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This is without a doubt the BEST chocolate truffle cake I've ever had. However, I had such a time getting the cake out of the pan that I nearly destoyed it. I double lined my pan, per a previous reviewers suggestion, but still had a heck of a time getting the cake to release. I plan to make it in the springform pan next time.

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fitgirl121 November 24, 2012

amazing chocolate cake, this is a dense rich slice of chocolate heaven, a chocolate lover's dream dessert and one i will make again very soon, thanks for posting LifeIsGood, this was made for KK's Chef's Pick forum game

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Kittencalskitchen December 13, 2009

"My life is forever changed" is how one guest commented on this fabulous dessert. It was so amazingly chocolate-y and rich. I've never had so many compliments on a recipe; I will be making this again and again. I made this from 2Bleu's book #231450, and this one is going into my 2009 faves! The directions were a little problematic for me; I wasn't sure why this would be either 1 hr 15 minutes or 1 hr 30 minutes, as there is no description of when it is done. Also, mine was completely glued to the pan (the directions don't say when to remove from the pan). Next time I will try 2 layers of parchment paper to see if one layer will release from the other. I had to pry it out of the pan, but once we frosted with the ganache it still looked beautiful. Thanks for sharing this amazing recipe!

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appleydapply March 29, 2009

I made this awhile back to see if it was something I could make for Valentine's day, and it was a chocolate lovers dream cake! What an awesome find! I made following the recipe and wouldn't change a thing! Yum yum!! Thank you!

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LouLouIzSpoiled February 07, 2009

This recipe made it into our Book #231450. - 02/01/08 When you said "decadence" you weren't kidding! This is awesome. I was intrigued with the idea of a flour-less cake, and being a chocoholic... this fit the bill. I downsized the recipe to a mini-loaf pan (quartered it) and cooked in water-bath as stated. It came out quite nicely. I only cooled the ganache to syrup consistency and poured over top and then dusted it with powdered sugar for presentation... (I know, but, I couldn't wait!) It came out nice and velvety and surprisingly cake-like. Thank you for this luxurious treat! ~Buddha

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2Bleu December 28, 2008

Oh, yes, this one is definitely for me! The tast of all that chocolate is like . . . well, it's GREAT! Next time I'd love to have this served with some kind of fresh berries, whether strawberry or raspberry or . . . Was gonna share this with some neighbors, but didn't ~ Kept is all right here at home! Thanks so much for sharing your great recipe! [Made & reviewed as a kidnapped recipe in the Aus/NZ Recipe Swap #16]

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Sydney Mike May 27, 2008
Chocolate Truffle Cake