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Chocolate Habañero Cake with Chocolate Avocado Buttercream

Chocolate Habañero Cake with Chocolate Avocado Buttercream

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Grease two 9-inch round cake pans. Line the bottoms and sides with parchment paper and grease the parchment. Set aside.

Whisk the flour, sugar, cocoa powder, baking powder, baking soda, salt, coffee, cinnamon, allspice, and chile powders together in a medium bowl.

Whisk together the milk, oil, eggs, and vanilla in a large bowl until thoroughly combined. Fold in the flour mixture, mixing until smooth.

Pour the batter into the cake pans and bake for 45 minutes, or until a toothpick or tester inserted in the center of a layer comes out clean. Set on wire racks to cool for 10 minutes, then turn out of the pans onto racks, remove the parchment paper, and cool completely.


I was strolling through the grocery store the other day with Olivia. I had only a few things on my list… milk, beef, avocados, and cereal. Those are the staples in our house because we have taco’s at least twice a week. And drink lots of milk! But there was such a great price on avocados I bought a bunch.

After a relaxing shopping trip (which is quite honestly a reward in itself) I got home and realized that I may have added a few things to my list.

Chocolate. Lots of chocolate. And fruit. Lovely organic fruit. And maybe some more chocolate.

So what would I do with all these organic avocados, chocolate, and raspberries?

Bake a cake of course. I mean, I am baker. But then I had to go about finding a recipe that would accommodate such unique ingredients. After testing quite a few, I settled upon a recipe that yielded the most moist, dense, rich chocolate cake I have ever had.

It was exactly like a cake I had in a high-end artisan bakery that was charging $12 a slice!


I was strolling through the grocery store the other day with Olivia. I had only a few things on my list… milk, beef, avocados, and cereal. Those are the staples in our house because we have taco’s at least twice a week. And drink lots of milk! But there was such a great price on avocados I bought a bunch.

After a relaxing shopping trip (which is quite honestly a reward in itself) I got home and realized that I may have added a few things to my list.

Chocolate. Lots of chocolate. And fruit. Lovely organic fruit. And maybe some more chocolate.

So what would I do with all these organic avocados, chocolate, and raspberries?

Bake a cake of course. I mean, I am baker. But then I had to go about finding a recipe that would accommodate such unique ingredients. After testing quite a few, I settled upon a recipe that yielded the most moist, dense, rich chocolate cake I have ever had.

It was exactly like a cake I had in a high-end artisan bakery that was charging $12 a slice!


I was strolling through the grocery store the other day with Olivia. I had only a few things on my list… milk, beef, avocados, and cereal. Those are the staples in our house because we have taco’s at least twice a week. And drink lots of milk! But there was such a great price on avocados I bought a bunch.

After a relaxing shopping trip (which is quite honestly a reward in itself) I got home and realized that I may have added a few things to my list.

Chocolate. Lots of chocolate. And fruit. Lovely organic fruit. And maybe some more chocolate.

So what would I do with all these organic avocados, chocolate, and raspberries?

Bake a cake of course. I mean, I am baker. But then I had to go about finding a recipe that would accommodate such unique ingredients. After testing quite a few, I settled upon a recipe that yielded the most moist, dense, rich chocolate cake I have ever had.

It was exactly like a cake I had in a high-end artisan bakery that was charging $12 a slice!


I was strolling through the grocery store the other day with Olivia. I had only a few things on my list… milk, beef, avocados, and cereal. Those are the staples in our house because we have taco’s at least twice a week. And drink lots of milk! But there was such a great price on avocados I bought a bunch.

After a relaxing shopping trip (which is quite honestly a reward in itself) I got home and realized that I may have added a few things to my list.

Chocolate. Lots of chocolate. And fruit. Lovely organic fruit. And maybe some more chocolate.

So what would I do with all these organic avocados, chocolate, and raspberries?

Bake a cake of course. I mean, I am baker. But then I had to go about finding a recipe that would accommodate such unique ingredients. After testing quite a few, I settled upon a recipe that yielded the most moist, dense, rich chocolate cake I have ever had.

It was exactly like a cake I had in a high-end artisan bakery that was charging $12 a slice!


I was strolling through the grocery store the other day with Olivia. I had only a few things on my list… milk, beef, avocados, and cereal. Those are the staples in our house because we have taco’s at least twice a week. And drink lots of milk! But there was such a great price on avocados I bought a bunch.

After a relaxing shopping trip (which is quite honestly a reward in itself) I got home and realized that I may have added a few things to my list.

Chocolate. Lots of chocolate. And fruit. Lovely organic fruit. And maybe some more chocolate.

