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Can i make one large cake in one container that fits in my instantpot?
The directions and ingredients were not that clear for a first time trying to make a dessert in the instapot and personally felt like the cake was to bitter.
Yummy and easy!
We love this.
Was ok. Definitely not a lava cake. A tad dense, but stull good.
Follewd recipie but no lava. Was like uncooked brownie
These are great for chocolate lovers – very rich and very chocolaty. Easy to make and recipe easy to follow.
Not lava cake at all… more like a pound cake. Maybe dont natural release for so long?
It is easy and delicious!
Very rich and good! I added 1 tsp vanilla extract and 1/2 tsp almond extract. I didn’t realize this recipe was for 8 oz ramekins. I used 6 oz ramekins and had batter left over. I filled my 4, 6 oz ramekins almost full so they didn’t cook all the way the first time. Cooked them another 5 min and quick released but they were done too much this time. Overall, this was a good recipe!
Any guesses on how they would turn out with pamelas gluten free baking mix instead of flour?
There was no lava! I was skeptical of doing a full natural pressure release. I should have done a quick release taken the cakes out as soon as the cooking time was over. They were completely cooked all the way through.
Delicious! The inside was gooey and fudgy. Not quite lava as some of the other comments note, but definitely not cooked all the way through. I’d recommend this recipe and will be making it again.
We have a 3 qt mini…made 2 ramekins at the time specified…then used the rest of it in a 6 x 3 fluted push pan for 25 minutes and allowed np release…
It was good but was just a little over cooked. It wasn’t runny like lava cake should be so i had to lower the time just to get it just right
I’ve made this a few times now. Love it!
Tasted like a flour bomb
We are sorry to hear it tasted like flour.
Tow possibilities why it tasted like flour, it was either not mixed properly or too much flour was used. When measuring ingredients for baking especially flower ensure to properly measure, if the flour is packed you can accidentally overfill the measuring spoon.
1st batch (2 8oz) I reduced time to 6 minutes and allowed it to releae pressure on it’s own. Definitely not done! Put it in for another 4 minutes and it was alright.
2nd batch I set pressure on manual for 8 minutes, allowed for natural release and then set on warm for 12 minutes. Came out perfect woth even a little bit of of “lava” in the middle. I am using the lux60 model (6 qrt) Instantpot. Only 2 8 oz ramekins fit at a time.
I made it in a large container and it was very tasty.
They totally forgot to put the steps in for partway filling ramekins, adding the “lava,” then top off ramekins……
There is no step that involves putting in the “Lava” and topping with batter.
The “Lava”, molten chocolate center, forms while cooking and is not added in.