Place the chocolateand butter in a saucepan over low heat and stir until smooth. And if I haven't bragged about it enough already, have I told you I got a mention in the The Daily South - Southern Living for my Homemade Oreos
When you are ready to serve the cake, sprinkle with Peppermint Crisp chocolate bars (or any crumbly peppermint chocolate bars) and then slice the cake diagonally so that you get a lovely biscuit/cream pattern happening
I find that this prevents the cake from sticking and also leaves no marks. I know you will appreciate that this is a Good Thing that I'm keen to share again, especially now that my readership is likely to attract more than two comments, with thanks to my friends Lorraine from NQN, and 'The Dog'
Place the chocolate broken into pieces and the butter in a bowl and melt in the microwave. Spread with a spatula the cream over the cake, garnish with cinnamon powder and serve the cake preferably cold (store the cake in the fridge)
I like a quiet afternoon, a cup of tea with a slice or two guilt-free cakes or biscuits. This post is linked to Cook like a Star, ALL Stars Anniversary organised by me, Bake for Happy Kids, Joyce from Kitchen Flavours and Mich from Piece of Cake