What could be tastier for a sweet tooth than tea drinking with a treat? A heart-shaped sweet treat that combines honey cakes, hazelnuts and chocolate icing with a cup of aromatic coffee with milk, for example. You have a chance to check it out, if you don’t find it hard to read our signature recipe in full and reproduce the heart cake in your favorite kitchen with your own hands. We can guarantee a charge of strong emotions during the cooking process and admiring exclamations of loved ones at the sight of finished baking. Isn't this what real hostesses dream of ...
By calling the cake the king of all dishes, we are right on target. Each of us, being present at the festive table, eagerly awaits the culmination in treats - dessert, saving a place for him in his tummy. Focusing on culinary dictionaries, information about the origin of cakes pops up, but it is amusingly divided into many interesting theories:
• Historians attribute the origin of the word cake to the XIII century, and the first confectioners consider the Egyptians, who baked in the distant past, bread sweetened with honey with the addition of nuts or dried fruits.
• There are also legends about sweet Italian pies, as about the "ancestors" of modern cakes, and such a well-known proverb "There is no arguing about tastes" is interpreted in Italian as "There is no arguing about cakes."
• The East can also be considered the founder of the kings of all dishes, with enchanting fragrant sweets, using milk, honey and sesame seeds, reminiscent of modern cakes in their forms.
Theories are theories, but you can't argue with facts. Based on confirmed information about French confectioners, who with 100% certainty can be called the founders of the world fashion for desserts, we will consider France the main country of all cakes, such as biscuit, meringue, etc. Show off your confectionery masterpieces, which are considered an integral part of any holiday table in now maybe in Russia, but it has long been customary in Russia to serve only sweet and beautifully decorated pies for the celebration.
As time went…
Our bakers borrowed world-famous recipes, supplemented them with their own variations, thereby transforming pies into holiday cakes of various shapes and symbols. For several years now, heart-shaped cakes have been especially popular, photos of which flash on the pages of culinary blogs on the World Wide Web. We decided to keep up with fashion and create this sweet miracle, putting all our love for confectionery into it and at the same time tell HozOboz readers how to bake a heart cake.
On the cake:
Modern trends in confectionery fashion dictate such a diverse combination of cakes, creams and decorations that all that remains is to give free rein to imagination and create, create, create...
• If we used honey cakes to make a heart-shaped cake, this does not mean at all that biscuit dough would not work. The biscuit goes well with chocolate icing, which means that as a variety option in the recipe, it would fit perfectly.
• Fluffy cream instead of condensed cream would make the cake lighter. We will definitely implement these experiments next time. Now we have just such a cake, very high-calorie, but the most delicious!
You don’t have to worry about the extra calories of truly high-calorie baked goods with chocolate icing. A good mood and a charge of vivacity from delicacies can only be compared with debilitating hunger strikes that will not bring anything good for the nervous system. Sweet tooths are the most cheerful people in the world, so let's always smile, especially since this is what we want with the onset of spring!