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Want to impress your children at tea time? Here is an original idea of ​​cake: the choco-train. Delicious to eat - at first sight - it is made with a simple chocolate cake and some "more" clever.

A recipe offered by Marie Gervais on her website Education-creative

The choco-train (4 pics)

A wonderful recipe

Delicious to eat eyes, a cut chocolate cake, topped with melted chocolate and biscuits.

Make your usual chocolate cake or this express recipe:

100 g dark chocolate, 100 g butter, 100 g flour, 100 g sugar, 3 eggs and 1/2 tsp. coffee baking powder.

Melt the chocolate with the butter for 2 minutes in the microwave at medium power. Smooth and let cool 3 min.

Stir in the sugar, then the eggs one by one. Add the flour and the yeast.

Pour this paste into a flexible mold (Flexipan type) or into a buttered porcelain dish. Cook for 3 minutes in the microwave oven at maximum power. Unmold the cake once warmed.

Roll small wagons

When your cake has cooled, cut out 4 square shapes.
2 will be used as wagons. Cover them with a thin layer of melted dark chocolate.
Put the wagons on boudoirs and with short chocolate shortbread, make the wheels. Thanks to the melted chocolate, they will adhere to the wagons.
Decorate with small, sweet colored vermicelli.

The locomotive

Overlay the other 2 pieces of cake to make the locomotive.
Plant a Russian cigarette up for the fireplace and half a boudoir at the front of the locomotive.
Cover it with a thin layer of melted dark chocolate.
Make 4 wheels with short chocolate biscuits.
Decorate with small, sweet colored vermicelli.

Choo Choo !

Put the locomotive in front ... and admire!
It's almost a shame to eat this pretty choco-train ... but hey!

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