Cake of the Week: Hot Chocolate Fudge Cakes

November 11, 2013 | By | Comments (0)

I think it’s finally starting to get cold here in Alabama! I’ve been holding out for the really colds nights when I can have a nice, hot bowl of soup for dinner or a warm cup of hot chocolate after dark. Those days are finally here! That’s why I wanted to share these cute individual Hot Chocolate Fudge Cakes today.

Because these cakes are baked in ramekins, they’re perfect for your guests during the holidays! Each guest can have their own little cake bursting with warm fudge. Several people have made them for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and even Valentine’s day according to the reviews. The portion is perfect for one person, and they have an impressive presentation. Imagine bringing out a tray of these delightful treats on Thanksgiving or at Christmas dinner! They’re sure to warm you up on those chilly nights.

You can also prepare the batter up to two days ahead of time, cover the ramekins in the fridge, and bake them whenever you need to. That way, you don’t have to do all the cooking in one day. If you remove the cakes from the fridge and bake them during dinner, they’ll be warm and served fresh from the oven. So, not only are these cakes easy, they’ll leave your guests feeling special and impressed!

If you’re looking for more molten cakes, be sure to take a look at these recipes:

Molten Chocolate-Nutella Pudding Cups

Molten Chocolate-Nutella Pudding Cakes Recipe

Molten Chocolate Cakes with Cherry Sauce

Molten Chocolate Cakes with Cherry Sauce Recipe

Molten Chocolate Mousse Cups

Molten Chocolate Mousse Cups Recipe

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