Cocoa and Champagne Baumkuchen

Callebaut

Callebaut

Standard Supplier 10th November 2014

Cocoa and Champagne Baumkuchen

Something different...Lemon, Cinnamon and Almond Baumkuchen covered in Chocolate

Ingredients

  • Cocoa Baumkuchen Dough
  • 625g butter
  • 150g Callebaut dark melted 60-40-38nv
  • 75g starch
  • 10g lemon zest
  • 2g cinnamon
  • 1/2g glove
  • 320g egg yolks
  • 35g rum (distilled)
  • 560g egg whites
  • 350g sugar
  • 152g ground almonds
  • 75g starch
  • 75g flour
  • 65g cocoa powder Callebaut
  • Champagne Baumkuchen
  • 670g butter
  • 160g starch
  • 300 egg yolks
  • 200g marzipan compound
  • 160g sugar
  • 50g
  • 40g lemon zest
  • 2 vanilla pods
  • 560g egg whites
  • 350g sugar
  • 240g starch
  • 180g flour

Method

Cocoa Baumkuchen
Stir the following until light and fluffy....
625g butter
150g Callebaut dark melted 60-40-38nv
75g starch
10g lemon zest
2g cinnamon
1/2g glove
Stir the following until light and fluffy, then add together..
320g egg yolks
35g rum (distilled)
Whip the following together, then add...
560g egg whites
350g sugar
Fold in the following....
152g ground almonds
75g starch
75g flour
65g cocoa powder Callebaut
Champagne Baumkuchen
Stir to-gether until light and fluffy....
670g butter
160g starch
Stir the following together until light and fluffy, then add...
300 egg yolks
200g marzipan compound
160g sugar
50g
40g lemon zest
2 vanilla pods
Whip the following together, then add
560g egg whites
350g sugar
Fold in the following..
240g starch
180g flour
Finishing the Presentaion
Heat, lubricate and flour the spit with starch.
Brush a thin layer of dough evenly onto the spit
and bake until golden.
Repeat this process: bake different layers of the
Cocoa and Champagne Baumkuchen.
After cooling glaze with dark Callebaut chocolate
intense 60-40-38nv.
Milk Callebaut chocolate 823nv or White Callebaut
chocolate W2nv.
Marble Technique:..
Glaze with Milk Callebaut chocolate. Pour over dark
Callebaut chocolate until the milk chocolate has hardened.
By turning the stick, both sorts of chocolate will run
together to create a marble-like effect.

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