I am planning to make a death by chocolate cake. I would like some input on how to arrange the various chocolate elements. I am planning on using chocolate ganache, chocolate mousse, fudge frosting and buttercream. I was thinking of something like this: cake, ganache, cake, mousse, cake, ganache, cake, cover all in fudge frosting and top with either chocolate buttercream roses or mini chocolate chips. I would like some ideas on what the inner layers and outer covering should be. For instance should I switch out the ganache to be the outer covering and put the fudge frosting on the inside? Any suggestions would be wonderful.
You might consider switching the ganache and fudge frosting. Whichever is heavier (or stiffer, maybe is a better word) is what I'd put outside. Sounds Delicious!
I did see the one from Crumb Boss. It sounded delicious but I wanted to stick more to everything chocolate. I was thinking of pouring the ganache over the outside like she did. It would be a nice smooth finish and easy to achieve. I will post the recipes I used when it's all done and I know how it turns out.