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The Easiest Chocolate Fondant Recipe at MyDish

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The Easiest Chocolate Fondant

by LukeColairo

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    I have had this recipe for a good 6 years and it is a superb and easy dessert which easily impresses your guests. Enjoy!


    1. 1. Preheat the oven to oven to 200C (electric)/ 180C fan/ Gas mark 6.
    2. 2. Break the chocolate and dice the butter into a bowl and melt over a low simmer of water in a pan until the butter and chocolate have melted.
    3. 3. In a bowl, mix the eggs, egg yolks, sugar and zest and juice of the orange if using it.
    4. 4. Stirring continuously, pour the melted chocolate and butter mix into the egg mix until smooth.
    5. 5. Mix in the sifted flour stirring to remove any lumps to form a silky smooth mixture.
    6. 6. Grease 6 ramekins with butter and then flour around the edges of the ramekin.
    7. 7. Fill the ramekins half-way up each ramekin as they will rise and it will make it easier to remove them later on.
    8. 8. Place each ramekin onto a baking tray and into the oven for 10 minutes exactly.
    9. 9. Turn out onto a plate and serve with the creme fraiche immediately.
    10. 10. Break into it and see the molten centre!


    Serve immediately! Don't put it in the oven for longer than 10 minutes!


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    • 200g Dark Chocolate (70%)
    • 200g Butter
    • 90g Self Raising Flour
    • 60g Caster Sugar
    • 2 Eggs
    • 2 Egg Yolks
    • 2tbsp Orange Juice (optional)
    •  Zest of 1 Orange (optional)
    • TO SERVE
    •  Creme Fraiche
    Chocolate Fondant Recipe at MyDish

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    Chocolate Fondant

    by Sports

    by SportsViewed 4873 times


      Pure induldence - a chocolate lovers treat!


      1. 1. Pre-heat the oven to 200°C: 400°F: Gas 6.
      2. 2. Melt the butter and chocolate together in a double boiler.
      3. 3. While the chocolate is melting, whisk together the sugar, eggs and egg yolks until light and pale.
      4. 4. Pour the melted butter and chocolate over the egg mixture, stir and then fold in the sifted flour and cocoa powder with a metal spoon.
      5. 5. Lightly but thoroughly grease four oven proof dishes/ramekins and lightly dust with extra cocoa powder.
      6. 6. Divide the chocolate mixture among the dishes.
      7. 7. Place the dishes onto an oven proof tray and bake for 10-12 minutes.
      8. 8. When the outsides are crisp to the touch, carefully turn the puddings out of the moulds onto serving plates.
      9. 9. The centre should be still soft and lusciously saucy.
      10. 10. Serve with thick cream, creme fraiche or vanilla ice cream.

      11. Raspberries or fruit coulis optional


      • by alice3

        alice3  Fri Oct 22 2010   • Reply

        this chocolate fondant is heaven but it cooks better in 14 minutes i cooked it with milk chocolate tastes even better ! great snack and fun to make i highly reccomend it x

      • by Andie

        Andie  Fri Oct 22 2010   • Reply

        This is absolutely scrummy. I helped my ten year old daughter to make it, and in all honesty i had to do very little...other than eat it!i would recommend cooking it for 14 minutes.Enjoy. it seems i enjoyed it sooo much that my comment was posted twice!

      • by Andie

        Andie  Fri Oct 22 2010   • Reply

        This is absolutely scrummy. I helped my ten year old daughter to make it, and in all honesty i had to do very little...other than eat it!i would recommend cooking it for 14 minutes.Enjoy

      • by sophee

        sophee  Sat Jun 5 2010   • Reply

        This is absolutely delightfull! yum yum! I asked mummy if I wos alowed to bake and she said yes so I chose this. It wos definetly the right thing to do!. xx

      • by Sports

        Sports  Mon Oct 12 2009   • Reply

        This is a favouite for me and all my friends so hope it works well for you! Please let me know how you get on or if you have any improvements.

      • by Jaynie

        Jaynie  Sat Oct 10 2009   • Reply

        This looks an easy recipe to follow, will try this out next weekend.

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      • 125g (4½oz) Unsalted Butter
      • 125g (4½oz) Dark Chocolate (70%)
      • 55g (2½oz) Caster Sugar
      • 100g (3½oz) Plain Flour
      • 2 Small Free Range Eggs
      • 1 Tbsp Cocoa Powder
      • 3 Egg Yolks
      •  Fresh Cream Creme Fraiche Ice Cream for Serve
      Chocolate Fondant Pudding by Jean Christophe Novelli Recipe at MyDish

      based on 24 reviews


      Chocolate Fondant Pudding by Jean Christophe Novelli

      by carodeoliveira

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        1. In a bowl beat together the eggs, yolks and sugar until pale.

        2. Meanwhile, melt the chocolate and butter gently in a bowl set over a pan of hot water.

        3. Remove from the heat and slowly add to the egg mixture, beating until smooth.

        4. Carefully fold in the flour.

        5. Pour into 6 pre buttered molds before it begins to firm up.

        6. Allow to chill preferably overnight.

        7. To cook place into a pre heated oven at 180 C, for 10-15 minutes.

        8. By which time the centre should of domed up and feel dry.

        9. Turn out and serve with either vanilla ice cream or crème fraiche.

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        • 250g  unsalted butter, plus extra for greasing molds
        • 5 eggs, plus 5 extra yolks
        • 125g  caster sugar
        • 250g  Dark Chocolate
        • 50g  plain flour
        Easy Peasy Chocolate Fondant Recipe at MyDish

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        Easy Peasy Chocolate Fondant

        by May Yaqub

        by May Yaqub Viewed 189 times


          Mini sponge cakes with molten white and dark chocolate middles.


          1. 1.preheat oven to 200 degrees celsius

          2. 2. whisk together the eggs and sugar , sift in the flour and fold with a metal spoon or a spatula.

          3. 3. melt the butter and dark chocolate in the microwave , use the tempering method - put it in for 20 second intervals: 20 seconds then mix , and repeat until everything is melted.

          4. 4. Fold the chocolate and butter into the flour, eggs and sugar with a metal spoon or spatula.

          5. 5 Get four small ramekins (oven proof) and pour an equal amount of batter into each, finish with 2 pieces of white chocolate in the middle of each ramekin . Bake for 6 minutes.

          6. No need to cool as you want the melted chocolate in the middle , serve in the ramekins and enjoy!

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          • 3 Eggs
          • 70g Caster sugar
          • 75g  Plain Flour
          • 140g  Dark Chocolate
          • 140g  Butter
          • 4  Pieces of white chocolate