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Topic: Delicious (and ridiculously chocolatey!) Lava Cake  (Read 746 times)
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« on: May 05, 2009 11:29:57 PM »

I did this crazy modified king cake thing for Mardi Gras where instead of one person getting a baby, we all got buttons that defined different roles for us for the evening (there were two peasants, a merchant, and a king and queen). Anyway, the point for this post is that I made a "test cake" to make sure the buttons would all stay where I expected and that everything worked out okay. It did! Sadly, I do not have a picture of the actual Mardi Gras cakes because they were finished at the very last second and we immediately ate them, but I do have my test cake. I actually think the test cake is cuter because the cake is the perfect shape to be a volcano. Grin The Mardi Gras one just had green, purple, and yellow sprinkles on it instead of red and orange.


Ignore that there blue sprinkle.. he's just a bit of water waiting to get washed away by the hot magma coursing toward him. Certainly not a sprinkle that somehow managed to get on my otherwise totally awesome cake.

I am a sucker for cake mix in a box, so I used this recipe to fancy it up a little. The chocolate "sauce" on top is just chocolate chips mixed with a bit of oil and melted. It was ridiculously moist and chocolately and yum.
« Last Edit: May 12, 2009 10:48:25 PM by SciFunk » THIS ROCKS   Logged

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