I just pulled this straight form the Carnival website. There are a couple of variations:<br/><br/> <br/><br/>8 ounces semisweet chocolate<br/>1 cup (2 sticks) butter<br/>7 eggs, divided use<br/>6 tablespoons sugar<br/>1/2 cup flour<br/>Vanilla ice cream, for serving <br/>Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Melt chocolate and butter; cool 10 minutes. <br/><br/>In separate bowl, mix 4 eggs with sugar. Whisk. Add flour and whisk. Add remaining 3 eggs. Add egg mixture to chocolate mixture. Pour in individual baking cups or ramekins. <br/><br/>Bake until just done, about 15-20 minutes (interior will be melting, not set). <br/><br/>Serve with vanilla ice cream.<br/><br/>Makes 8 servings. Approximate nutritional values per serving: 460 calories (64.7 percent calories from fat), 8 g protein, 35 g carbohydrate, 27 g sugar, 2 g dietary fiber, 35 g fat, 250 mg cholesterol, 60 mg sodium.<br/><br/>This was one of my favorite parts of the cruise!!!! TO DIE FOR!!!!!!
I've just got to try this again soon. I cooked it for 18 minutes and that was too long. Nothing melting left. All cooked like brownie. Ate it anyway and it was good, but I really want to recreate that delicious cruise ship dessert!
Tried this recipe. Baked for 15 mins, and it was way too cakey. Not melty at all. And the taste is also off. Not sweet enough, and probably should use dark semisweet chocolate.
Went on a carnival cruise a few weeks ago, this desert was amazing! This recipe not so much. I cooked it for 16 minutes and it was completely cooked - no melty in the middle at all.
Just like being on the boat! Thanks! (It would be helpful to have the amounts listed in "cups" as well as ounces, too.)
On our last cruise my husband and I took a cooking class with one of the Carnival Chefs. This was one of the recipes he made for us. We love Cozumel but this melting cake is a close second. I have yet to meet anyone that doesn't like this. This is great at the best restaurant on the ship or at the buffet.