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Fat Chocolate Cakes

You have GOT to try these!  I set out one day to add more chocolate to the lineup and this definitely hit the mark.  I'm using 4" springform pans and making outrageously moist little chocolate cakes in one layer.  I split them after they cool and fill each one with a HUGE scoop of freshly made chocolate buttercream frosting.  After replacing the top half and pressing down slightly to make the frosting ooze out the sides a bit, I heat the remaining frosting to glaze consistency and pour it over the top so it drips down the sides.
 
I've been told that these are about as chocolate as anything can get and they're extremely popular at the Open Aire Market on the weekend.
 
I sincerely welcome any comments/critiques about these little chocolate gems, and I plan on keeping them around for a long time!
 
 
 

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Laura on Sunday, October 23, 2011 4:47 AM
Wow...CHOCOLATY GREATNESS...sounds so great. I'm also wondering if you have done anything with fig as in cookies with fig or a combo of apricot and fig, I have a hankering for those flavors after I overload on chocolate of course.
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The Baker on Sunday, October 23, 2011 2:03 PM
Hi Laura: Thanks for the question! Actually, I haven't explored the whole world of the fig up to this point! It's certainly something I can look into. I've been toying with the idea of some unusual tarts, so that may be the way I go on that. A fig and apricot tart for the holidays! Give me a bit, and I'll come up with something for you :-)
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