The dessert our company was founded on!
organic 4-ounce jar
That’s right, take and bake molten chocolate cake in a mason jar! We sell the raw batter and you bake the cake at home, right in the mason jar. All you have to do is take off the lid, place the jar in your oven, wait 15 minutes, and you end up with the best, easiest, high-end dessert you’ve ever had. It’s really that simple, plus the quality will knock your socks off.
Boasting nearly an entire Theo 70% dark chocolate bar in every jar, this cake is rich! We have friends who can take down a whole cake by themselves, but this cake is so decadent, it is easily shared between two people.
Follow these simple instructions below for a perfect dessert every time.
How to get your hot cake on:(When your cake arrives, place in refrigerator or freezer until you are ready to bake)
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F.
- Remove the lid, place cake in the oven, directly on the rack.
- Bake for 15 minutes or until the top domes and a couple of cracks appear. If you are baking a frozen cake, allow a few extra minutes of baking time..
NOTE: The center of your cake should be very gooey. It is really easy to over-bake your cake, so be careful not to! Unlike most molten cakes, ours does not have ganache piped into the center. If you bake for too long, you will cook the cake through and your molten goodness will be gone! So take care to not over-bake!
- Remove the cake with tongs—careful, the jar is hot! Let it sit on the counter for a couple of minutes before serving.
We love to top our cake with unsweetened lightly whipped cream and our Salted Caramel Sauce, dusted with a little sprinkle of chunky sea salt. But don't stop there; the cakes are also delicious plain or with fresh berries, cookie crumbles or roasted nuts. Tell us about your favorite topping here!
Buying for a dinner party?Reserve the lids so your guests can take home what they can’t eat!
Baking in a mason jar?Yup, you can bake in a mason jar. We are proud to use such a smart package to sell our product. The jar is the retail packaging, the baking vessel, and the serving dish, all in one.
What to do with your mason jar once you’ve eaten the cake?Use it to can, store spices, bobby pins, homemade salve - the list goes on! Click here for more ideas.
Storage: The batter will keep in your refrigerator for two weeks or in the freezer for a year! Please note this cake batter must stay refrigerated or frozen.
*The batter is naturally dairy, gluten and soy free.
*Consuming raw or undercooked eggs can be hazardous to your health.