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Chocolate Molten Lava Cake

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  • Hands-On Time: 45 Minutes
  • Total Time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
  • Servings:
  • Difficulty: Pretty Easy
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Baking Instructions

  1. Prepare the frosting as directed and place into the piping bag
  2. Pipe 24 quarter size discs and place in the freezer for 30 minutes or until hard
  3. Meanwhile, prepare the cupcake batter as directed.
  4. Deposit the batter into 12 lined cupcake molds.
  5. Place two discs on top and place in the oven.
  6. Bake at 350°F for about 20-23 minutes.
  7. Serve immediately or set aside to cool and rewarm in the microwave.

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cake freshness

cake freshness

when I have baked the appropriate layers for wedding or occasional cake, once the cake is turned from the pan I immediately wrap tightly with several layers of aluminum foil and place in freezer. I find that the hot moisture freezes within and once frosted in the frozen state it thaws to a very moist, fresh consistency.


Crisco over Pam

Crisco over Pam

I just recently found out. IF you are baking a cake it is better to you Crisco over Pam, simply because Pam has a better chance of letting your cake stick to the pan. But rubbing Crisco over ALL sections of the pan will limit chances for cake crumbling and sticking. -Passionate_Baker





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