Simple And Awesome French Chocolate Cake Fondant

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  • 2Servings
  • 25 mPrep Time
  • 10 mCook Time
  • 35 mReady In
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Chocolate cake Fondant is a popular French biscuit dough dessert that features a hard shell and a liquid center.

Fondant owes its birth to a simple accident: the chef took his cupcakes out of the oven ahead of time and found that they were still liquid inside, and the hot filling flowed out like lava. Despite the mistake, the dessert has become incredibly popular in the best restaurants in the world.

Want to enjoy something delicious? Prepare Fondant according to this recipe. It turns out very quickly, insanely tasty, inexpensive, original! You can prepare chocolate fondant with a liquid filling in a maximum of 30 minutes.

Serve this hot dessert with a scoop of creamy ice cream for a truly delicious treat. The perfect treat for women’s holidays and romantic evenings!


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Step by step method

  • Step 1

    Place the butter and chocolate in a saucepan and melt over low heat or a steam bath, you should get a glossy homogeneous mass. It should be slightly cooled.

  • Step 2

    Grind eggs with sugar.

  • Step 3

    Pour into chocolate mixture.

  • Step 4

    Add flour and stir until you get a thick, sticky dough.

  • Step 5

    Grease muffin tins or other suitable small-diameter molds with butter and sprinkle with cocoa. With a spoon, spread the dough into molds for 2/3 of the volume.

  • Step 6

    Cook at 180 degrees for 5-10 minutes, depending on the features of the oven.

  • Step 7

    You can lightly press on the surface with your finger: the outside of the Fondant should be solid, and the liquid filling should be felt inside.

  • Step 8

    Serve the Fondant warm, otherwise the chocolate will harden inside.

Tips & variations

  • The main thing when cooking Fondant is to attach yourself to your own oven and understand how long it takes to get a real Fondant with a crispy appetizing crust on the outside and a liquid, chocolate cream.

  • To make the dough more homogeneous, the butter should be at room temperature.

  • Cake chocolate is taken bitter, from 70%, it has a pleasant aroma, bitterness will not be felt, since sugar is used.

  • Eggs need to be refrigerated in order to beat easily. You can add a few grains of salt, experienced chefs say that this also facilitates the whipping process.

  • To improve the flavor of baking, you can add a little vanilla or use vanilla sugar to beat with eggs.

Comments (2)

  • Alicia

    A wonderful option for a sweet treat for a children’s holiday. Everyone was happy, both adults and children. They even asked for a supplement. It’s good that everything is described in detail in the recipe, it’s important to me as a novice cook.

  • Emma

    I love chocolate fondue, I have such a sweet tooth! Every time my friends and I go to a restaurant, I never miss an opportunity to order it. I always thought it was hard to make it at home, but this recipe seems pretty easy! Thanks for sharing)

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