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Chocolate Molten Cupcakes with Powdered Sugar & Strawberries!!!

Made for a Champagne & Cupcakes party my friend had for the end of term at Oxford. :)


5 eggs
2 tablespoons of flour
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup butter
250 grams extra-dark chocolate
1 pinch salt


Preheat oven to 180 degrees celcius.

Melt butter and chocolate together in a water-bath.

In a separate bowl, mix eggs and sugar until sugar is dissolved.
Add in pinch of salt and mix until dissolved.

Mix butter-chocolate and egg mixture together.

Slowly add flour in through a sift while continuously mixing.

Pour mixture about 3/4 full into a ramequin or a cupcake holder. 

Put in oven for approximately 15 minutes (though keep an eye on it, these are extremely easy to over-cook!)

When cooked, place on a tray and add powdered sugar onto the cupcakes through a sift.

Then, add on chopped strawberries.

Voila! Enjoy!


eboyle1 (author)2014-05-31

How far in advance of eating these can they be made? I'm making them for a friends birthday.

TheEdibleCow (author)2013-01-26

Hey great recipe! I was wondering, would I be able to eat these cold?

Hi there -- well, the molten chocolate in the centre doesn't really have the right texture anymore when they're cold unfortunately. They still taste good but not really quite as good.

Hope this helps. :)

Thank you, that helped a lot! I will be trying these soon! :)

ihart (author)2011-04-06

Thanks so much for posting this. We made it last night at home and it was a hit. It was delicious and moist served hot.

Some conversions for US measures:
1) 250 grams chocolate worked out to 1.5 cups of chocolate chips in a measuring cup.
2) The oven temp 180 degs C is 355 deg. F.
3) 1/2 cup butter is 1 stick of butter.

Some comments:
1) We used semi-sweet choco chips melted in a microwave.
2) We melted the butter in a microwave.
3) We just slowly added the flour without sifting.
4) We made 9 cupcakes with this recipe.
5) We cooked it for 20 minutes.

pembrokegourmet (author)ihart2013-01-13

ihart - sorry for the late reply but just wanted to say, it looks like they came out beautifully! glad you enjoyed them. :)

WhyHello (author)2011-03-29

Not Dark Chocolate D:

pembrokegourmet (author)2011-03-27

Glad it worked and glad you enjoyed it! :)

ginger_snaps (author)2011-03-26

I did use the microwave to melt the butter/chocolate. Works just fine. :)

These are SO delicious! Thanks for sharing!!

jennyespa (author)2011-03-24

Can't wait to try this recipe! I looks great and the kids will love it!

pembrokegourmet (author)2011-03-23

Haven't tried microwaving yet! Don't know how it would turn out? If you've done both and it works just as well I'm sure that's fine too! :)

Also - I did one batch for a friend of mine's birthday with a mix of blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries and it was lovely too!

kathrynl (author)2011-03-23

These look very delicious. I think I will do this with raspberries. Thanks!

scoochmaroo (author)2011-03-23

OH wow, I will definitely be trying this. Have you ever used your microwave to melt the butter/chocolate?

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