingredientes
(5 a 6 porciones)

1/2 taza de mantequilla
a temperatura ambiente
300 gramos de chocolate tipo bitter o cobertura
para derretir
1/2 taza de azúcar granulada
1/2 azúcar rubia
1/2 taza de harina normal ( sin polvos)
3 huevos
1/4 cucharadita de polvos de bicarbonato
1/4 cucharadita sal
1/2 cucharadita polvos de hornear
1/2 taza de whisky
 (siempre prefiero usar los frascos de mermelada más gruesos
aunque se hace a baño maría)

Cobertura
125 gramos de mantequilla
125 gramos de queso crema (tipo Filadelfia )
1 cucharada de leche o whisky
2 a 3 tazas de azúcar en polvo

Preparación

En un sartén u ollita colocar el chocolate a baño maría para derretir suavemente.(fuego medio)
Revolver de vez en cuando.
Dejar enfriar un poco.
En un bol unir la mantequilla, el chocolate y los dos tipos de azúcar.



83 comments:

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    1. ah! Hi betsy you are the first LOL

      really fun and easy!

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  2. was gonna ask where the name came from til i got down the ingredient list...whew...bet that adds just a kick...smiles...they look very cool in those jars too...

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    1. Yes Brian for this I say you can use only a Little or other but whiskey is really delicious!
      I use my jam jars and are really good!

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  3. 9 minutes....missed being #1 by that much...smiles.

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  4. Beautiful, Gloria! My family would love these...whiskey and all!!!

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    1. Thanks Lizzy I love whiskey in this récipe:)

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  5. Gloria, Good choice in Whiskey! Jack Daniels is the one for me, that's for sure... I must admit that I've never combined whiskey with chocolate though. We'll give it a try. Thanks and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Thanks David I think you and Laurie would enjoy chocolate and whiskey, thanks for coming, take care:)

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  6. They look delicious and to put them in those jars it's a real nice idea.

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    1. Thanks Valeria I really love desserts and cakes in jars!!

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  7. Oh my, that does look fantastic! I have not tried this in the jars yet. I will try these!!
    XO Kris

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  8. This sounds decadent and delicious!

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    1. Really are Mich ! chocolate and whiskey:)

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  9. Uh I like this, I just have to try not to use Peter's best whisky (or I use it but don't tell him :-)).

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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    1. Yes Alessandra I used the better whiskey ha! and nobody know LOL
      Anyway Esperanza is always looking I made because she say I always use the best drinks in food, are the best!

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  10. Lovely! This is a cheer me up dessert.I like your presentation too!

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  11. Good Morning Gloria, I love chocolate and my husband loves whisky.... so this gorgeous chocolate cake will fit the bill.
    Your recipes are always so lovely and we do enjoy them..... but oh, my expanding waistline.
    Have a fabulous day.
    Best Wishes
    Daphne

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    1. Thanks Daphne so is perfect dessert for you both! How you make in jars you can eat only one:))

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  12. Wow! These not only looks good but sounds good too with whisky!

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    1. Yes I have to say I love specially the whiskey in this récipe:)

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  13. After drinking a bit too much this weekend, the only way i can imagine ingesting whiskey is in dessert form! love these!

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    1. oh dear I know how are some weekends!:) but in dessert is delicious:)

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  14. "If you dont want use whiskey," shame on you! Ha.

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    1. yes but when I write the récipe I think if someones dont like whiskey, for me with whiskey of course:))

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  16. I love desserts served in jars and this one sounds delicious!

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  17. This looks delicious as always Gloria - but what about us that are on a diet? We need to fit into Grumpy's sexy boots! ;)

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    1. True Az but think in Grumpy eating all these food in Spain, so Im sure he isent on diet LOL

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  18. I LOVE desserts in jars, Gloria and I of course "like" whiskey too! Add some chocolate and I'm gone!!! Only one problem, I would like it NOW please:)

    Thank you so much for sharing...

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    1. Thanks Louise, I think the Picnic was amazing Louise, all these meals and lovely récipes! I love it!
      xo

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    2. The Picnic was really wonderful this year Gloria. We made some new friends and we stuffed our bellies! It doesn't get much better than that!

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  19. Que rico un cake en frasco! me encanta la idea. Tiene una pinta deliciosa! Besos

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  20. What a fab looking cake GLoria! Everything you make looks soooo good! Love you! xxoo

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    1. Thanks dear Marie , omy all you make look really good Marie:))

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  21. So pretty. I love desserts served in individual portions!

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  22. This dessert looks delicious and must be especially fragrant from the whiskey!

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  23. wow love this especially the addition of whiskey

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  24. This dessert looks amazing. I love desserts served like this.

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  25. Well, I was typing a comment and it disappeared in the middle of it...if you see it, let me know...that was weird.

    Anyway, what I was saying was something like this:

    I will definitely make this. It reminds me that I need to make the chocolate pudding with the pear in it. My family loved it. I hope all is well with you and your family. Much love and hugs!! XXOO

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    1. Thanks for stopping by dear Elsie yesterday I had a mess day, I have to travel to the beach because die a friend of mine, so sad:(
      I had a lot of problems in google thes edays special to comments!
      xo

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  26. Though teetotal, I will definitely go for the chocolate! :-)

    Greetings from London.

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  27. What fun! This is going on my must-try list. I know my family would enjoy thenovelty. Have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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    1. Thanks Mary this is a really nice a fun récipe!!

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  28. The perfect summer treat. Yes please!!!

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  29. Thanks Keith hope you have a nice July 4th!

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  30. Una fantastica golosità!!!! Bravissima!!!

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  31. Wow, I never knew there is such recipe ~ Thanks Gloria dear ~

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  32. Gloria que rico!!!
    me tinca mucho esta receta :)

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  33. This looks delicious--and I think it's the best name for a cake ever!

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  34. fantastica ricetta Gloria, buon weekend !

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  35. I have to find some cute little jars like those! Delicious and cute little cakes.

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  36. I've seen a lot of dessert in a jar lately and this is another cool recipe! I have to buy some jars and give it a try! Looks delicious!!

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  37. I'm not a fan of whiskey as a drink, but as a baking ingredient - yes please! These look fab :)

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  38. Wow I've never seen whiskey in a cake before! Sounds delicious, I love flavouring food with alcohol. Cut idea in the jars!

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