No ImageMint Chocolate Pudding Cakes

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  1. Marsha

    In response to Dorothy’s question about storing overnight. I’m baking for only 2 so the first evening we ate 2 and I stored 4 in the refrigerator. Warmed each for 15 seconds in the microwave before serving and found them equally delicious the second and third meals we ate them.

  2. Marsha

    Just baked these for the first time tonight…totally yumminess. Will definitely be adding these to my recipe book. Unlike Eva, the centers of mine were very set-up, almost pudding like and I had no problem getting them out of the pans. I have the silicone mini-pans from King Arthur flour and they worked great for this recipe.

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  3. Dorothy

    Can these be stored overnight before serving?

    Don’t know, haven’t done it. ~Elise

  4. Amandine

    Just made it, couldn’t wait for it to cool off! It was delicious, I have some peppermint in my yard and I am happy I could use it!

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  5. Teresa

    I tried to flip one out of the ramekin and it broke in half and the center oozed out everywhere! Sadness, they had to be eaten out of the ramekins. But they were still very good!

    Just how molten liquidy is it supposed to be because mine was very VERY mostly liquidy in the middle. Will the problem be fixed if I just leave it in the oven longer? I wasn’t sure what to expect and envisioned it a little more like a molten lava cake.

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