We are always told that all we need is love. But sometimes a little bit of chocolate cake doesn’t hurt because it’s NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CAKE DAY! Be it a friend’s birthday, a farewell party or grandparents’ 50th wedding anniversary, this sweet pleasure will always be there for you.

Yes, SUCH DAY EXISTS and out of the valentine calendar! SET YOUR TASTE BUDS FREE.

Chocolate cake


Until the 1830s in America and The United Kingdom, Chocolate was a popular beverage. Cakes, as we think of them all frosted with icing did not exist. In fact, what was popularly understood as “chocolate cake”, was a white cake.  Although chocolate began to be used in sauces, the primary conception of chocolate as a liquid treat continued into the beginning of the 20th century.

Chocolate cake

According to the Dover Post, the chocolate cake was born in 1765 when a doctor and a chocolate maker annexed up in an old mill. Then what happens? The cocoa beans are crushed between huge millstones to make a thick syrup. (Mmmm…sounds delicious) The liquid is poured into moulds shaped like cakes, which are now meant to be transformed into a beverage.  Years later, in the 1800s, an Austrian chef created a unique dessert for a prince. He had spread jam between two layers of chocolate dough. After that, he slowly poured chocolate frosting over the dessert. Thus the blessing of the divine: chocolate cake!!

O. Duff and Sons created the first cake mix box with an instruction to just add water to the batter.

So go, bake, share and eat your CHOCOLATY CAKE. Here is how you can bake creamy, chocolaty, moist, eggless one!

Chocolate cake