Molten Chocolate Cake

Ever wonder how the world would be without chocolate?? hmmm

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Valrhona Guajana is the finer chocolate we occasionally wud use to indulge in our senses.. As expensive as what fine things can be, it is well-spent if you use it for the best purpose. Molten chocolate pudding is one of the great choices of cos..

Nuff said, I lost my words and my mouth is full... I couldn't stop nibbling..heheh.. I don't even care about my waistline and my digital scale... Sorry Sonia, hb and Hairi, you guys have to share them with me this time round! :oP

5 stars to this recipe.. no words to describe the best chocolate pudding made from the finest cocoa in the world! oh heavennnnn....

250g Valrhona Guanaja 68% (200g dark chocolate if ur not using valrhona)
50g butter, chopped
4 eggs
1/2 cup sugar
2 tsp vanilla extract
1/4 cup flour, sifted
1 Tbs cocoa, sifted
dusting of cocoa and cream to serve

Preheat the oven to 180C.
Grease 6-hole Texas muffin tins with butter and flour them, too.
Melt chocolate with butter in a double boiler, set aside.
Beat eggs and sugar until pale and thick.
Beat in the cooled chocolate and butter mixture. Keep beating until smooth.
Fold in sifted flour and cocoa, mix well.
Spoon into the prepared muffin tins, and bake for 10 minutes.
The pudding should be light to touch and will be soft in the centre.
Remove them from the tins as carefully as possible, if you don't want to end up with messy results.
Serve them warm, and watch the lovely lava flooding down. Amazingly dark and oh-so-sinful. Enjoy.

Source: Foodtown Magazine


lemongrass said...

Oh Man.... you really know how to make people drool!!!!!!!
That's one amazing molten choc cake :-)

Rima said...

Hehehe when hb first showed me the recipe i was like... geeessshh .. and bef we knew it.. we were smiling and nibbling on it... so quick n easy to prepare.. thank god we hv valrhona in stock.. its so so so so so yummyyy :oP

Ain said...

so yummy!!!!.....*hungry*

Rima said...

lol sememang name nye molten chocolate cake.. memang yummy pun! :OP

Anonymous said...

Hi Rima,

I tried your recipe and it's heaven. It almost taste the same as the one in the restaurant I use to frequent! Just love it. Oh by the way I have move into the neighbourhood and was wondering if my daughter could be friends with yours. My daughter loves to play with little toddler (she likes to play masak masak). She is nine years old and feeling very lonely in the new neighbourhood. Thanks for t recipe!


Rima said...

Hi Lizzy
Yep... the molten cake is definately our fav chocolate cake for now.. glad it turned out well for u too!


Dear Rima,
May I try yr Molten Chocolate Cake?

Rima said...

Yes... pls do!

jacquisbakingsomething said...

Hi Rima,
Super love your blog. Thanks for sharing.

Can I bake this and serve it later. What do I do and how long do I pop it in the oven to reheat before serving.

Bringing it to a party for my fren's bday.

Thanks. Your baking surely rocks!!

Rima said...

Ty.. Now i am not too sure if its a gd idea to be reheating it twice.. Tho i know some restaurant serve this molten cake... I usually will serve it at home.. Putting in oven bef serving it

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Hi.. I am a SAHM to 2 kiddoes..19yr old boy n 2 year old girl.. met my Austrian hubby here in Singapore and hv been living here all my life... my love for baking started when i was 6mths preggie to my daughter, Sonia... my addiction to baking has not stop eversince.. I hope to learn as much as i can abt baking and decorating and then share it with u along the way..