Valentine’s Day is coming soon! Get your baking forms out and try this delicious cake shaped as a heart. If you don’t have a heart shaped baking form make a template out of paper and place it on the baked biscuit cake, then cut it out.
150 g sugar
1 pinch salt
100 g flour
1 Tbsp baking powder
6 sheets gelatine – Find them here
400 g frozen raspberries
200 g creme fraîche
400 ml heavy cream
1 package cake glaze Dr. Oetker, red – Find it here
100 g roasted almond slices
- Pre-heat oven to 175 degrees C or
- Grease the bottom of a baking form (round or heart shaped).
- Separate eggs, beat the egg white until firm.
- Mix egg yolks with 90 g sugar and the salt; beat until foamy using the double boiler method.
- Carefully mix in the firm egg white. Mix baking powder with flour and powder it over the egg mix and mix it carefully.
- Fill the dough into the form and bake it for 30 minutes.
- Let the biscuit cake cool off for 5 minutes then take it out of the form and place it on a baking grid, let it cool off completely, then cut it horizontal in 2 halves.
- Soak gelatine, defrost berries.
- Mix 200 g of the berries with 60 g sugar (puree them) and press it through a sieve.
- Add creme fraiche and mix it.
- Press all water out of the gelatine and mix it with the berries; beat cream until firm; before the berry cream gets firm add the whipped cream and mix it.
- Spread half of the cream on the lower heart piece; place second part on top and spread remaining cream over it.
- Add remaining raspberries on top and keep an edge of 1 inch (2cm).
- Make the cake glaze per instructions and pour it over the berries.
- Beat remaining heavy cream until firm and spread 2 third of it it around the outer edges of the cake where you would place the almond slices.edges.
- Fill remaining cream into a frosting bag and squeeze little frames in the 2cm wide edge around the raspberries.
- Decorate the edges with almond slices.