So what would I do with all these organic avocados, chocolate, and raspberries?

Bake a cake of course. I mean, I am baker. But then I had to go about finding a recipe that would accommodate such unique ingredients. After testing quite a few, I settled upon a recipe that yielded the most moist, dense, rich chocolate cake I have ever had.

It was exactly like a cake I had in a high-end artisan bakery that was charging $12 a slice!


I was strolling through the grocery store the other day with Olivia. I had only a few things on my list… milk, beef, avocados, and cereal. Those are the staples in our house because we have taco’s at least twice a week. And drink lots of milk! But there was such a great price on avocados I bought a bunch.

After a relaxing shopping trip (which is quite honestly a reward in itself) I got home and realized that I may have added a few things to my list.

Chocolate. Lots of chocolate. And fruit. Lovely organic fruit. And maybe some more chocolate.

So what would I do with all these organic avocados, chocolate, and raspberries?

Bake a cake of course. I mean, I am baker. But then I had to go about finding a recipe that would accommodate such unique ingredients. After testing quite a few, I settled upon a recipe that yielded the most moist, dense, rich chocolate cake I have ever had.

It was exactly like a cake I had in a high-end artisan bakery that was charging $12 a slice!


I was strolling through the grocery store the other day with Olivia. I had only a few things on my list… milk, beef, avocados, and cereal. Those are the staples in our house because we have taco’s at least twice a week. And drink lots of milk! But there was such a great price on avocados I bought a bunch.

After a relaxing shopping trip (which is quite honestly a reward in itself) I got home and realized that I may have added a few things to my list.

Chocolate. Lots of chocolate. And fruit. Lovely organic fruit. And maybe some more chocolate.

So what would I do with all these organic avocados, chocolate, and raspberries?

Bake a cake of course. I mean, I am baker. But then I had to go about finding a recipe that would accommodate such unique ingredients. After testing quite a few, I settled upon a recipe that yielded the most moist, dense, rich chocolate cake I have ever had.

It was exactly like a cake I had in a high-end artisan bakery that was charging $12 a slice!


I was strolling through the grocery store the other day with Olivia. I had only a few things on my list… milk, beef, avocados, and cereal. Those are the staples in our house because we have taco’s at least twice a week. And drink lots of milk! But there was such a great price on avocados I bought a bunch.

After a relaxing shopping trip (which is quite honestly a reward in itself) I got home and realized that I may have added a few things to my list.

Chocolate. Lots of chocolate. And fruit. Lovely organic fruit. And maybe some more chocolate.

So what would I do with all these organic avocados, chocolate, and raspberries?

Bake a cake of course. I mean, I am baker. But then I had to go about finding a recipe that would accommodate such unique ingredients. After testing quite a few, I settled upon a recipe that yielded the most moist, dense, rich chocolate cake I have ever had.

It was exactly like a cake I had in a high-end artisan bakery that was charging $12 a slice!


I was strolling through the grocery store the other day with Olivia. I had only a few things on my list… milk, beef, avocados, and cereal. Those are the staples in our house because we have taco’s at least twice a week. And drink lots of milk! But there was such a great price on avocados I bought a bunch.

After a relaxing shopping trip (which is quite honestly a reward in itself) I got home and realized that I may have added a few things to my list.

Chocolate. Lots of chocolate. And fruit. Lovely organic fruit. And maybe some more chocolate.

So what would I do with all these organic avocados, chocolate, and raspberries?

Bake a cake of course. I mean, I am baker. But then I had to go about finding a recipe that would accommodate such unique ingredients. After testing quite a few, I settled upon a recipe that yielded the most moist, dense, rich chocolate cake I have ever had.

It was exactly like a cake I had in a high-end artisan bakery that was charging $12 a slice!


I was strolling through the grocery store the other day with Olivia. I had only a few things on my list… milk, beef, avocados, and cereal. Those are the staples in our house because we have taco’s at least twice a week. And drink lots of milk! But there was such a great price on avocados I bought a bunch.

After a relaxing shopping trip (which is quite honestly a reward in itself) I got home and realized that I may have added a few things to my list.

Chocolate. Lots of chocolate. And fruit. Lovely organic fruit. And maybe some more chocolate.

So what would I do with all these organic avocados, chocolate, and raspberries?

Bake a cake of course. I mean, I am baker. But then I had to go about finding a recipe that would accommodate such unique ingredients. After testing quite a few, I settled upon a recipe that yielded the most moist, dense, rich chocolate cake I have ever had.

It was exactly like a cake I had in a high-end artisan bakery that was charging $12 a slice!


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