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Chocolate Avocado Cake(s)

by ysoldateague February 04, 2008

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So, so good. These are disappearing fast.

Beat together, I used a hand held blender but a wooden spoon and some effort will work too:

1 very ripe medium avocado
3 eggs
1 tbsp runny honey
4oz light muscavado sugar

Then fold into the beaten mixture:

4oz plain flour, I used half wholemeal and half white
2oz ground almonds
2oz cocoa powder
2tsp baking powder

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Bake at 180c until a skewer inserted into the center comes out clean. I happened to have some leftover coffee icing in the freezer so I used that on some of them. They’re also wonderful with greek yogurt.

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