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Egg White Chocolate Bundt Cake

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This chocolate bundt cake is quick, foolproof and simply delicious. Besides that, it uses up all the egg whites left from preparing the raw food for my carnivorous cats. The cake has a moist and fluffy crumb and not overly sweet. I served it with a dust of icing sugar and fruit. You can pour a chocolate glaze over or serve with some whipped cream at side or atop a good vanilla ice cream if desired.

  • 310 g Egg whites, at room-temperature (about 10 medium)
  • 150 g Homemade vanilla sugar (or regular white sugar)
  • 150 g Butter, chopped
  • 150 g Dark chocolate (with at least 60% cocoa), chopped
  • 130 g White spelt flour
  • 40 g Cornstarch
  • Icing sugar and fruit to serve
  1. Butter a 24 cm bundtcake pan thoroughly and flour it well (besides flour, you can also use cacao powder or almond meal). Tip off the excess. Set aside.
  2. Place chopped butter and dark chocolate in a large heatproof bowl set over a pot of simmering water, making sure the water doesn't touch the bottom of the bowl. Stir occasionally as they soften. As soon as the chocolate begins to melt, remove the bowl. Preheat the oven to 175C/350F.
  3. Place egg white in the bowl of your stand mixer fitted with a balloon whisk. Beat until fluffy, then slowly add in sugar and continue beating until glossy and stiff.
  4. Sift the spelt flour and cornstarch together. Sift 1/3 of the flour mixture into the egg whites and fold to combine. Repeat with the remaining flour mixture in two additions. Now add in chocolate-butter mixture and fold until well combined.
  5. Spread the batter into the prepared cake pan and smooth the surface. Bake in the middle of hot oven for 20-22 minutes until a wooden skewer or chopstick inserted near the center comes out clean.
  6. Remove and leave the cake in the pan for 5 minutes, then carefully revert onto a wire rack to cool completely. Dust with icing sugar and serve with whipped cream and fresh fruit if desired.






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63 comments:

Tom 9/1/22 00:56

...Angie, you garnish your creations beautifully!

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Brian 9/1/22 01:19

Okay, we're all trying to figure out why we're so hungry now, yum!

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Martha 9/1/22 01:38

Oh yum!! I sure have missed all of your delicious posts Angie. I hope all has been well in your world. Happy new year! :)

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kathyinozarks 9/1/22 03:51

Looks delicious-happy weekend
Kathy

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J.P. Alexander 9/1/22 03:58

Gracias por la receta. La haré pronto. Te mando un beso

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shirleysimplerecipe 9/1/22 04:55

Hi! Angie, looks really delicious 😀!

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Vicki Bensinger 9/1/22 06:32

Beautiful cake. I love that it just calls for egg whites. Don’t you just love these moulds, they’re so pretty.

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Tarja K/Ruusu-unelmia ja villasukkia 9/1/22 07:38

Looks delicious and beautiful! Thank you for the recipe.

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Rose world 9/1/22 08:31

Your bundt cake so beautiful.

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Lola Martínez 9/1/22 10:13

Delicioso bizcocho que tiene dos buenas cualidades, el aprovechamiento y el dulce, para relamerse como tus gatos.
Un beso.

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DEZMOND 9/1/22 13:13

OMG where didst thou find fresh figs in the middle of winter??? LOL

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 9/1/22 13:52

Pure cake elegance to serve with a delicious flavor!

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Manuel Bermúdez. 9/1/22 14:52

Very interesting recipe, looks so good, I will make it, happy new year Angie.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 9/1/22 15:12

It looks so light and delicious, Angie! I love the texture of egg white cakes and chocolate is always a great idea :)

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Kitchen Riffs 9/1/22 17:53

Love the shake of bundt cakes, and the flavors in yours are outstanding. Really inspired dish. Thank you!

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Królowa Karo 9/1/22 18:34

You got this cake beautifully!

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savorthebest 9/1/22 19:30

Beautiful cake, I love the shape that bundt pans give to cake

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mjskit 9/1/22 19:58

Oh YUM! My mother used to make bundt xakes all of the time and I do miss them. This looks wonderful but then I do love anything with chocolate.

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rodzinatestuje 9/1/22 20:07

It looks amazing! Photos are so beautiful! :)

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bread&salt 9/1/22 21:19

Presentation is perfect Dear Angie! I would like to eat this beautiful cake and piece of fig with a hot cup of tea.

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Norma2 9/1/22 23:13

With the 10 egg whites shake you will surely have obtained a very airy sponge cake. Ideal to soak in some syrup flavored with rum.

