January 12, 2018
You don't want a beautifully baked lava cake, only to realise that you are unable to remove it from its ramekin. Grease your ramekins well and it will be a breeze for you to get your lava cake out. Just run a sharp knife along the sides and pop it out!
Although you’re supposed to serve lava cakes warm, allowing the cake to cool for a minute or two before you remove it from the ramekins will help the cake set a little and prevent it from breaking when you remove them. Removing the cakes immediately may cause your cake to collapse into a mush.
Your lava cake will only taste as good as the ingredients you use. So, if you want your cake to be absolutely mind-blowing, grab quality ingredients. Not only will the ingredients enhance the taste, it will also improve the texture of the cake.
Try our Molten Chocolate Lava Cake Recipe, and the Milo Lava Cake Recipe.
June 24, 2020
Perfect cake tips I will at home definitely
June 01, 2020
That will depend on your recipe, but it should stay molten for quite a while if you leave the cakes out at room temperature.
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Let the lava cake cool and set slightly in the baking pan before unmolding and consuming warm! Hope this helps. If you need further baking assistance, please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 27, 2020
Should I let the lava cake cool in the pan or out of the pan?
I am looking forward to receiving your assistance.
Any other tip, you thing that might be useful, is welcome.
Many thanks in advance !!!
April 10, 2019
How long will the middle stay molten for
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