Milka cake is a delightful treat that combines the rich, creamy flavor of Milka chocolate with the moist, soft texture of cake. This indulgent dessert is a favorite among chocolate lovers, as it features layers of chocolate cake infused with Milka chocolate ganache and often topped with a generous layer of Milka chocolate glaze.


For 2 cakes:

•4 eggs
•4 tablespoons of white sugar
•4 tablespoons of flour
•1 teaspoon of baking powder
•3 tablespoons of pure cocoa
•4 tablespoons of warm water

For the cream:

•670ml of milk
•70g of cornstarch
•2 and 1/2 tablespoons of sugar
•80g of white chocolate (good quality so that it melts well)
•160g of butter
•100g of icing sugar

For the chocolate coating:

•140gr of milk chocolate (I used Milka)
•3 tablespoons of milk
•100g of butter


For the cakes:

1. Beat the eggs well with the sugar.  Sift the flour with the cocoa and baking powder, then add it to the egg mixture and mix everything gently with a spoon.

2. Finally add the water and mix again.  Divide the dough into 2 halves and pour them into 2 20cm diameter molds lined with baking paper.  If you don’t have 2 molds, bake one first and then the other.

3. Put in the oven preheated to 200ºC and bake for 15 minutes.

For the cream:

1. Mix 100ml of milk with the sugar and cornstarch, mix well and save for later.  Pour the rest of the milk (570 ml) into a saucepan.  Add the white chocolate and cook over low heat until it boils.

2. After it boils, add the saved mixture and continue heating over low heat (do not stop mixing) until it thickens.  When the mass is thick (like custard) remove it from the heat and wait for it to cool down a bit.

3. Finally, beat the soft butter with the icing sugar, when it is well beaten, add the cream (do not stop beating, to remove the lumps)

For the chocolate coating:

1. Melt all the ingredients in a water bath and mix well.

2. Finally assemble the cake.

3. On a plate put a cake.  On top of the cake, pour half of the cream, and on top of the cream, pour half of the chocolate coverage, cover everything with the other cake.


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