Dark Chocolate Dulce de leche soft cake

Dive into a world of decadence with with just four simple ingredients. Featuring the luxurious Dark Belgian Chocolate Dulce de Leche by Myanbah, this recipe crafts two exquisite cakes with a dense, velvety texture. A harmonious blend of eggs, flour, rich dulce de leche, and butter, these cakes are crowned with a lavish drizzle of dulce de leche and adorned with fresh strawberries. Experience the epitome of dessert perfection!

This recipe makes 2 small cakes




To serve:
  • 1/4 Jar of dulce de leche dark Belgian chocolate

  • Fresh strawberries or your choice of berries

  • Some melted butter to coat ramekins or small baking dish

  • Some loose all-purpose flour to dust on ramekins or small baking dish




  • In a small mixing bowl add crack one egg and whisk is thoroughly until it’s smooth,

  • then slowly whisk in flour and form a smooth mix

  • In another medium size bowl add melted butter (30gms) and add 3/4 jar of dulce de leche dark Belgian chocolate

  • Add flour and egg mix with chocolate mixture and form a smooth batter by whisking

  • Coat 2 small round baking dish or round ramekins with butter, and then dust dry flour so cake doesn’t stick to the sides or bottom of dish

  • Add half mix in each dish, mixture should be 3/4 lower than the top of the dish, Cake will expand a little but not much. This recipe prepares a dense and rich cake

  • Bake the mix in the fan forced oven at 200 degrees for about 10 mins

  • After 10 mins remove from oven and let it cool down at the room temperature or eat it at warm temperature. before serving by using a clean knife separate the cake from the wall of dish let it set for at least 15 minutes

  • Use a spoonful of dulce de leche dark Belgian chocolate and cover the top of cake well, serve with fresh berries and / or your favorite ice cream. Enjoy!


Recipes provided by Sarika R Griffith - Central Coast Foodie (Official Ambassador for Myanbah Farm), living in Central Coast Region of NSW, Indian born Australian, has passion for food and love sharing her recipes. Sarika works in the Care sector as a service coordinator and in her spare time loves to go for bush walks, cook yummy food, eat out and spend quality time with her husband Chad. Sarika’s socials are