Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Individual Warm Chocolate Puddings.


Sorry, I'm one day late with posting this month's Cake Slice Bakers entry.  I had made my choc pudds well in advance - I mean, how could anyone resist? - but was too busy to post yesterday.

These are a flourless pudding served warm with the gooey middle flooding out onto the plate.  Unfortunately I slightly overdid my ones so not so much a flow of molten chocolate but the middles were still lovely and gooey.  


The recipe is from The Cake Book by Tish Boyle.  Have a look at Katie's blog to see her beautiful molten ones and the recipe. 



The best thing about this recipe?  Licking the bowl after filling the ramekins!  Am actually tempted to make this and not bother baking it next time - that chocolate mousse is amazing.

9 comments:

  1. how divine!... very well risen... very tempting!

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  2. Yours look marvelous!

    I enjoy it more straight from the fridge rather than right out of the oven....

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  3. Your cakes look delicious and wonderfully soft and squishy in the middle. Never a bad thing with chocolate cake :)

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  4. I agree, licking the bowl was awesome. My 5 yr. old licked the icecream scooper I used so clean she suggested it didn't need to be washed, I agreed with her, she left it spotless!

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  5. Goodness they look beautifully risen. But do make them again and cook them for only a few minutes - it's so worth it for that molten flow. And delicious with vanilla ice-cream.

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  6. Thanks everyone.
    OvenDelights - yes, I can find that a bowl and a spoon can keep my two occupied for quite some time - let's me get on with cleaning up a bit!

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