Easy Chocolate Soufflé Recipe / Valentin’s Day Special Chocolate Souffle cake !!!


Chocolate is fantasy for everyone !!! The word itself gives more delightful & Romance ….

Chocolate always makes a wonderful recipes for desserts. So here it’s spongy chocolate souffle cake for your special one’s …. Its melts on your mouth !!! Lets see it…

Preparation Time: 30 minutes

Baking Time: 15 – 20 minutes


Mild sweet chocolate / chips – 2 tbsp (30 gms)
Butter – 1 tbsp
All purpose flour – 1 tbsp
Eggs – 2 (separated white & yolk)
Hot milk – 1/3 cups (80 ml)
Granulated white sugar – 2 tbsp (plus extra sugar for ramekins)
Vanilla extract – ½ tsp


  • Brush or grease the ramekins with soft butter / vegetable oil, then coat with sugar and kept in freezer for atleast 30 minutes.

  • Now set the oven rack in lower third of the oven and preheat to 400 degrees F.

  • Add butter into a small pan, melt butter and add flour and cook for 1 min on low flame.

  • After that add the hot milk on over medium heat, stir constantly with spatula without any lumps.

  • Put off the flame, add chocolate and stir until melted and set aside.

  • Separate the egg yolks and add to the chocolate mixture, one at a time and add the vanilla extract.

  • Now beat the separated egg white with hand mixer, by slowly adding the sugar until stiff peak or meringue stage.

  • Take 2 tbsp of meringue and add into the chocolate mixture and stir it.

  • Now add the chocolate mixture to the remaining meringue and fold with the spatula slowly.

  • Pour the batter in to the ramekins and clean the ramekins with your thumb.

  • Now bake at 400 degrees F. for about 15 to 20 minutes, or until puffed and crusted on top.

  • Garnish with Confectionery / powdered sugar & Chocolate ice cream.

  • Serve it hot and enjoy it !!!

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