White Chocolate Lava Cakes

White Chocolate Lava Cakes
Mother's Day is this weekend and it's the perfect opportunity to treat mom with a special and yet super easy to make white chocolate lava cake! These cakes bake up nice and light and fluffy on the outside and stay liquid-y and smooth on the inside, just erupting with melted chocolate when you cut into them! These cakes may look a little intimidating to make but they are so easy! You simply mix the five ingredients and bake! It only takes a few minutes of baking and you can easily see when they are done as the top will look like it is just setting and it will only jiggle a little when you shake it. This Mother's Day, show mom a little of how much you appreciate her with these white chocolate molten cakes!

White Chocolate Lava Cakes

White Chocolate Lava Cakes

White Chocolate Lava Cakes

White Chocolate Lava Cakes
White Chocolate Lava Cakes

White Chocolate Lava Cakes

Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 20 minutes Total Time: 25 minutes Servings: 4

Light and fluffy white chocolate cakes with a velvety smooth and creamy molten lava centre!


ingredients
  • 3 1/2 ounces (100g) white chocolate
  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 6 tablespoons flour (rice flout for gluten-free)
  • 4 eggs
directions
  1. Melt the chocolate into the butter, remove from heat, mix in the sugar, flour and eggs.
  2. Divide the batter between 3-4 buttered ramekins and bake in a preheated 425F/220C oven until until the sides are lightly golden brown and the middle of the top jiggles just a little, about 10-13 minutes, before letting cool for 1 minute, running a knife around the outside, inverting and sliding out onto a plate to enjoy while still hot!

Tip: Prep the batter before dinner and bake them when ready!
Nutrition Facts: Calories 635, Fat 35g (Saturated 20g, Trans 0.8g), Cholesterol 226mg, Sodium 87mg, Carbs 74g (Fiber 0.3g, Sugars 64g), Protein 8g
Nutrition by: Nutritional facts powered by Edamam

13 comments:

Judy Goldin said...

Where's the sauce? It's not in the recipes.

Kevin Lynch said...

Judy Goldin: The sauce is the cake sauce/batter which baked solid on the edges and stayed liquid in the centre!

Janet Owens said...

where's the raspberry sauce we're supposed to add? it's not listed in the "ingredients".

Janet Owens said...

Judy - I've figured out that the raspberry sauce is a mistake. I believe the recipe was "cut and pasted" from the raspberry lava cake, and they simply forgot to delete the reference in the "directions" part of this recipe. so ignore it, and all should be well.

Janet Owens said...

Judy - I've figured out that the raspberry sauce is a mistake. I believe the recipe was "cut and pasted" from the raspberry lava cake, and they simply forgot to delete the reference in the "directions" part of this recipe. so ignore it, and all should be well.

Kevin Lynch said...

Judy & Janet: Sorry for the confusion there the Raspberry sauce was for the Raspberry version that I also make frequently!

Heather Christo said...

oh wow! I love white chocolate, I bet these are amazing!

Maria Lichty said...

A perfect Mothers Day treat!

Melissa said...

I love lava cakes! I have made all kinds of varieties and have been meaning to try a white chocolate version. It looks as good as I imagine it would taste.

marla {Family Fresh Cooking} said...

Such a decadent treat!

mary said...

does this bake in a water bath?

Julie | Table for Two said...

My husband will love this!

Georgia said...

Every one love chocolate and its a perfect recipe for every chocolate lovers and me too also. I will surely try it for my family.. Thanks for this recipe.

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