Double Chocolate Orange Torte

Yesterday was a successful baking day for me and I was so excited. I made a couple of recipes and they all turned out great. This one was my favorite so I will share it first. This is a rich chocolate torte with just the right hint of orange… Oh so good! I was very excited to have shared this recipe with friends and I was glad the enjoyed it. 🙂

This recipe is from Elena’s Pantry website, it just never lets me down for a healthy delicious dessert!

Ingredients
½ cup dark chocolate chips
½ cup blanched almond flour
¼ cup cacao powder
½ teaspoon celtic sea salt
3 eggs
½ cup agave nectar
½ cup grape seed oil
1 tablespoon orange zest
½ cup dark chocolate chips


Here in the picture I forgot to include grape seed oil so don’t forget yours!

Directions
– Place ½ cup chocolate chips in a food processor and pulse until coarsely ground to the texture of gravel.
– Pulse in almond flour, cacao powder and salt and process until well combined, about 10 seconds.
– Add eggs to food processor and pulse again, then add in agave, grape seed oil and orange zest.
– Pulse all ingredients together until smooth.
– Remove “bowl” from food processor and stir in second ½ cup of chocolate chips using a spoon or spatula.
– Transfer batter into a well oiled 10 inch springform pan.
– Bake at 350° for 25-30 minutes, until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.

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3 thoughts on “Double Chocolate Orange Torte

  1. As both a true chocoholic and a fat kid at heart, I give this recipe two formerly chubby thumbs up!!! It was delicious, nutritious, and did I mention delicious?

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