Chocolate Spoon Cake

Chocolate Spoon Cake

This famous french desert does not need any introduction. Also famous with name of molten chocolate cake or chocolate lava cake, this rich, creamy and gooey cake melts in the mouth. I specially love making this cake in single serve ramekins for parties or large family get-together.

Simply whip the batter a day before the event, pour in ramekins, wrap and leave in refrigerator. Bake it just 30 minutes before dessert course and wow your guests with warm chocolaty cake, just out of the oven.

I also love topping it with some vanilla ice-cream. yummy!!

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Chocolate Spoon Cake

Chocolate Spoon Cake
Total Time: Prep Time: Cook Time: Cuisine: French () Difficulty: Easy
Yields: 4 Servings - Serves: 4



  • Step for Recipe - Chocolate Spoon Cake 1. Pre heat oven at 350 degree. Melt the chocolate on the double boiler, or you can heat it in the microwave for 1 minute at a time till chocolate is melted
    Step for Recipe - Chocolate Spoon Cake 2. In a bowl, sift the flour and set aside.
  • Step for Recipe - Chocolate Spoon Cake 3. combine eggs and sugar in a separate bowl and wisk till fully combined and pale yellow in color.
    Step for Recipe - Chocolate Spoon Cake 4. Add chocolate to the egg mixture and combine well. Slowly add flour mixture and combine gently.
  • Step for Recipe - Chocolate Spoon Cake 5. Butter the sides and bottom of ramekins, spoon the cake mixture in the ramekins. Additional Notes: do not fill the ramekins to the top, you would want to fill 3/4, giving the room for cake to rise
    Step for Recipe - Chocolate Spoon Cake 6. Bake at 350 degree in water bath for 25 minutes. You can reduce the cooking time if you want your chocolate spoon cake to be more gooey.
  • Step for Recipe - Chocolate Spoon Cake 7. Dust the individual ramekins with powdered sugar and enjoy.

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20 Responses

  1. let us know how it comes out for you @Busymomhelp
  2. @Barbra, thanks for visiting the website.. greeting from southern california :) keep in touch
  3. Great and simple recipe. I'll to cook it today.
  4. That looks soooooo good!
  5. This looks delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe! Greetings from north of the Arctic Circle
  6. Mmmm....your spoon cakes look positively scrumptious!
  7. Last time I tried making these, I overcooked them terribly. Been looking for a new recipe since then. With valentines day coming up soon, I'll have to give them a test run.
  8. oh my goodness...looks amazing! can't wait to try this!
  9. Oh my! On the menu for today!
  10. I must have these :-)
  11. This looks amazing. I think I may have to try a gluten free spinoff sometime!!
  12. @worldismycuttlefish, 1/3 cup will be 5 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon or 2.6 ounces approx.
  13. This looks divine. I feel like tucking in right now (10.30am) and I am rarely tempted by chocolate before lunch time. How much does 1/3 cup of chocolate weigh?
  14. This looks divine. I could eat one right now (10.30am) even though I rarely can be enticed by chocolate before lunch time. How much does 1/3 cup of chocolate weigh?
  15. It looks decadent! I wonder how long I will have to be on the wii fit for one of those:-)
  16. This looks so simple!! And with the ingredients, it's just GOT to be delicious. Can't wait to try it! TC2
  17. Love this recipe. I am planning to try it this weekend. thanks ChefDeHome
  18. These look great!
  19. Nothing can be better then a warm delicious melted chocolate cake. Loving it.
  20. these looks delish...