Chocolate Fondant Dessert

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Gooey Hot Chocolate Fondant Dessert Recipe (Easy as 1,2,3)!

When you cut into this hot chocolate fondant it will just ooze warm chocolate!

It is so easy to bake yet surprisingly impressive.

Also, they can be frozen until needed, making it the perfect dinner party dessert.

Just 3 Stages To Perfect Chocolate Fondants

  • Melting the ingredients
  • Mixing all the ingredients together
  • Pouring and baking

Simple!

The Best Way To Serve Your Fondants

The good news is, they are great as they are.

You could pour over some pouring cream or just have it with ice cream. The difference in temperatures will add another level to your taste experience.

Adding custard will probably make the dessert a little too sweet but if you like stodgy desserts, then that will be perfect for you.

Either way, just enjoy and worry about the calories another time!

Fresh raspberries and raspberry sauce go really well with rich chocolate puddings.

Watch the video:

How to make hot gooey chocolate fondant dessert: Video recipe

This recipe make 4 small moulds but if you would like to make more please try using my recipe converter to help you up scale the recipe.

Next Steps For Your Baking Experience

Chocolate cupcakes are another example of chocolatey richness which you may like to try and bake. They look great and taste amazing.

So, How Do You Make Chocolate Fondants?

Follow the instructions below and let me know how you get on by leaving a comment, also please SHARE on Facebook.

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Chocolate Fondant Dessert
Gooey hot chocolate fondant dessert. When you cut into the middle hot gooey chocolate oozes out.
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Prep Time 15 Minutes
Cook Time 9 Minutes
Servings
Servings
Ingredients
Prep Time 15 Minutes
Cook Time 9 Minutes
Servings
Servings
Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Pre heat your oven to 160 degrees centigrade on a fan oven
  2. Grease each mould with butter then dust with cocoa powder so each one is coated all round
  3. Place in fridge for 10 minutes
  4. In a bowl over a saucepan of hot water, melt the sugar, butter and dark chocolate until smooth
  5. Take off the heat and gradually beat in the eggs
  6. Add the flour and whisk till all is combined
  7. Pour into the moulds and refrigerate for 30 minutes
  8. Take out of the fridge and place on a baking tray and put into the centre of the oven for just 9 minutes
  9. Take out and leave for 2 minutes then run a knife round the inner edge to release the sponge. Tip up and place onto your serving dish.
Recipe Notes

Great news!

These can be frozen and saved for another day.

Also, do not over bake!

Normally they only need 9 minutes and this will give you a soft warm gooey chocolate middle but from frozen add an extra 5 minutes to the baking time.

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