Quick & Easy Chocolate Fondant

This will fill two ramekins. Even if you do not have all the sweets making tools, you can do it easily.

Recipe By: Louise-Marie-Anne (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/418)
Makes 2 Prep: 8 min Cook: 12 min

Ingredients

Dark chocolate 40g
Unsalted butter 40g
Egg 1
Granulated sugar 30g
Salt 1/2 pinch
Plain flour 15g
Butter for ramekins as required

Method

1
Microwave the chocolate and butter for 40 to 50 seconds, then whisk well to dissolve the chocolate completely. Add the egg and sugar and whisk well.
2
Add the salt and sieved flour and whisk well.
3
Rub the butter on the bottom and sides of two ramekins (or cocotte dishes) and pour in Step 2, then put in an oven preheated to 200 ℃ and bake for 12 minutes.
4
After baking, leave them to cool. Tap the ramekins on the table and turn them over to release the fondants.

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Quick & Easy Chocolate Fondant

This will fill two ramekins. Even if you do not have all the sweets making tools, you can do it easily.

Recipe By: Louise-Marie-Anne (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/418)

Makes 2

Prep: 8 min

Cook: 12 min

Ingredients

Dark chocolate 40g
Unsalted butter 40g
Egg 1
Granulated sugar 30g
Salt 1/2 pinch
Plain flour 15g
Butter for ramekins as required

Quick & Easy Chocolate Fondant

Recipe ID :2618 Posted on 01 MAY 2017

Makes 2

Prep 8min
Cook 12min
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This will fill two ramekins. Even if you do not have all the sweets making tools, you can do it easily.

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Ingredients

Method

Prep
8min
Cook
12min
1
Microwave the chocolate and butter for 40 to 50 seconds, then whisk well to dissolve the chocolate completely. Add the egg and sugar and whisk well.
2
Add the salt and sieved flour and whisk well.
3
Rub the butter on the bottom and sides of two ramekins (or cocotte dishes) and pour in Step 2, then put in an oven preheated to 200 ℃ and bake for 12 minutes.
4
After baking, leave them to cool. Tap the ramekins on the table and turn them over to release the fondants.
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