Carnival Warm Chocolate Melting Cake Please!

Carnival Chocolate Melting cake recipe

The secret ingredient is always chocolate!

Okay, let’s face it.  There is no other dessert on Carnival ships besides Warm Chocolate Melting Cake, right?  Oh, okay, there may be a few tiny other selections to choose from.  Or there may be so many selections that you don’t know what to pick.  But for me, there is only one Carnival dessert.  My husband thinks I’m crazy, but so be it.  So, I have decided for this blog to give you the recipe so that you can make this decadent dessert every single time you get that urge for Warm Chocolate Melting cake, served warm, of course, with vanilla ice cream.  It’s great with Peanut Butter too!

Warm Chocolate Melting Cake

8 oz Semi Sweet Chocolate

1 cup butter

7 eggs (at room temperature)

6 Tbsp. Sugar

1/2 Cup Flour

Confectioners Sugar for garnish

Melt the chocolate and butter together in a double boiler or carefully in a pan. Cool for 10 minutes. Meanwhile, in a bowl, mix the eggs with the sugar, and whisk for a few minutes.  Add the flour to the egg mixture. Whisk. Then combine the egg mixture with the melted chocolate mixture, and mix.  Pour into individual greased ramekins.  Bake in the oven at 375 degrees F for 15-20 minutes until just done.  The center will be liquid chocolate, don’t overcook.   To make gluten free, omit flour.

Sprinkle with confectioners’ sugar and garnish with fresh fruit if desired.  Serve warm with vanilla ice cream.

Serves 6

Okay, enjoy your Warm Chocolate Melting Cake, and dream of your next Carnival Cruise!

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