today I am making Chocolate KitKat Cake I am making this in a saucepan You will not need any tin or pressure cooker for this cake. I will make this cake in saucepan in simple way I will make a KitKat Themed cake decoration today So let’s start but before that please subscribe my channel and press the bell icon Firstly, we need to make the batter for the cake ¾ Cup Or 200 ML Condensed Milk ¼ Cup+2 Tbsp Water 1 Tsp Vanilla Essence Mix Well 1 Cup Wheat Flour 2 Tbsp Powdered Sugar 2 Tbsp Cocoa Powder 1/2 Tsp Baking Soda 1/2 Tsp Baking Powder Mix Well 2 Tbsp Oil 5 Tbsp or 50 Grams Melted Butter Mix Well Mixture is ready Pour the batter Spread it evenly Take a tawa and make it hot Place sauce pan Bake for 45-50 minutes on low flame Cool down from sometime Cool down from sometime Cut cake horizontally into three layers 3/4 cup Whipping Cream 1 Tbsp Chocolate Ganache Chocolate cream Mixture is ready Soak with sugar syrup Spread chocolate cream Put second layer Soak with sugar syrup Spread chocolate cream Put last layer Soak with sugar syrup Spread chocolate ganache Freeze for an hour Stick Kitkat Divide top part of the cake into 4 Choco Chips Gems Rice Ball Orange candies .so here I am with my super huge serrated knife and I’m cutting the cake on the counter instead of a turntable so brownie points for that I guess but you could just use a regular serrated knife which is it like like a regular knife in your kitchen to cut your Chocolate KitKat Cake.lasers you’ll be filling them again with a regular knife if you have it on hand and a serving platter that’s nice and flat or just a plate will do the trick as well use that knife appel a knife to fill in your cake layers of frosting you’ll notice I’ve only used one Chocolate KitKat Cake.
here and I’ve cut it into three layers basically I wanted to make sure that my Chocolate KitKat Cake was going to be much shorter than the KitKat that way the Kit Kats could create a dam at the top and stop all of my little treats from spilling off the cake. turn your cake stand as you use your knife or a pillow knife to move the frosting around and this is just to make sure that it’s nice and flat double-check that your Chocolate KitKat Cake uses the height that you want and then create a crumb coat I’ve used black frosting here not for any other reason. then I just had a whole bunch of it left over however the outside you do want to color as close as you can to a KitKat so maybe you might use chocolate ganache and that way if you see through the cute cat it’s kind of colorful ash because the frosting is already brown anyway and so just won’t look as funny here I’ve taken a ruler and I’ve gone around the sides to clear it up and also to bring that little frosting to the center hope you Chocolate KitKat Cake in the fridge for about 20 minutes and make a piping bag with some baking paper I’ve taken a square cut two
triangles and then take in each corner from the science and I’ve curled it up to meet the very top corner. when it’s nice and tight fold it over and you’ve got yourself a piping bag very very easy clean up your cake board.otherwise when you add your lust dust later it’s gonna stick to the cake pot and I’ve taken a hot knife to cut the Kit Kats I’ve warmed it up so that it cuts through the chocolate a lot easier and it creates a much sharper much cleaner cut than your chocolate and my toppings at the ready so that is Oreo cookies salted caramel popcorn Maltesers and a doughnut I’ve taken the Kit Kat Hobbs added a little bit of frosting at the back and then stuck them to my cake keep them nice and tight and make sure that the bottom is touching the cake board. firmly so you know it’s going to be standing straight up and not going on lopsided if you’re enjoying these tutorials are feel free to subscribe we do upload a new cake decorating video. every week and you don’t have to use keycaps here you could use wafer sticks as well they look really really nice the very last key cat didn’t fit so I just shifted some around and then added one stalk of KitKat to complete that pattern in go my decorations. so again I’ve got those doughnuts I’ve cut one donut in half so that kind of looks like it’s coming out of the cake. and then just randomly placing all of my toppings being mindful that I don’t want to cover the front of the doughnuts I want those sprinkles to show through really well and I just don’t want them to suddenly lose their height for the decoration on the side of the Chocolate KitKat Cake.
I’ve taken some baking paper make sure that it’s flush with the base of the cake board stuck it together and then gently pulled it up so you would expose only half of my Kit Kats this is going to create a musk for when we add on our edible luster dust this is my sweet steaks au and I’ve just taken a large blush brush and I’m dusting directly on to the Kit Kats chocolate is amazing it retains that lust dust really really well and it shines through brilliantly just off any excess and then unwrapped the baking paper i unwrapped it off the cake rather than pulling it up because if you were to pull it up it risks smudging your gold dust add some double-sided tape to a ribbon and then wrap it around that line so it kind of hides where the gold dust ends and begins and there is our finished cake very easy to do super beginner level as well and you can do it without any fancy cake decorating tools the beauty about this is if you aren’t really happy or convinced with your crumb coat it hides can breathing like I mean everything including the top of the cake so still looks pretty pro and you don’t need any experience in cake decorating to do it.