Chocolate Chip Cookie Celebration Cake

Cake. We all love a slice of cake no matter what the celebration! It's a lot more thoughtful to bake someone a cake for a special occasion as opposed to buying one and it tastes SO much better too! I have created the ultimate cake recipe that will suit any occasion, be that a birthday, new year's eve, an anniversary or graduation. This chocolate chip cookie cake is filled with lots of milk and white chocolate chips, tasty chocolate buttercream icing and a light, but indulgent chocolaty sponge. It's decorated delicately and decadently with both vanilla and chocolate buttercream icing using different types of piping. Cookies placed around the edge of the cake make the celebration cake complete; whatever the occasion, it's sure to be the talk of the party!



Ingredients                                            For decoration
6 oz self-raising flour                               12 oz icing sugar
2 oz cocoa powder                                    6 oz softened butter
8 oz caster sugar                                       3 oz cocoa powder
8 oz margarine                                          2 tbsp of milk
4 medium eggs                                          1 pack of cookies
100g of chocolate chips

Preparation. Pre-heat oven to 170°C and grease two round cake tins (or line with baking paper). Doing this will make it easier for your cake to come out when baked.

*Serves 14 people

1. Mix together margarine and caster sugar until smooth and creamy in consistency.
2. Next, add in half of the self-raising flour, cocoa powder, eggs and chocolate chips and blend together until the mixture is smooth and thick. Repeat this step with the second half of the mixture. By now, your cake mix should look smooth and smell delicious!
3. Once the mixture has combined, evenly pour the chocolaty mixture between two cake.
4. Following from that, place your cake into the oven and bake for 20-25 minutes.
5. Remove your cake from the oven once baked. Leave to cool completely.



6. Carefully remove the cakes from the tins and place onto a large plate. To make the chocolate buttercream icing, mix the butter and sieved icing sugar and cocoa powder together until smooth and light. Spread a generous amount of the icing on one cake and carefully place the other cake on top (you can always make more icing if you run out!).
7. Pour the rest of the chocolate buttercream icing into a piping bag. Pipe the design of your choice creatively around and on top of your cake, making sure to leave no gaps.
8. To complete your chocolate chip cookie cake, place cookies neatly around the edge of the cake. Now your cake is ready to serve and enjoy! Delicious! 

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