Rich Dense Chocolate Pudding Cake
When you have a big craving for chocolate, you just have to have it and the more chocolatey the dessert, the better! Next time you have a chocolate craving, you have to try out this Rich Dense Chocolate Pudding Cake! It looks soooo good and chocolatey! It just looks perfectly gooey and melted with the half baked looking chocolate and chocolate cake... you will be in heaven and in no time at all, since this great recipe also only takes a short time to make! Ben Rayl, contributed this awesome recipe on Comfortable Food blog, as one of his all time childhood favourite desserts that his mom used to make and he could never figure out how the layers ended up the way they did!
Chocolate itself has been around such a long time, to the mid 1700s, when Dr. James Baker, wanted to experiment by crushing up some cacao beans to make some chocolate. The cacao bean was then made into a powder some years later by a mechanical extraction and chocolate became a daily snack that was actually pretty affordable. Almost 100 years later, a process called conching was invented where the cacao was made into a substance that was easier to mix into cake batters. Chocolate cakes weren't really majorly introduced until the 1930s, as Devil's Food Cake.
This nice Rich Dense Chocolate Pudding Cake is super simple to make. It is basically a brownie batter with a dry mix on top, and some water to make the pudding part. Everything bakes in the oven and the centre is left nice and gooey and warm. Sounds delicious! This would be a great treat to have if you are really craving chocolate. Add some vanilla ice cream and make it a brownie Sunday with some more chocolate sauce or maybe some caramel sauce! Wouldn't that be awesome!? Try it out for yourself! Head over to 'Comfortable Food' by following the link in the section below for more!
Nutrition Facts for: Rich Dense Chocolate Pudding Cake From Comfortable Food
Ingredients: Sugar, all-purpose flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, salt, milk, butter, vanilla, sugar, cocoa powder, coffee.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 16 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 172, Calories from Fat 41, Total Fat 4.6g 7%, Saturated Fat 2.9g 15%, Cholesterol 11mg 4%, Sodium 106mg 4%, Potassium 213mg 6%, Carbohydrates 33.8g 11%, Dietary Fiber 1.6g 6%, Sugars 23.6g, Protein 2.0g, Vitamin A 2%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 5%, Iron 7%
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