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Slow Cooker Chocolate Souffles

Warm summer weather is finally upon us on beautiful Vancouver Island.To celebrate,I am sharing a delicious dessert that everyone can simply make,using a slow cooker.Decadent single serve chocolate souffles are a splendid treat to enjoy this summer.A rich dessert made with simple ingredients and includes minimal prep work.The slow cooker does all the work for you in one hour,while keeping your home cool as well as putting time towards other projects.

These mini souffles are a great recipe choice for two to three guests.They can be easily kept warm once ready to serve and can be easily garnished with just about anything you desire.For example, a simple take would be a light dusting of icing sugar and if you prefer a fancier choice ,then a dollop of ice cream topped with fresh fruit and mint would create a defiant crowd pleaser.Although,you can easily decide to keep them untouched, since they hold themselves quite well.

Every spoonful of this dessert is incredibly creamy with the spectacular richness of chocolate. Chocolate souffles are such a delicate dessert and carry such bold flavor as well as texture in every morsel. Overall,this recipe deserves a two thumbs up for its flavor,texture along with how easily it can be made using a slow cooker. 

So, I highly recommend everyone try this recipe out and enjoy it this summer.
Individual Chocolate Souffles

From Slow Cooker Desserts:Jonnie Downing

3 tbsp unsalted butter
2 ounces semisweet chocolate
6 tbsp granulated sugar
1 tbsp cornstarch
1 large egg
1 large egg yolk

1. Melt the butter and chocolate in a small saucepan over low heat.

2. Then in a small bowl,whisk together the sugar and cornstarch,until no clumps appeared.

3. Then whisk in the chocolate mixture,egg and egg yolk into the dry mixture,whisking until smooth.

 4. Then transfer the mixture into three 3 inch ramekins,not filling them all the way.This recipe fills 3 and fit three in the slow cooker.Then layer the slow cooker with foil or use a trivet to place the ramekins on.Then cover and cook the souffles on high for 1 hour.When done, the middle will still be sort of jiggly.Remove and serve.

 5. To garnish: dust them with icing sugar,serve with ice cream,whip cream, or fruit etc

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