Great recipe! Ideal size for one or two (one in my case!) I didn't have Bisquick, so I substituted 1/2 c. flour, 3/4 tsp. baking powder, a dash of salt, and 1/2 Tb. butter (just cut in). Turned out fantastic, good thick pudding sauce with great chocolate flavor. This is a keeper!
I agree with another reviewer that this tasted like it was missing something. Maybe since it dosent have the egg that normal cakes have. It reminded me of a "depression" cake that they used to make during the war when dairy was hard to come by. I did enjoy it thougth and it was nice to make such a small serving size, but I just don't think i will make it again. Thanks for posting.
Superb yummy chocolate pudding! Only change was a tablespoon of molasses replaced the brown sugar for the topping. Served with double cream. Easy to prepare & delicious = perfect recipe!
OMG! This was awesome! I doubled the recipe for my family and I wasn't disappointed! I couldn't wait for it to cool so I ate it warm the inside was very runny, later I saw some left at the table that had cooled and the inside was definately like pudding! I calculated it to be 5 WW points per cake and next time I will wait for it to cool. Thanks for a great chocolate pick me up!
"YUM!" said my 4 yr old and my hubby loved it too. What an easy, from the pantry, chocolatey dessert! I doubled it for my little family and served with whipped cream and big glasses of milk-we were all very happy campers. Thanks for posting SW!
This is quite good and I am so happy to find a dessert that makes only a small amount. Since I had no Bisquick I used the flour, etc. as suggested in the other review. Altho I enjoyed it, I did feel it was missing something, but that might be due to my having to use soy milk rather than the real thing. Thanks for sharing, shapeweaver.