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Airfried Lava Cake is a delightful dessert that combines a warm, gooey chocolate center with a fluffy cake exterior. Here’s a description of how it is made:

Batter Preparation: A rich chocolate cake batter is prepared by combining ingredients like all-purpose flour, cocoa powder, sugar, eggs, butter, and a pinch of salt. The batter is mixed until smooth and well combined.

Chocolate Filling: The highlight of the lava cake is the molten chocolate center. A piece of high-quality dark chocolate or a dollop of chocolate ganache is placed in the center of each individual cake. This creates the “lava” effect when the cake is baked.

Airfrying: The batter is poured into individual ramekins or silicone molds, leaving enough space for the chocolate filling. The ramekins are then placed in the air fryer and cooked at a high temperature for a short period of time. The exact cooking time may vary depending on the air fryer model and the desired level of gooeyness in the center.

Gooey Chocolate Center: The high heat of the air fryer quickly bakes the outer layer of the cake while leaving the center molten and gooey. The result is a perfectly cooked cake with a luscious, warm chocolate center that oozes out when the cake is cut into.

Serving: Once cooked, the lava cakes are removed from the air fryer and allowed to cool for a few minutes. They are typically served warm, directly in their individual ramekins or inverted onto serving plates. They can be dusted with powdered sugar or served with a scoop of ice cream, whipped cream, or fresh berries for added indulgence.

Airfried Lava Cake is a delightful dessert that combines the best of a chocolate cake and a molten chocolate center. The air fryer provides a quick and efficient way to achieve the desired texture and gooeyness. It’s a perfect treat for chocolate lovers and a great option for those who want to enjoy a decadent dessert with minimal effort.

Ingredients 3-5 (Depending On Ramekin Size)


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