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Molten Mocha Cakes

Molten Mocha Cakes recipe
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Dense chocolate cakes flavored with coffee and baked in custard cups form soft centers of molten chocolate for an incredible, yet easy-to-make, dessert.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
32 min
servings
total:
16 servings, 1/2 cake each
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posted:
3/17/2004
Delicious! A must for any special occasion.
posted:
3/3/2004
These were SO fantastic! Served them as a Valentine's dessert and everyone loved them. Probably will keep it as a "special" dessert as the calories are way up there:-)
posted:
2/23/2004
This recipe is a must have! It is soo easy to make, yet comes out SO elegant! I made it for my family to try it out, and it got rave reviews, it would also make a great Valentines dessert for that special someone, and it will absolutely impress company! It tastes like you spent hours working on it! Good job Kraft! Also good with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Oh, check out the make ahead features on it, it really is a dessert MUST HAVE recipe!
posted:
2/21/2004
This was such an easy recipe to make. I overcooked the souffle a little bit so it wasn't molten but extremely moist. As soon as the edges get firm take it out of the oven. Excellent recipe and the raspberries make an even nicer touch and taste.
posted:
2/17/2004
This was wonderful! My family did not want the coffee flavor, so I substituted 2 individual packets of hot chocolate mix -- this was just a little less than a half cup. It baked up moist and delicious. Also, I baked part of this recipe as soon as I mixed it and refrigerated the rest in the individual baking cups until the next night. Then, I baked the rest and they were just as good! I just had to add about 3 more minutes to the baking time since the batter had been refrigerated. This is a real winner! I plan to make it again in a couple of weeks when we have company. Definitely as good as any I've had in a restaurant!
posted:
2/16/2004
I definitely plan to make this again! A very special treat!!
posted:
2/15/2004
I made this and told my friend, and she made it too. Since I didn't have the right baking dishes I used X-large cup cake tins. I was able to yield 16 instead of 8. They were awesome, the gooiest chewiest chocolate ever. Next I'll try milk chocolate instead of semisweet.
posted:
2/15/2004
Someone rated this one start because it was fattening. Heck yeah it is!! BUT, my two brother-in-laws and father-in-law served this up for our ladies for Valentine's Day, and what a score that was for us! Eat and be merry, it's not like you're going to make this everyday. Loosen up "A cook on 02/14/04!"
posted:
2/14/2004
The recipe looked wonderful, until I looked at the ingredients and the nutrition information. two sticks of butter and nine eggs, for only eight servings?? 39g of fat for one serving, is more than the recommended amount for the entire day!!! Not to mention the calories and cholesterol. Please enjoy this one in extreme moderation.
posted:
2/13/2004
Fast, easy, fun and delicious...like it better without the coffee.....dangerously delicious...(literally LOL)
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