Chocolate soufflé cupcakes with mint cream. I’m clearly some sort of grinch, because when I think of flourless chocolate cakes I imagine giant discs of truffle so dense and overly rich that even a sliver of somehow feels excessive, the kind of throwaway dessert restaurants bust out when they’ve got no better ideas.
“Add a couple out-of-season, eerily red raspberries and a tuft of whipped cream from a can and it will, without fail, sell,” I imagine sinister managers instructing kitchen staff. Like I said, I’m a total pill. However, when the same flourless chocolate cake is treated like a soufflé — eggs separated, yolks beaten until ribbony and whites whipped until weightless, then gently folded in — and then placed anywhere in my proximity, all bets are off. Because what it does is magical; what was once weighted is lifted off the plate. The top puffs and shatters a little, like a meringue, a meringue with butter. [Updated to note: Many people who have made this say they're getting 12! Makes 9* cupcakes (see Note above) Translate. Peanut Butter Cup Brownie Bottom Cheesecake. Brownie Crust: 1.
Heat oven to 350°F. Grease 9-inch Springform pan with butter. 2. Stir together butter, sugar and vanilla in large bowl with spoon or wire whisk. 3. 4. Cheesecake Filling: 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. [I had extra batter that I put in a smaller Springform pan at this point] Cinnamon Sugar Pull-Apart Bread. I’m sorry.
I know it’s Monday morning and you probably came here for some pretty pictures of food that you could glance at, and then move on with your day… and here I go thrusting warm, soft cinnamon sugar bread in your face. It’s not fair. I know it’s not fair. I know that now you’re craving cinnamon rolls, and cream cheese frosting and chili fries and hot dogs. I am too… and I already ate half of this warm bread. You don’t deserve this sort of torture. This bread hits all the comfort spots in my soul. I’m sorry and you’re welcome and I love you. Let’s start at the beginning. I did this all without the use of a stand mixer and dough hook. This dough can be made and left to rise , then refrigerated overnight for use in the morning. This is the dough just before it’s left to rise. After the dough has rested and risen for an hour, I knead it in a few tablespoons of flour.
This is the part in the bread process where you can wrap the dough and place it in the fridge to rest overnight.