More intoxicating than Cupid's arrow, this decadent recipe for Flourless Chocolate Cake is sure to inspire passion on Valentine's Day and beyond. Enticingly moist, this elegant cake features indulgent semi-sweet chocolate morsels, cocoa and a hint of coffee. Topped with a dollop of heavenly whipped cream, this irresistible cake declares "I Love You!"
Is there such thing as too much chocolate?
by J. Jenn
, Mansfield, TX on Feb. 2012
My husband’s absolute favorite dessert is flourless chocolate cake. This was my first time to make it and he loved it. I topped it with ganache, German chocolate marshmallows, and toasted coconut. Then I added a dollop of homemade whipped cream when I served it. It was so rich I needed the whipped cream to cut some of the chocolate. I will be holding onto this recipe.
by M. Margery
, Buffalo, NY on Sep. 2008
I made this cake twice in less than a month and both times it was greeted with oooo's and ah's. It was wonderfully easy to make and tastes like a million bucks. On top of that, the little bit of leftover cake was easy to freeze for a nice surprise treat later on.
for dark chocoholics!!!
by T. Tammy
, LOYAL, WI on Mar. 2008
I made this and found it very easy to do. Followed the recipe exactly. IT turned out great. I love dark chocolate (72% kind straight up) and this is very rich and chocolaty, kind of like a mouse or pudding. I really enjoyed. My husband did too
Flourless Chocolate Cake
by F. Fran
, Mount Vernon, TX on Dec. 2007
This was an incredible dessert. It is much like a torte...so rich, dense and just plain fantastic. It brought rave reviews from my dinner guests. I found the cake to be very EASY! Please try this....you will feel like a professional baker.
Gluten free chocolate cake
by d. debbie
, pottsville, PA on Nov. 2007
This is an excellent gluten-alternative chocolate cake! It is relatively simple to make and a hit with the children. I have a family member who requires a gluten free diet and we have yet to "like" a gluten-free cake, let alone love it! Thank you for an awesome flourless cake!! I used a cream cheese icing. Enjoy!!
A diabetics dream come tue
by D. Darlene
, BENTLEYVILLE, PA on May. 2007
I made this cake for my brother-in-law's birthday. He is diabetic and never gets to eat goodies even on his own special day. When I found this recipe I thought "it will have to do". I replaced sugar with Splenda and cut 16 servings instead of 12 and at like 2 carbs per serving with the sugar-free ice cream it was a diabetic's dream come true! Better than regular birthday cake!! Now I have to find away to make other flavores besides choclate! This cake is wonderful!!
by L. Linda
, FORT MYERS, FL on May. 2007
The cake was super but it was very, very rich. There is too much cake for just 2-4 people. You need to serve this to a larger group. Cake will last at least 2 days in the refrigerator before it loses it's "appeal". The recipe is easy to follow. Easy to make.
My son's favorite cake
by V. Victoria
, DEFIANCE, OH on Apr. 2007
This made a wonderful, high protien, low carb, very chocolatey cake. My children love this cake! The high protien and butter content means the sugar takes longer to enter the bloodstream, avoiding the high sugar 'rush' associated with many decadent desserts.
by E. Esther
, FONTANA, CA on Feb. 2007
I made this recipe last year for Passover. (since it didn't have flour) It was a hit with everyone. Best Passover cake ever. Thank You
TOO RICH FOR ANYONE NOT A CHOCOHOLIC!
by V. VICKI
, EDINBURGH, IN on Jan. 2007
AFTER FINDING THIS RECIPE, I MADE THIS THAT DAY. IT IS THE RICHEST CAKE I'VE EVER TASTED. IT WAS A LITTLE PRICEY TO MAKE, BUT YOU GOT 20 SERVING OUT OF IT! JUST WHAT I NEEDED TO SERVE TO MY CLUB. A TRUE CHOCOHOLIC LIKE MYSELF WAS SATISFIED IMMENSELY! LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT!
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