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Gluten Free Lava Cake with Fresh Raspberries

This gluten free lava cake {low FODMAP too} is the ultimate answer to your chocolate cravings. Even better, it’s super easy to make, and tastes divine with fresh raspberries on top! Gluten Free Lava Cake

If  the idea of spooning warm, gooey, chocolate lava cake in to your mouth, then finishing it off with fresh raspberries doesn’t appeal to you, clearly you have come to the wrong place.

Don’t get me wrong…

I’m deliriously happy each and every time you all visit my blog.

You knew that, right?

It’s just that if you, ahem, strangely, don’t like chocolate, this post isn’t for you.

But, come back next week and I’ll make it up to you with an equally delicious, yet, slightly less indulgent recipe for my Lemony Kale, Pistacho, and Pasta Salad that even has my previously kale fearing’ husband reaching for seconds.

Cross my chocolate loving heart.

For the rest of you chocolate lovers eagerly awaiting today’s recipe, read on, because this gluten free lava cake is super easy to make, and really, REALLY delicious.

Sugar, butter, and eggs…

A little gluten-free flour and chocolate of course…

You can use milk or dark, but in a ever so slight nod to heart health, I used 72 % dark chocolate.

And, for an extra dose of health along with deliciousness, fresh organic raspberries on top…

Gluten Free Lava Cake with Fresh Raspberries

This gluten free lava cake is the ultimate answer to your chocolate cravings. Even better, it's super easy to make, and tastes divine with fresh raspberries on top!
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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 8 minutes
Total Time: 18 minutes
Servings: 6 servings

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup butter plus extra for custard cups/ramekins
  • 1 3.5 ounce chocolate bar broken in to pieces {Milk or Dark}
  • 2 eggs plus 1 egg yolk
  • 1/4 cup powdered sugar plus extra for decoration
  • 1/3 cup gluten-free flour {like my easy 3-ingredient gluten free flour blend}
  • 1 pint fresh raspberries

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  • Generously grease 6 custard cups or ramekins with butter, and set aside.
  • Place butter and chocolate in a microwave safe bowl. Microwave on high for one minute then stir. Continue to heat butter and chocolate in 30 second increments, stirring each time, until melted.
  • Beat eggs and egg yolk plus sugar in a bowl with a hand mixer. Pour in melted chocolate and butter and flour, and beat until just combined.
  • Divide batter evenly among prepared custard cups or ramekins. Place on tray in oven and bake for 6-10 minutes depending upon degree of doneness desired.
  • Remove from oven and let cool for 10 minutes. To serve, turn cakes out on to individual plates. Top with raspberries, and dust with powdered sugar.

Nutrition

Serving: 1ramekin | Calories: 315kcal | Carbohydrates: 24g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 24g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 10g | Cholesterol: 133mg | Sodium: 136mg | Fiber: 4g | Sugar: 12g
EA Stewart, RD | Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
Course Dessert
Cuisine American, Gluten Free, Low FODMAP, Vegetarian
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I was really hoping I’d have to experiment a little with this gluten free lava cake.

You, know…

Multiple versions in which I’d have to sacrifice my chocolate taste buds for the sake of you, my lovely readers.

But, darn it all, if it turned out just {about} perfect on the first try.

I say just {about}, because for those of you used to a SUPER gooey lava cake, with molten chocolate flowing out once you pierce the middle, this cake was equally delicious, just not quite so oozy.

The middle was more like chocolate pudding, rather than chocolate sauce.

I think that had something to do with the fact that I accidentally set the oven for 8 hours instead of minutes.

Oops.

At least I caught my mistake under the 10 minute mark.

I was quite happy with the result, because quite frankly, when your lava cake is too oozy, you “lose” some of the sauce unless you lick your plate clean.

Not that I’m opposed to that mind you.

In any case, SiSi, Big Tex, and two of their friends had zero complaints about the cake.

ZERO.

And, in case you’re wondering what’s the cause for all the chocolate celebration {OK-dumb question.  In my humble opinion, ANY occasion is cause for celebrating with chocolate}, I’m here to direct you to check out this month’s love bloghop, #chocolatelove.

