Souffle Day

I decided to make some chocolate Souffle’s for no reason other than that I had all the ingredients and I felt like baking. This is my attempt at recreating or reinacting Najwa Kronfel’s recipe that I found on her site, Delicious Shots here: (I do NOT own this recipe)


8 oz bittersweet chocolate – you can use a baking bar or chips either way you will be melting this

1 stick of butter

3 eggs

1/2 cup granulated sugar

1/2 cup flour

2 teaspoons of vanilla – I added an extra spoon because I just love the hint of vanilla mixed with the chocolate.

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Set your oven to 400 degrees F. You can start  preparing your ramekins by placing them on a baking sheet as well as applying generous amounts of butter. I used Land O Lakes Unsalted.

Then melt your chocolate, (I invested a bit and bought two bars of Godiva) with the stick of butter either in the microwave or in a double boiler. You can turn the heat off when the mixture is smooth.

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In a separate bowl beat the eggs and sugar with an electric mixer, beat in the vanilla.

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Stir the egg concoction into the chocolate. Then add in the flour and mix well.

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Put the batter into four ramekins. I thought I had extra batter so I prepared a fifth ramekin. Turns out that that batter is necessary for the other four souffles in order to get that fluffy poof at the top.

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Finally bake for 12-15 minutes, mine took about 13. The edge of the cake should be set but the center is supposed to look a bit more fluid-like. You can serve them as is with some powdered sugar on top or invert them onto plates and serve with ice cream.

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Are there any recipes you would like me to try out? Let me know below!


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