this is the most monstrous dessert!

Soft, delicious and incredibly chocolaty, this one chocolate donut with white chocolate cream it is a pleasure for the eyes and for the palate.

In this version, the classic Sunday donut is revisited to create a Halloween dessert scary and original, that will leave adults and children breathless.

The effect is surprising and to create it all you need is melted white chocolate and a few drops of red colouring.

The fluffy donut is prepared following the traditional recipe: eggs that are whipped with sugar, oil and milk, flour and baking powder sieved with cocoa and straight in the oven for 45 minutes.

To give the dessert a monstrously greedy touch is the hazelnut creamto be spread over the entire surface as a base for the cobweb and to be kept in the fridge for it to solidify.

L’secret ingredient for an interior with a very soft and super scary heart lies in its ingredients: melted white chocolate and red dye.

Once you cut the first slice, the result will be amazing.

We prepare the donut by beating the eggs together with the sugar until they become foamy and airy. Gradually add the oil and then the milk, continuing to whisk. Add the sifted flour, baking powder and cocoa. We then pour the dough into a buttered 26 cm diameter donut mold. Bake at 180°C for 45 minutes in a convection oven.

When it’s ready, take it out of the oven and let it cool completely. Melt the white chocolate completely in the hot liquid cream, add the red food coloring and mix well. Let the cream thicken for about 1 hour in the fridge.

We take the donut and pour the red cream in the center, place a round biscuit in the center and spread the surface with hazelnut cream. To make the spider web, melt the white chocolate in the cream, let it cool and place it inside a cone of parchment paper. We make circles on the surface of the donut and with a toothpick we make vertical lines. Let the donut rest in the fridge for 1 hour, then serve it.

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