Have you tried the Carnival Cruise Line Warm Chocolate Melting Cake? If you’ve been on a Carnival Cruise, you know how amazing it is. If not, you can indulge in this decadent chocolate melting cake at home.
Our sister, Elise, just got back from a cruise to the Caribbean with her family. As soon as she stepped on land she called me and said, “We need to figure out the recipe for the Melting Cake they served on the ship. It was to die for!” Literally, moments later I was on the phone with GET AWAY TODAY telling them about my sister’s cruise and they said “We have the recipe for that cake! A couple of our cruise specialists got the recipe from their last cruise!” I am not even kidding, that same day I went and got the ingredients to make it. Let me tell you – it was fabulous!
Our parents were on the same cruise with my sister. The next day they came for dinner. I made the melting cakes to see how they compared with the cakes on the ship. We are very picky about or copycat recipes and don’t post them unless they are PERFECT. They said the recipe is right on the money. They said it tasted EXACTLY like the cake they served on the ship. They had only been off the ship for a few days so the cake was still fresh in their memory.
- It is supposed to be spongy and cake-y on top but gooey and melty in the middle. After 14 minutes be sure to keep checking it. You don’t want it to be cake-y all the way through, nor do you want it to be too runny.
- Use your good judgement for doneness because oven temps and elevations are different for everyone. If you are worried about it, keep doing the “toothpick test” every minute or so. If you put the toothpick all the way down to the bottom and the bottom half of the toothpick DOESN’T come out clean.. you did it right!
Preheat oven to 375-degrees.
Melt chocolate and butter in a small saucepan, cool 10 minutes.
In the meantime, in a separate bowl, whisk eggs and sugar together.
Add flour and whisk until flour is well mixed in.
When chocolate has cooled stir in egg mixture.
Fill 7 oz. ramekins about 3/4 of the way full with chocolate batter.
Bake for 14 minutes.
You may need to add an extra few minutes of baking time depending on your elevation.
The cake should be cake-like and spongy on the top but the middle of the cake should be melty and gooey-- the consistency of pudding, not too runny.
Do not let it overcook--watch these babies closely!
Serve with ice cream.
Get Away Today
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