Chocolate Recipes

Once you've mastered the art of melting chocolate - see How to Cook section on the site - you are opening yourself up to a world of wonderful chocolate recipes, from chocolate bread-and-butter-pudding to profiteroles and Sachertorte. Who can resist?

 
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Chocolate 'Surprise' Cup Cakes

Chocolate 'Surprise' Cup Cakes

It’s the hidden ingredient that’s the surprise. Mashed potato, often used in potato scones but even better in these small cakes – giving them a soft moist texture.

 
 
Squidgy Chocolate Cake

Squidgy Chocolate Cake

In the late ’70s this cake went down a storm, and still people tell me they always have it on their birthday! Because it is not made with flour it’s incredibly light and soufflé-like.

 
 
FlapjacksMakes 16

Flapjacks

There has been a bit of toing and froing on this one, and a fifty-fifty split among our tasters. Some like them richer and very buttery, some like them drier and with a bit more crunch. I prefer the latter, but here you can make your own choice.

 
 
Hot Chocolate and Rum Souffle with Chocolate SauceServes 4-6

Hot Chocolate and Rum Souffle with Chocolate Sauce

Serve this souffle straight from the oven...

 
 
Chocolate OrangeMakes 4 tall glasses

Chocolate Orange

Chocolate Orange (on the left) another easy-to-make non-alcoholic drink for drivers.

 
 
Chocolate Souffle Cake with Armagnac Prunes and Crème Fraiche SauceServes 8

Chocolate Souffle Cake with Armagnac Prunes and Crème Fraiche Sauce

This is quite simply my own favourite chocolate dessert of all time. It’s dark, very moist, and the prunes soaked in Armagnac make it a very grown-up chocolate experience. I used to call it Sunken Chocolate Cake but sometimes it doesn’t sink!

 
 
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