Wow these are awesome! So easy to make as it doesn't take many ingredients. I was able to do it during a short study break and boy, was this a great treat. I actually didn't have a muffin tin so what I did was use a medium sized bowl, wrapped the inside in foil and then took it out and wrapped the remaining around for reinforcement. Then I took a small cup that was about the size of a muffin cup and carefully molded the middle of the bowl-size foil shape in. Then I folded the excess away from the opening so it stuck out the sides. And voila, a muffin cup with excess edges! Oh and I agree with other reviews on the fact that it really depends on the type of chocolate you use. I used dark chocolate from trader joe's and it turned out great. Have to pay attention to amount of salt next time though as I think I sprinkled in too much. Also, I cut the recipe in half and used 2 jumbo eggs.
I know there was a one-star review saying she was expecting a cake instead. So for those that are were expecting a cake, you can actually use this recipe to make really moist chocolate cakes. All you have to do is after 10 min, turn off the oven and leave the cake in there for a while. The residue heat will fully cook the cake.
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Wow these are awesome! So easy to make as it doesn't take many ingredients. I was able to do...