The chocolate cake came in a sophisticated gold gift box and was carefully wrapped in plastic to maintain freshness. When I placed the cake on the table in front of my kids, my oldest daughter exclaimed it was too pretty to eat. It sure didn’t stop them from grabbing forks to dig in though! It was difficult to take only one bite to taste this, but I managed to stop at just one bite before grudgingly handing the rest over to my children. They didn’t seem to mind that I couldn’t have more of the cake and devoured every forkful of cake until it was gone. I was glad it was a personal sized cake so the portions were just right for four small children.
The kids and I were in agreement that the Double Fudge Crunch Cake had a brownie like cake texture. Now, I am not a big brownie person. In fact, brownies don’t appeal to me at all and I usually pass them up at parties and get togethers. However, this cake was also topped with a chocolate chip and cinnamon oat streusel with dark chocolate glaze drizzled over it. To me, that is what made the cake! The streusel was crunchy and chewy and I love dark chocolate… well, almost any kind of chocolate is good, but the dark chocolate glaze was decandent! The cake was adorned with a decorative chocolate plaque imported from Belgium that said thank you and my thoughts were, no, thank you for such a delicious and delectable treat that our family thoroughly enjoyed!