Mint Chocolate Drip Cake


with Paul Bradford
Skill level: Easy
HD Lessons: 4
Decorating time: 3 hours

Bite Sized

Watch Paul make this mint chocolate drip cake in just one minute!

1. How to Make a Mint Chocolate Drip Cake

Learn how to make a yummy mint chocolate drip cake with Paul Bradford.

2. Other Ideas

Other ideas for the mint chocolate drip cake.

3. Pro Lesson

Everything a pro needs to know about pricing and selling their own drip cakes.

Mint Chocolate Drip Cake Tutorial

Learn how to make a Mint Chocolate Drip Cake with the multi-award winning Paul Bradford!

This recipe will bake 2x 8" round cakes @ 3" depth or as Paul bakes, 4x 8" round cakes @ 1.5" depth. If you are looking for a different size bake then select Mint Chocolate Drip cake from our recipe RE-CALCULATOR.

In the following tutorial, you will learn how to...

  • Make mint chocolate buttercream & ganache
  • Create a drip effect
  • Bake a mint flavoured cake
  • Smooth your buttercream for a perfect finish
  • and much, much more

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This recipe will bake 2x 8″ round cakes @ 3″ depth or as Paul bakes 4x 8″ round cakes @ 1.5″ depth

Need a different size? Try our recipe re-sizing CALCULATOR 

  • 3 packets of poppets cut into quarters 

Oven 180 degrees Celsius


*when adding the biscuit make sure to leave it on long enough to break into small bits


  • 800g aero peppermint chocolate 
  • 350ml Cream 
Paul Bradford

Paul Bradford

Paul Bradford´s mission is to ‘Empower people to achieve their cake decorating dreams’ by providing a range of cake decorating courses and online tutorials through their website, which currently teaches 195,000+ students.  


    • David Brice

      The cakes baked in this tutorial are around 1.5″ depth. Usually a wedding cake tier would be considered at around 3″, but some can be twice the depth, just depending on the design.


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