Enjoy these delicious molten cakes with a deep, rich chocolate center. Sprinkle with powdered sugar or add a dollop of whipped cream or ice cream for a truly elegant dessert.
Easy cocolate fix
by J. JUDY
, Williamsburg, IA on Mar. 2010
Grand kids just loved this. I let them help. They enjoyed liking their fingers when it was done.
Easy and Fun
by p. pat
, Plano, TX on Mar. 2010
This is an easy way to bake and present without any hastle. Really yummy.
by C. Chrissy
, Littleton, CO on Feb. 2010
I thought these were good. However, I couldn't get the middle to ooze out. It was softer and more fluid but not like the picture. It could have been user error. I am going to try another recipe to compare. However, I did notice that if you fridge these and pop in the microwave for 30 seconds or so they taste the same!
by E. Esti
, Cedarhurst, NY on Feb. 2010
We liked the taste of this. My children are always fighting to lick the batter when I bake. This time there was enough to go around so that everyone was satisfied.
Molten Chocolate Cakes Rock!
by D. Debbie
, Minneapolis, MN on Aug. 2009
Really simple to make if you pay attention to the details, and just take your time. Nice presentation. Well worth the effort, and was delicious!
Excellent taste but middle was cooked
by T. THERESA
, SPRING, TX on May. 2009
Probably my fault or my oven's fault but we were really looking forward to having the molten middle come out when we cut into it but it was baked all the way through. I followed the recipe exactly. The taste was excellent and I will try it again soon to see if it was the oven's fault.
Molten Chocolate Cakes
by h. holly
, Lemon Grove, CA on Apr. 2009
I have a recipe simular to this. Can put in fridge 2hr before baking. When bake, add a minute or two to baking time. Also, can "reheat" in microwave, still takes GOOD!
by E. Elle
, Richmond, VA on Feb. 2009
I must have done something wrong! I followed the recipe to a 'T' but there was no molten middle and the cake part had an odd consistency... Maybe I should give it another go based on other reviews but so far, two thumbs down :(
by L. Lynn
, on Jan. 2009
I made these for the Holidays and everyone loved them ,they were so easy to make , they thought I was in the kitchen all day
by D. Debbie
, Fairbanks, AK on Jan. 2009
This is a fantastic recipe! I needed to make a chocolate birthday cake for my husband in a hurry and this recipe was so easy and delicious! Since there were only the two of us, I halved the recipe using two eggs and one egg yolk. I poured the batter into 4 small custard cups and baked them for 12 minutes and almost burnt them. I would only bake them 10 or 11 minutes if I used the smaller custard cups again. We ate the two leftover ones the next day cold and they were delicious that way too!
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