A simple pantry chocolate cake is elevated by an easy hazelnut praline and the flavorful addition of Vanns Hazelnut Extract.
Vegan baking is wonderful for those who don't eat animal products, but it's also great for people who want to whip up a dessert out of common pantry ingredients. There no heavy cream needed, no copious quantities of butter or eggs or milk in this cake -- simply a collection of ingredients that you likely have in your pantry already. An easy praline topping elevates the cake, and Vanns Hazelnut Extract bolsters the classic combination of chocolate and hazelnut. Not too sweet, and full of flavor, this is a dessert you'll be happy to have in your repertoire for an impromptu dinner party or nudge of your sweet tooth.
Makes 1 cake, serving 8-12.
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