Baked Hot Chocolate

"I found this recipe on someone's blog as I was stumbling around the internet. I just baked it today , and oh myyyyy! I didn't have the individual dishes to bake it in , and quite frankly , I wasn't sure how big they should be as the recipe doesn't say ... I used my 1 1/2 quart corning bakeware. The middle sunk down a bit , but didn't ruin the recipe as far as I know :) If you decide to make this , and DO have individual baking dishes to use , please share what size they are? Thanks , and I hope you enjoy! ** The original recipe states this is 4 servings. I'm changing it to 6 .. It's VERY rich."
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  • 9 ounces semisweet chocolate, chopped
  • 3 ounces butter
  • 4 eggs
  • 14 cup sugar


  • Combine chocolate and butter in a mixing bowl and melt over a double boiler. Combine the eggs and sugar in a separate mixing bowl and warm over double boiler until warm to the touch. Transfer egg mixture to mixer and whip until fluffy. Fold whipped eggs into melted chocolate. Divide evenly into four bake proof dishes and bake at 350° for 17-20 minutes.

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  1. my3beachbabes
    This was AWESOME!!! It is a rich decadent dessert that people will think took you alot of effort when it was so easy to put together!! I used 4 ramekins to make these.... Thanks for posting Marlene! Made for my 3 chefs 08'
  2. Ambar F.
    Delicious! I was looking for a quick chocolaty dessert and this one did not disappoint! I halved the recipe in order to save some ingredients, and a ramekin was more than enough for me! This dessert is so rich that it satisfies you right away. You can probably get away with filling six rather than four ramekins, they'll be smaller but I don't think it'll matter. I didn't have ice cream, so I just threw some marshmallows on top and toasted them! Be weary of the eggs on the double boiler, because mine came close to joining the scrambled family. I hope you'll enjoy this as much as I did!
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  3. YaYa1689
    Hello, Can't wait to cook this delectable recipe! But it says that it serves 6 yet says in the instructions to pour into 4 bowls. Which is correct? Thanks!


  1. Ambar F.
    Added cinnamon, nutmeg, and a bit of cream of tartar. I also threw in some honey whiskey I had on hand for baking, and it made it amazing!!


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