Chocolate Soufflé Recipe

The words are simply not enough to describe what a chocolate soufflé tastes like. This is a flourless souffle, incredible light, chocolaty and simply divine. Definitely a must for chocolate lovers.

To print the recipe check the full recipe on my blog:

2 tbsp (30ml) milk
1 tbsp (15g) cream
5 tbsp (75g) sugar
2 oz (60g) 55-70% dark chocolate
2 egg yolks
3 egg whites
1/4 tsp (2g) salt
1/4 cup (30g) unsweetened cocoa powder, good quality
3 tbsp (45ml) water
Powdered sugar for dusting
Butter and granulated sugar for coating the ramekins
Topping (optional)
7 oz (200ml) whipping cream
1 tbsp (7g) powdered sugar

1. Preheat oven to 375° (190C). Butter the inside of your soufflé molds ( I used 3 1/2 Inch- 9 cm Ramekins). Dust the molds with granulated sugar, then pour out the excess.

2. Place milk and cream in a small saucepan and stir over medium heat until it boils. Remove from heat, add chocolate. Let sit for 1 minute then stir until well combined and all of the chocolate has melted.

3. Add the cocoa powder and water and whisk until very hot over bain marie (double boiler).

4. Remove from the heat and set aside to cool for few minutes.

5. Meanwhile whip the egg whites with salt until foamy. Gradually add sugar and beat until stiff peaks form.

6. Add egg yolks to chocolate mixture and whisk in to combine.

7. Using a rubber spatula gently mix one-third of the egg whites into chocolate mixture. Then fold the chocolate mixture into the remaining whites. Spoon batter into prepared molds.

8. Bake until the soufflé has risen to about 1 1/2 inch above the dish, for about 13-15 minutes.

9. Meanwhile whip the cream with powdered sugar if used for serving.

10. Remove from the oven and dust the top with powdered sugar and add a spoon of whipped cream. Serve immediately as the soufflé will begin to deflate after in 2 minutes.

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28 Responses

  1. What kind of cream can I use it?

  2. Ziyad Hamdi says:

    u can replace all that bullshit chokolat with nutela

  3. qaracosmos says:

    the recipe doesnt make the souffle…the souffle makes the recipe

  4. can we bake this in a cooker..? cause I don't have an oven..

  5. What is a substitute for cream

  6. is it have to be eaten hot? or colder one can also be served…??

  7. I tried it and it tasted so good

  8. faria khan says:

    i made this today n it was just wow… thanks for this recipe…. may God bless u ….

  9. thank you so much because your amazing recipe?

  10. Ewwww dark chocolate I'm using milk chocolate

  11. neha budhia says:

    Is there any substitute of eggs???

  12. can i skip thhe cream?

  13. MissClaud17 says:

    a really easy recipe,thanks

  14. Sehar khan says:

    can i skip cream and coco powder

  15. buonissimiiiii!!!????

  16. i love the music playing in the background, may i know the artist

  17. I'm making one this Christmas for my mom. Thanks for the help

  18. Al Z says:

    When everything is mixed together, is it possible to keep the batch in the fridge? Or will this ruin the mixture? Curious if I can make 1 and the rest later or just make lots and bake them after dinner, instead of preparing it all then baking right after.

  19. Raw egg ??yucky????

  20. Miriam Naji says:

    das hab ich auch gemacht das hat nicht funkzonirt :(

  21. Manar Halawa says:

    what is this song called

  22. watching your videos all day ?

  23. Estaría bueno que esté en español también, me re gustó y se me antojó chocolate ?

  24. AMREEN AHMED says:

    u make chocolate shuffle is very good i hope it may be delicious

  25. AMREEN AHMED says:

    u make chocolate shuffle is very good i hope it may be delicious .

  26. Deadleg says:

    Some 70's porn music in the background would be a welcome addition to the garbage that's currently being played.

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