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Coconut cake with dark chocolate bites
Coconut cake with dark chocolate bites
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A traditional sponge cake with coconut flakes and dark chocolate bites which is a perfect cake to serve after a good dinner. The cake is very moist so it is almost impossible to overcook it in the oven. The chocolate bites will be a pleasant surprise as you take the first bite.

Ingredient List for 10 servings:
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180 gr Coconut flakes
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3 Eggs
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150 gr Sugar
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40 gr Flour
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65 gr Dark chocolate
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125 gr Margarine
Oven temperature:
175 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Preheat the oven with electrical heat at 175 degrees Celsius.
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Butter a round baking form with margarine and sprinkle some coconut flakes in the form.
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Melt the margarine slowly in a casserole. Take away the casserole from the stow an let the margarine cool down for five minutes.
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Cut the chocolate in preferred sizes.
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Whip the sugar and the eggs until it becomes fluffy and white in color.
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Pour down the margarine in the mixture while still stirring.
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Add the coconut baking powder and the chocolate and stir it all together gently.
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Pour the batter in the baking form.
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Place the cake in the lower part of the oven for fifty minutes.
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Take out the cake from the oven and let it cool down before you flip it over and place it on a plate.
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