Chocolate is a universal comfort food, so it’s no surprise that someone heated it up. Most of our classically comforting dishes are hot, bubbling casseroles or something fresh off the stove. But all too often, hot chocolate just comes across as thin and watery in comparison to the rich, chocolaty flavor you had in mind.
The appeal of that first forkful of molten lava cake is the same: The gooey chocolate spilling out, the warm, tender cake--not much compares. But the restaurant menu staple also comes with a lot of prep time and technique. This dessert, on the other hand, hides pockets of that same warm chocolate in moist, decadent cake with just some stirring and 15 minutes of prep time.
Christmas Movies + Hot Fudge Pudding Cake = The best night ever with my family ♥ View Recipe: http://life-in-the-lofthouse.com/hot-fudge-pudding-cake/Posted by Life in the Lofthouse on Sunday, December 6, 2015
Christmas Movies + Hot Fudge Pudding Cake = The best night ever with my family ♥ View Recipe: http://life-in-the-lofthouse.com/hot-fudge-pudding-cake/
In just 40 minutes from start to finish, you can dish up a dessert that combines the appeal of hot chocolate, the fudge center of lava cakes, and classic chocolate cake all in one mmmmm-worthy spoonful. The hardest part of enjoying this cake, in fact, is deciding whether to serve it with or without ice cream.
Get the full recipe and step-by-step directions from Life in the Lofthouse.
Even better, you can make rich, satisfying cakes in your microwave in a matter of minutes. Check out all the drool-worthy recipes below.
The Moistest Chocolate Mug Cake
This chocolate, Nutella-spiked cake takes a cue from brownies to deliver a seriously fudgy-yet-fluffy texture you’ll love.
Get the recipe from Table for Two.
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