Recipe: Mint Chocolate Soufflé


Do you enjoy rich and indulgent desserts on restaurant menus but don't think you can recreate them at home? This soufflé is stupidly easy and only uses 5 different ingredients. The winning combination of chocolate and mint gives this recipe an a


  • 1 knob(s) butter
  • 90 g dark mint flavoured chocolate
  • 1 tbsp double cream
  • 3 eggs, separated
  • 2 tbsp caster sugar
preheat oven

Step 1

Preheat Oven

Preheat an oven to 200°C.

grease ramekins

Step 2

Grease Ramekins

Grease two 250ml ramekins with the softened butter. Dust cocoa powder into the ramekins to stick to the butter.

melt chocolate

Step 3

Melt Chocolate

Melt the chocolate and double cream gently in a microwave.

whisk egg whites

Step 4

Whisk Egg Whites

Whisk the egg whites until you have stiff peaks then add the sugar and whisk again.

fold in egg mixture

Step 5

Fold In Egg Mixture

Add the egg yolks to the chocolate mix, once it has cooled down a little. Fold the whisked egg whites to the chocolate mix in two batches.

fill ramekins and bake

Step 6

Fill Ramekins And Bake

Divide the mix between the 2 ramekins and run a finger round the rim of the ramekin to clean it and allow it to rise evenly. Bake for 10-15 minutes until risen and just set.

dust with sugar and serve

Step 7

Dust With Sugar And Serve

Remove from the oven, dust with icing sugar and serve immediately with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on the side. Serves 2



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This was my first time making a soufflé and I think it went well!


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