Chocolate Eclipse Recipe

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Time: 55 minutes



  1. unsalted butter
  2. unsweetened chocolate
  3. buttermilk
  4. vanilla extract
  5. unbleached flour
  6. brown sugar
  7. baking powder
  8. baking soda
  9. salt
  10. semi-sweet chocolate chips
  11. unsweetened cocoa
  12. boiling water


  1. preheat oven to 350f
  2. grease a 9x13-inch baking pan
  3. melt butter and unsweetened chocolate together in a double boiler over hot water
  4. in the meantime , heat buttermilk gently in a saucepan until just a little warmer than body temperature
  5. in a large mixing bowl combine flour , 1 cup of the brown , sugar , baking powder , baking soda and salt
  6. mix well , using your hands if necessary to break up any lumps to achieve a uniform mixture
  7. stir in chocolate chips , if using
  8. pour the butter / chocolate mixture into buttermilk
  9. add vanilla and then pour into the dry ingredients
  10. stir until well combined
  11. spread into prepared pan
  12. combine remaining 1 1 / 4 cups of brown sugar with unsweetened cocoa in a small bowl
  13. sprinkle this over the batter in the pan as evenly as possible
  14. next , pour boiling water gently and evenly over the sugar / cocoa mixture
  15. do not stir
  16. place the pan immediately into the preheated oven
  17. bake for 30- 35 minutes , or until the center feels firm to the touch
  18. watch carefully , as it tends to over brown around the edges
  19. cool at least 15 minutes before serving
  20. best cooled for 2 hours
  21. the finished result is a cake with a fudgy sauce hidden underneath
  22. when serving , invert the cake so that the fudgy sauce becomes a topping
  23. serve with vanilla ice cream , creme fraiche or whipped cream

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