Hello my little baker bees, I posted this devilishly delicious dessert just over a month ago, and I'm thrilled I've gotten round to writing her up on here now. I love experimenting with alcohol (while also drinking it, of course) and matching the right libation with the right confection. On more than one occasion it doesn't work, but this one is honestly a match made in heaven... or should I say hell (lame Auntie joke, but you get my point). This came out extra lovely, if i do say so myself!
You may also be pleased to know that Devil Food Cake has fewer calories than a regular chocolate cake, which is perfect for those of us who can't visit the gym right now... And also love chocolate as much as I do (I could bathe in it, i swear... sorry for the horrid visual but its true).
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Lucille L'queur's Fresh Tips
It's best eaten while fresh when possible, but of course you can store any leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days.
Leftover buttercream frosting can be covered tightly then stored for up to one week in your fridge (or up to 3 months in your freezer). Thaw in the fridge, then beat on medium for a couple of seconds. and its it ready & creamy again.