This is the Kind of Easy Recipe I Would Have Served Julia Childs!
This Molten Lava Cake is EXPLODING with flavor!
Recently my daughter in law told me about a molten lava cake she baked. It sounded so good and I wondered how she was able to keep the inside runny without allowing the cake to be raw in the center.
Before I had a chance to get the recipe from her I found this gem. Peanut Butter and Chocolate! Two classic flavors combined to make one very impressive lava dessert.
This dessert is not a make ahead type of event, but for a special occasion, this will really leave a lasting impression.
You know what..skip that last notion of waiting for a special occasion. Every day is worth celebrating in some small way so grab your apron and let’s get this volcano started!
Add a scoop of vanilla bean icecream on the side, and your guests won’t even care what you had for dinner.
This is what Cathy of Lemon Tree Dwelling has to say about this showstopping dessert.
I’ve always had a thing for chocolate + peanut butter. I mean….who hasn’t?? It’s the original salty/sweet combo….and even though we’ve invented thousands more since, nothing quite compares to the marriage of creamy peanut butter and sweet, rich chocolate. AmIright??
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Quick Tip: If you have a large muffin pan..( the one that makes the size of the huge Costco muffins) Go ahead and double the recipe and use that. Four might not be enough.