May 29, 2017


Do you ever forget about a recipe, and then you are reminded of it years later?

That's what happened for me with this cake made in the crockpot.

Years ago, a friend of mine made dinner for me for my birthday, and dessert was a cake made in the crockpot and served with ice cream.  Yummy.

The recipe was in Southern Living magazine, and it was made with a spice cake mix.

We recently ate a late lunch at Ya Ya's, and had their chocolate souflee, which is very much like a chocolate molten lava cake.  I have had it described to me as such by a server at this restaurant.  It is served with vanilla ice cream and raspberry sauce (which I could always use more of).

You have to order the souflee when you order your lunch because it takes approximately 45 minutes to make.

It is truly my favorite dessert.  I have made it at home with varying degrees of success.  

Hey!  This was good!  (But not as good as the real deal.  No way.)  It is best served while it is warm.


Crockpot Chocolate Molten Lava Cake

1 chocolate cake mix (plus ingredients for preparing cake:  eggs, oil, and water)
1 jar of hot fudge 
1 12-ounce bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips

Add chocolate cake mix, the ingredients listed on box for preparing cake, hot fudge, and semi-sweet chocolate chips into a crockpot.  Mix ingredients with a spoon.  Turn crockpot on low and cook for 2 to 5 hours.

Serve with vanilla ice cream.



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