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Hot Chocolate Fondant Recipe

Hot Chocolate Fondant Recipe by Dean Cole, Head Pastry Chef at The Belfry Hotel & Resort

 

Easy Hot Chocolate Fondant Recipe

Easy Hot Chocolate Fondant Recipe

 

Easy Hot Chocolate Fondant Recipe

Dean Cole, Head Pastry Chef at The Belfry Hotel & Resort has shared his recipe to make six gooey and rich hot chocolate fondants so you can make hotel quality food at home. Thank you Dean these look absolutely scrummy

 

Ingredients for Easy Hot Chocolate Fondant Recipe

140g 85% dark chocolate

125g Unsalted butter

4 Large eggs

120g Caster sugar

75g Plain flour

Butter

Cocoa powder

Easy Hot chocolate fondant recipe

a delicious and easy hot chocolate fondant recipe
Course Dessert
Servings 6

Ingredients
  

  • 140g 85% dark chocolate
  • 125g Unsalted butter
  • 4 Large eggs
  • 120g Caster sugarer
  • 75g Plain flour
  • Cocoa powder
  • Butter

Instructions
 

  • Melt 140g of dark chocolate with a 125g unsalted butter over a pan of hot water
  • Once melted remove from the pan, add two eggs, and whisk the mixture
  • Add the last two eggs and continue to whisk the mixture before adding 120g of caster sugar.
  • Continue to stir the chocolate mixture
  • Add 75g of plain flour and stir the mix until smooth
  • Lightly butter your moulds and coat with cocoa powder before transferring the mix (approx. 120g)
  • Place the filled moulds on a tray and bake for eight minutes at 180֯C
  • After eight minutes, remove from the oven and leave to rest for two minutes
  • Serve as desired. We recommend this chocolate fondant recipe with berries and whipped cream or ice cream
Keyword chocolate, fondant

 

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You know you want to – sometimes a treat is exactly what we need and this folks is one fabulous treat! 

 

Hot Chocolate Fondant Recipe Video

For those of you who prefer to see how it is made I think you will enjoy this little recipe video

Oh my goodness I want to eat this right NOW!

 

Method for Easy Hot Chocolate Fondant Recipe

  • Melt 140g of dark chocolate with a 125g unsalted butter over a pan of hot water
  • Once melted remove from the pan, add two eggs, and whisk the mixture
  • Add the last two eggs and continue to whisk the mixture before adding 120g of caster sugar. Continue to stir the chocolate mixture
  • Add 75g of plain flour and stir the mix until smooth
  • Lightly butter your moulds and coat with cocoa powder before transferring the mix (approx. 120g)
  • Place the filled moulds on a tray and bake for eight minutes at 180֯C
  • After eight minutes, remove from the oven and leave to rest for two minutes
  • Serve as desired. We recommend serving with berries and whipped cream or ice cream

I bet you rather loved that last serving image, didn’t you! OMG I did this is just the tastiest of taster sensations. get in my tum right now! 

For more information, please visit www.thebelfry.com

 

Easy Hot Chocolate Fondant Recipe

How did you get on?

If you give this scummy and easy Hot Chocolate Fondant Recipe a try I would absolutely love to hear how you got on so please do drop me a comment below I do always absolutely love to hear from you so please do not be shy about making contact

 

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These are sure to keep you busy baking for a while at least! What is your favourite dessert? I think mine is probably treacle sponge pud with ice cream, though once I have tried these fondants I think that might change

 I do hope you have enjoyed learning to make this easy chocolate fondant recipe – one of the very best things I have enjoyed about recent time s is the chance to be much more creative and to bake from scratch a lot more. I don’t think my waistline is going to thank me for it though!

What is your absolutely most favourite dessert I wonder?

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