This cake is absolutely delicious! Fabulous and lovely cake! The cake is named for Schwarzwalde, a specialty of the Black Forest region in the state of Baden-Württemberg of Southwestern Germany. The cake grew increasingly famous in the 1930s, and its creation was attributed to several German pastry chefs, including Josef Keller of the Café Ahrend in Bad Godesberg in 1915 or 1927 and Erwin Hildenbrand of the Café Walz in Tübingen in 1930. The first known record of the term Schwarzwälder kirschtorte was in the German cookbook 250. Within a few years, nearly every German bakery offered their version of Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte and within a few decades it emerged as one of the most famous cakes in the world.
Ingredients: eggs, flour, butter, cocoa, baking powder, whipped cream, milk, chocolate
9 Inch cake serves 10-18