Warm Flourless Chocolate Cake with Caramel Sauce

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I made this last night and everyone loved it! I didn’t cook the caramel sauce long enough but I really don’t think it was necessary since the cake was so sweet and good. Unfortunately this cake got left out on the counter overnight. Does anyone know if it is still ok to eat?

I am only rating the caramel sauce and it was PERFECT. I topped a cheesecake with this caramel sauce, drizzeled chocolate, and pecans for a “turtle cheesecake”

My sister can’t have gluten so I surprised her with this as a special Christmas treat. She loved it. It reminds me of brownies. Very rich and chocolately. The caramel sauce is a nice touch. I will take others’ suggestions and try whipped topping or ice cream next time to see what we like best. For the fun of it I thought about substituting some white choc. chips in place of the 8 oz. of chocolate to see how that tastes.

I gave it four stars because I think maybe a flourless cake can never be the same or as good as a cake with flour, yet this one was delicious and I believe everyone at my party enjoyed it. I did not make the caramel sauce and served it warm with vanilla bean ice cream which was a hit.

I was looking for a recipe similar to a flourless chocolate cake I had years ago at the old Berghoff restaurant in Chicago. I’ve found it! This is rich, dense and fudgy. It has a nice, dark flavor. I have never cared for dark chocolate, but I loved this cake. I agree with previous reviewers; be careful not to overbake! I used a 9″ springform pan and set my timer for 35 minutes. After I first checked it, the toothpick was very wet. I checked it again every minute or two. It only took five more minutes for the toothpick to emerge dry! I garnished the cake with a sprinkling of powdered sugar and a few strawberry fans. I served it with whipped cream (non-dairy whipped topping just wouldn’t cut it!) and vanilla bean ice cream. I also made the caramel sauce. It wasn’t bad, but it was rather thin. I wasn’t crazy about the taste, but then again, caramel is my favorite thing in the world and I am very particular about it! I do agree that it may have tasted a little better without the lemon juice. All that being said, though, I feel that ANY kind of caramel sauce was unnecessary. In my opinion, the sweetness of the caramel sauce competed too much with the rich cake. Whipped cream and/or a raspberry puree would be more complimentary. Great recipe!


1 cup butter, cubed
8 ounces semisweet chocolate, chopped

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