6 Reviews

I made this recipe in silicone cups in a muffin tin. Since I did not need to dust the cups, I incorporated the cocoa powder into the batter. I made them a day ahead and put them in a warm oven to warm them back up the next day. A single recipe makes 12 cupcakes. They came out fantastic, with melted chocolate in the center, and a glossy, perfectly rounded top crust that looked beautiful, and did not fall at all. I made this recipe for dessert for my son's 11th birthday party. With the exception of one child who did not like the gooey center, there is not a crumb left anywhere in the house. The kids and adults all raved. Delicious!

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Zephyr's Breeze November 13, 2008

O M G !! The most Decadent EVER, and so simple ~ you won't believe it!! A must try for sure!!

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mendedwing2 November 09, 2008

this is the best volcano cake recipe ive ever seen its soo moist and melt in your mouth delisious and its soo eazy to make

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lil lil chef November 12, 2006

This recipe is awsome !

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malikw12 July 03, 2012

Just wonderful. This is a keeper.

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wattbulb2004 February 15, 2009

These decadent little cakes were easy to make and make a wonderful presentation when you are trying to impress guests! I pull them apart as soon as they come out of the oven and top them with a scoop of ice cream, hot fudge, whipped cream, and a cherry. They are good for sharing because they are too big for one person to finish!

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AHoff08 January 13, 2009
Chocolate Volcano Cakes