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Cooking Julia 9/1/22 23:33

With my tea, I would love a piece of that nice cake!

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Happy Retiree's Kitchen 10/1/22 01:47

Using a bundt tin shows this delicious cake off beautifully Angie. I always have egg whites left over as well, and I need to use some cacao so this would be perfect. This one is on my must do list. Thanks so much. Hope you are well.

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Gingi 10/1/22 02:05

Ohhh, that looks absolutely heavenly!! - http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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Julie 10/1/22 05:13

What a beautiful tender crumb the cake has, lovely!!

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speedy70 10/1/22 08:47

Sarebbe perfetta ora a colazione!!!

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Veronica Lee 10/1/22 17:22

Your bundt cake looks divine, Angie!

Happy Monday!

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Balvinder 10/1/22 17:35

Another delicious recipe of yours, Angie!

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Marissa 10/1/22 21:55

What a great way to enjoy your egg whites, Angie. Love the texture of this cake.

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lisa is cooking 10/1/22 22:36

This sounds light and lovely with egg whites. I'd love a piece with a cup of tea!

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Gloria Baker 11/1/22 00:48

Looks amazing Angie I love bundt cakes!!!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 11/1/22 05:36

So this is almost a chocolate angel food cake. Yummy! And probably healthier for me right now!

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Yvonne @ Fiction Books Reviews 11/1/22 06:21

I don't enjoy dry cake, so I am more than happy to be guided by you saying that this is mix makes a good, moist cake.

Although I have to admit that I seldom have eggs in the house and my eyes nearly popped out when you said add 10 egg whites. I am not an egg lover unless they are hard-boiled, or they are scrambled to a very specific consistency. Poached or fried eggs do absolutely nothing to tempt me!!

A recipe which I shall probably store away for that 'just in case' time, even though it looks great! :)

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Nancy Chan 11/1/22 15:17

Looks beautiful and yummy.

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thepaintedapron.com 11/1/22 15:29

Bundt cake are my favorite, this is beautiful!
Jenna

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Jeff the Chef 11/1/22 15:39

I love the simplicity of the ingredient list! And chocolate cake is always welcome at my house!

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David 11/1/22 18:10

Angie, We love a good moist Bundt cake but for some reason, I don't remember ever having a chocolate version... Just never thought of it. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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Pam 11/1/22 18:37

What a beautiful & tasty bundt cake and a great use of leftover egg whites.

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Martyna 11/1/22 21:17

This looks very delicious 😊 I love white chocolate 😊

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Lovely 12/1/22 07:39

This cake looks absolutely delish!
xoxo
Lovely
www.mynameislovely.com

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New Classic r 12/1/22 13:02

I'll bet this is as light as a feather. Delicious.

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Suja Manoj 12/1/22 16:24

Beautiful cake, looks really delicious, yum!

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Raymund 12/1/22 22:22

For a bundt cake that looks like which I like. Great recipe

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Eva Taylor 12/1/22 22:24

What a gorgeous bundt cake; my dear Mom used to make many bundt cakes in her day, they were so pretty and delicious.
Eva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com/

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Evelyne CulturEatz 12/1/22 23:21

I love the texture of this cake!

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Tisa Jacob 13/1/22 03:45

The texture is beautiful, Angie- like a cloud.

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The Yum List 13/1/22 05:33

I am imagining this with a hot cup of tea.

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Sherry's Pickings 13/1/22 06:58

i do love me a bundt cake! great idea to use the egg whites.

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Noob Cook 13/1/22 15:08

What a luxurious and beautiful looking cake this is.

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My name is Erika. 15/1/22 00:17

Great idea Angie. I never know what to do with left over egg whites or egg yolks. It looks delicious.

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Paola 15/1/22 21:29

It looks so delicious! I love it!

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Lowcarb team member 16/1/22 00:35

Your Bundt cake looks delicious.

All the best Jan

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babYpose 16/1/22 03:46

Beautiful and looks fluffy, good with tea or coffee. Love it.

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Graciela Bacino 17/1/22 05:56

Total tentación!!
No te había podido dejar mi huella, pero estuve aquí.
Riquísima!! Gracias Angie!
Un abrazo!!
Hasta pronto!!

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Valentina 17/1/22 18:57

I love desserts made with egg whites only. So light and luscious. This one sounds amazing.
P.S. You have very lucky cats! :-)

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EASYFOODSMITH 20/1/22 14:35

The cake looks beautiful and so tempting!

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tigerfish 24/1/22 23:38

Great use of egg white leftovers. I am thinking what I would do if I had so much egg white leftovers since I don't bake. Ok, still something savory ;p

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