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Chocolate Terrine

Creamy chocolate filling layered with a light chocolate sponge. Rich and chocolatey.

Chocolate Terrine

Notes

Grease the loaf tin before lining with Glad Wrap, this will make the wrap easier to smooth out.

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Posted by NB2 • 3y ago • Report
It is a chocolate liquer. I do not have this but I use chocolate extract from the supermarket.
Posted by Huda Abu Hamdia • 5y ago • Report
hi dear.. what is the "Crème de Cacao" ??
Posted by Scarlet Devil • 5y ago • Report
It's like a baked mousse - it's very thin so doesn't take long to cook!
Posted by Philippa Wightman • 5y ago • Report
Thanks! Just making sure. Going to try the terrine this week - kids birthday in 4 weeks - going to do a trial run! Daughter Jess will be best pleased... thanks again for a wonderful recipe.
Posted by Scarlet Devil • 5y ago • Report
Kind of 'sets' more than cooks!
Posted by Philippa Wightman • 5y ago • Report
Honeypot, one question, should there be flour in the sponge/cake? Or is it more of a baked mousse? Am definitely giving this one a try!
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