Swedish “Sticky” Chocolate Cake (Cookish) | Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street

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Swedish “Sticky” Chocolate Cake (Cookish)

45 minutes 20 minutes active, plus cooling

Swedish “Sticky” Chocolate Cake (Cookish)

This gooey-centered chocolate cake, a popular sweet in Sweden, is called kladdkaka, which translates as “sticky cake.” With only six ingredients (not counting the salt) and an easy dump-and-stir mixing method, what’s not to love? For our version, we brown the butter to add a subtle nuttiness, and we use brown sugar for its molasses notes. The cake can be served warm or at room temperature. Top slices with whipped cream, ice cream or gelato.

10-12

Servings

45 minutes

20 minutes active, plus cooling

Ingredients

  • sticks (12 tablespoons) salted butter, cut into 12 pieces

  • ½

    cup (40 grams) unsweetened cocoa powder, plus more to serve

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