Sinfully sweet: Chocolate truffle cake

 

 

 

When is a cake not just a cake? When it’s spiked with orange zest, topped with chocolate truffles and frosted with the silkiest chocolate frosting EVER!

This chocolate masterpiece was the creation of home cook Angela Gray. Perfect for Valentine’s Day, or any special occasion, show your sweetie you care with this delightful chocolate confection.

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