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  1. Christine Smith says

    Tried this last week, it is delicious!.. being coeliac I used gluten-free flour which can make dry, crumbly cakes, but I added zantham gum and a little glycerine and it stayed moist until we finished it … lovely cake or pudding … thankyou!

    • joskitchenlarder says

      I’m so happy you’ve enjoyed the cake Christine, it really is music to my ears. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks so much for the tip on how to make it gluten free without the loss of moisture too. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Angela / Only Crumbs Remain says

    This looks sooooo delicious Jo! I have to admit that I’ve never tried caugetter cake before, but hearing your words of it being super moist and fudgey (and super chocolately – always a winner!) I know it’d be popular with our family! Pinning.
    Angela x

  3. Eb Gargano | Easy Peasy Foodie says

    Wow this cake looks and sounds totally scrumptious and I definitely think it counts as healthy if it contains a vegetable AND dark chocolate, I mean it’s practically a superfood, no? ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks for linking it up to #CookBlogShare! Eb x

  4. Corina says

    I would love to try this out on my family! My husband hates courgettes and only one of my children sometimes eats them so it would be an interesting experiment. It sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing with #CookOnceEatTwice

    • joskitchenlarder says

      I promise you, they will be none the wiser, unless they see you bake it! All the courgette does here is help to keep this cake moist and it does it well! ๐Ÿ™‚ x

    • joskitchenlarder says

      Thanks Nat! Same here which is funny really as I’m the only one who likes courgettes as a veg. My hubby and two boys cannot stand it. The best bit is when my 6 year old helps me make the cake and adds grated courgette to the mix with utter disgust saying “It’s really weird I can’t taste it mummy but it’s a good thing” ?x

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