Belgian Dark Chocolate Espresso Terrine | Baking Kit | ~10-12 servings
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Incredibly rich, indulgent, and gooey on the inside, a dark chocolate terrine is almost like a baked Nama chocolate. It offers structure, and can be served both warm and cold, the key characteristic of a Terrine is its molten-like, custardy insides. We made this with coffee to balance out the flavours, and we can tell you it is one indulgent treat! This is a flourless treat, and relies on good quality ingredients to make it an amazingly, decadent treat. This kit comes with quality cream and Belgian dark chocolate.
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- Choosing The Right Eggs
- Have Your Own Measuring Cylinder?
- Storage & Expiry
- Belgian dark chocolate couverture
- Unsalted butter
- Granulated sugar
- Heavy cream
- Coffee powder
- Cocoa powder
- Measuring cylinder
- Parchment paper
- 6 medium eggs
*medium eggs weigh 55g w/ shell
- 1 large heatproof bowl
- 1 medium bowl/jug
- 1 small bowl
- 1 medium pot
- 1 whisk
- 1 spatula
- 1 medium loaf pan (7.5” x 3.5”)
- 1 large dish/pan (at least 2” tall, big enough to fit the loaf pan in)
- Sieve (for dusting)
Approximately ~1 hrs.
A dark chocolate terrine relies on an undercooked center to achieve that creamy texture. Consuming raw or undercooked eggs may carry a risk of salmonella infection. Consuming raw or undercooked eggs is not advisable for young children, older adults, expectant mothers, and people with weakened immune systems.
Please make sure to take care!
For delivery information, please visit this page. You may select your delivery dates on your cart page (just before checkout).
Every one of our recipes was created to use medium-sized eggs, as that is easily found in the supermarket. To make sure your eggs are the right-sized, get eggs that weigh 55g with shell. To determine that, follow the steps below when buying your next carton:
- Check the label for the total weight of all the eggs.
- Take that number and divide it by the total number of eggs in the carton
- The answer should be ~55g.
Carton of 10 eggs > Total weight = 550g > 550/10 = 55g
If you have your own measuring cylinder(s), and do NOT want to receive a measuring cylinder in your kit for environmental reasons, please feel free to submit a note at checkout, in the box titled: Note To Bakestarters.
Remove cold ingredients from the bag and store in the refrigerator. Store Bakestarters bag in a cool, dark and dry area. Follow the expiry dates stated on the individual packs. The ingredients will be at least 4 weeks from expiry, so please select your preferred delivery dates accordingly.