Please join myself and my fabulous co-hosts in celebrating all things chocolate this month by checking out all the mouth watering chocolate recipes linked below, and if you create and blog about your own chocolatey goodness this month, we’d love to have you join in the fun by linking your recipe up and sharing it on twitter with the hashtag #chocolatelove

Hosted with #chocolatelove by:

A Little Bit of Everything ~ Roxana
ASTIG Vegan ~ Richgail
Badger Girl Learns to Cook ~ Kimberly
Baker Street ~ Anuradha
Baking and Cooking, A Tale of Two Loves ~ Becky Higgins
Baking Extravaganza ~ Samantha
BigFatBaker ~ Erin
Bon a croquer ~ Valerie
CafeTerraBlog ~ Terra
Cake Duchess ~ Lora
Cakeballs, Cookies and More~Sue
Cooking with Books ~ Marnely
Creative Cooking Corner ~ Karriann
Easily Good Eats ~ Three Cookies
Elephant Eats ~ Amy
Georgiecakes ~ Georgie
Hobby And More ~ Richa
Java Cupcake ~ Betsey
Kitchen Belleicious ~ Jessica
Mike’s Baking ~ Mike
Mis Pensamientos ~ Junia
No One Likes Crumbley Cookies ~ TR
Oh Cake ~ Jessica
Preheat the Oven ~ Jason
Rico sin Azucar ~ Helena
Savoring Every Bite ~ Linda
Simply Reem ~ Reem
Smart Food and Fit ~ Lisa
Soni’s Food for Thought ~ Soni
Sprint 2 the Table ~ Laura
Teaspoon of Spice ~ Deanna
That Skinny Chick Can Bake ~ Liz
The Dusty Baker ~ Jacqueline
The More Than Occasional Baker ~ Ros
The Spicy RD ~ EA
The Wimpy Vegetarian ~ Susan
Vegan Yack Attack! ~ Jackie
Vegetarian Mamma  ~ Cindy
You Made That? ~  Suzanne

Let’s Chat!

So, are you a lover of chocolate or not?  A liker? Which do you prefer-milk, dark, or both? What’s the best ever chocolate dessert you’ve eaten in your life???

31 thoughts on “Gluten Free Lava Cake with Fresh Raspberries”

  1. Yum! My mom makes lava cakes for my kids whenever they visit, and she even makes it gluten free for me 🙂 Love the fresh raspberries on top!

  2. Oozey lava cake with raspberries is a winner in my book. Your pics are gorgeous. I’ve never made lava cake, but I will now. Sending #chocolatelove your way!

  3. chocolate heaven!!! holy wow I love chocolate lava cakes even if they weren’t too oozy I bet they were delish. I am a big fan of dark dark dark chocolate. The bitter kind 🙂 Milk chocolate just doesn’t do it for me and I end up craving more. One little square of rich dark and I’m all set 🙂

  4. Stunning photos, EA. (my daughter just walked up and said she loves the photo of the eggs;) Gluten-free version is wonderful for those that need to cut gluten out of their recipes. Decadent and delicious! yay for #chocolatelove :)xx

  5. I have met those people that do not like chocolate…they exist. It is weird and I cannot even wrap my head around that fact!!! You are an amazing resource for the gluten free population, showing that you can have the same things other eat…but heck, even better!!!
    Best chocolate dessert? Chocolate pots de creme at Django…or a Chocolate Creme Brulee.
    Beautiful post,Spicy!

  6. Oh. My. Heaven. This is the very next chocolate dessert I’m making. It’s amazing how something so ooey gooey delicious is only a handful of ingredients. I love me all kinds of chocolate – definitely like the dark more as I’ve gotten older.

  7. As much as I look forward to the kale salad, and I do, this looks amazing. I love ramekins too. And it’s #GF so I’m thinking this may have to go in our chocolate newsletter. Will em once I wipe the saliva from my chin (I figure salivating is ok if licking the plate is).

  8. Gorgeous! I love this GF version (as will my GF friends!) and your photos are just fantastic. I especially love the “raspberry calendar” one – fantastic!

  9. Well if this is you making a weeks take with your timing, we’re all in trouble, because this looks amazing. Will definitely bookmark to make for my chocolate-mad nephew when I visit him in Florida in a few weeks’ time. Will aim for 8 minutes but not worry if I go over a tad. Love the hearted raspberry image!

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