Coffee Walnut Fudge Cake

A couple of days ago, I woke up with the idea of making a coffee cake (at that particular moment, I had no idea what type of cake I was going to create; all I knew was that I wanted to capture the aromatic flavour of coffee that tempted my senses everytime I entered a cafe, and so I knew I was going to have to use coffee powder in the recipe).

Today I decided I was going to make a brownie-like cake, but with coffee powder instead of cocoa. The final result was a cake with a slightly chewy texture (like that of a brownie), but with hints of coffee. A cake that can be eaten for tea, breakfast, or dessert with a topping of vanilla ice cream, this is one cake that coffee lovers should definitely try.



1) 250g of butter (melted)
2) 2 cups of sugar
3) 4 eggs
4) 3/4 cup of instant coffee powder (non-sweetened)
5) 1 cup of self-raising flour
6) 3/4 cup of chopped walnuts


1) Melt the butter in the microwave, and mix the sugar with the butter in a large mixing bowl till sugar is dissolved
2) Add in the eggs one by one, whisking well after the each egg is added
3) Pour in the coffee powder and stir well
4) Mix in the self-raising flour, and stir thoroughly
5) Add in the walnuts and mix until the mixture achieves a homogenous texture
6) Pour batter into a greased mould and bake in oven at 175 deg cel (medium heat for gas ovens)
7) Serve warm, with vanilla ice-cream, alone, and with a big dash of love

Chopped walnuts:



Butter and sugar mix:


Batter after coffee powder was added:


Ready to be put in the oven:


Coffee Walnut Fudge Cake:

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  1. Kim says

    Hi, I love the sound of this Coffee Walnut Fudge Cake, so definitely want to make it… can you please tell me though how long you put it in oven for at 175 deg C ? Thanks


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