Last week I did a little pre VD post about the sweet possibilities one could whip up in the kitchen for their paramour (or really anyone) and how much sweeter it is to make something yourself at home than it is to buy one of those heart shaped candy boxes. Anyway I included a recipe in this post for a lovely flourless chocolate cake that was first discovered on the men’s room wall of a Parisian restaurant. I go so carried away after making the cake that I neglected to take any after pictures, so I present to you today Gâteau Zoë in all it’s glory. A light rich bittersweet treat perfect for….really any day. Don’t forget the whip cream or ice cream, if you are feeling indulgent.Oh and I know I have thinking ahead, but this would also be a perfect dessert for Passover.
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