Wedding Get a slice of Prince William and Kate’s royal wedding with their ‘easy’ cake recipe
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the knot in a fairytale royal wedding, the recipe for Kate Middleton and Prince William’s wedding cake has been shared with the public.
While it was known the couple served fruitcakeroyal fans had been guessing about the recipe used for the second chocolate biscuit cake alternative the Cambridges had on offer to guests. And it looks delicious!
The no-bake cake, which is a childhood favourite of Prince William, was served as the ‘groom’s cake’ at the couple’s 2011 nuptials, according to
‘This delicious cake is really easy and requires no baking!’, the Royal Collection Trust posted to its website. ‘It’s famous for being one of two royal wedding cakes made to celebrate the marriage of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2011.’
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If you’re baking at home this weekend, why not try this delicious chocolate cake recipe? It was one of two cakes made to celebrate the wedding of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2011. Try the recipe:
— RoyalCollectionTrust (@RCT)
According to the RCT’s recipe, wannabe royal bakers require only five simple ingredients and half an hour to whip up this luscious dessert!
To try your hand at the cake,225g of Rich Tea biscuits, 115g of softened unsalted butter, 115g of unrefined caster sugar, a total of 240g of chopped dark chocolate, two tablespoons of warm water.
125g of whipping cream and another 125g of dark chocolate is also needed for the ganache.
At the time of their wedding,said the biscuit cake was an ‘unconventional’ choice for a wedding, but a ‘tremendous crowd pleaser, just like Wills himself’.
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In addition to the chocolate biscuit cake, Kate and William served a traditional fruitcake by Fiona Cairns and her team at the wedding reception.
‘It had to be multitiered, and it had to be a fruit cake,’ Fiona
‘[Kate] didn’t want any gold or glitter. It wasn’t to have any colour on it all. It had to reflect the flowers of the four nations, and it also had to reflect the Picture Gallery at Buckingham Palace, where the cake was going to be, to show some of the architectural detail,’ Fiona added.
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