used chocolate chips since you don't have to chop them up! Super easy,rich and delicious. The torte crumbled a bit when I took it out of the cake pan, but it tasted great so noone cared how it looked!
Flourless Chocolate Torte
karynmorse Posted: 02/24/11
Darlynne Posted: 03/22/10
My sister was diagnosed last year with Type 2 diabetes and we were looking for a dessert recipe that wouldn't adversely affect her blood sugar. This delicious torte is absolutely perfect and has been the subject of rave reviews every time we've prepared it. I added a glaze of semi-sweet chocolate, butter and cream and now it's the most requested dessert we've ever made. Elegant, easy to prepare, very little sugar and flawless. Thank you!
MandaKate Posted: 07/14/10
Made to rave reviews. Used a mixture of bittersweet and semi-sweet chocolate and topped with some sugared black & red raspberries. Watch the time as due to the oven I was using, it did not need the full 25 minutes.
lammele Posted: 06/25/11
This recipe is to die for! I have made it several times now and it is absolutely heavenly. My husband loves it - he says its between a brownie and fudge. A tablespoon of vanilla is quite a bit to use so I have been using Frangelica in its place and it is wonderful. Due to one of the reviews, I check it around 20 minutes with a cake tester and if it comes out clean, I take it out of the oven so not to overbake it.
bjc1138 Posted: 02/11/12
Great recipe! I used a water bath below the springform, resulting in a slightly longer cooking time. Once cooled, I piped home made whipped cream around the edges, and placed strawberry halves around the circumference. The result was enjoyed by all! I will make this again for sure! FYI, I used 8 oz of Hershey's special dark (on hand), and 8 ounces of Lindt 70% dark (on sale).