You can mix up this flourless chocolate cake batter and put it in the pan well before you bake it, so it’s easy to put it on the grill while you’re having dinner. The cake will puff up nicely and look gorgeous, and then it will deflate and look less gorgeous. Don’t worry, you can make it lovely on the plate.
This is for those times you urgently need a brownie, but don’t want to make – or, rather, can’t justify making – a whole batch.
Kelly and David Boudreaux call for a Nature’s Grocer Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Egg Free, Soy Free Plain Doughnut to serve as the base, but you can use your favorite gluten-free doughnut mix (or any doughnut mix) if you’re inclined to bake these at home. A cake-style doughnut will best absorb the rum (you could poke a few holes in the doughnut with a toothpick, like you would for a pound cake glaze). Add coconut flakes over the caramel sauce, if you like (it is dessert, right? ). Feel free to “doctor-up” your “Faith Doughnut” any way you like.
Now, here’s a chocolate cake that’ll make everyone happy.
Who doesn’t love a flourless chocolate cake? Put Jane Green’s beautiful torte on your must-make list for Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, your anniversary, your birthday, a random Tuesday. . .you get the point.