My ex was a chef at a four star restaurant, which will not be named (unless you really want to know), and he showed me once how to make a gooey, yum, cake called "Godiva Cake". I call 'em G cakes.
This is supposedly a secret recipe, but I'm sure that if you look hard enough on the net you can find it.
It's meant to be only somewhat cooked so that when you cut into it with your spoon or whatever, chocolately goo comes out.
1 c sifted flour
1 cup margerine (I used 1/2 cup margerine and 1/2 cup vanilla Silk)
2 cups sugar (you're supposed to use confectioners, but whatever)
8 oz chocolate
5 egg replacers (orig. recipe called for 5 whole eggs and 5 yolks -shudder-)
1 tsp. Godiva chocolate liqueur (optional, but it's the only reason the restaurant can call it 'Godiva'
Right. heart attack.
Preheat oven to 400 F.
Melt the chocolate and margerine (and soy milk if you're using it) together in a double boiler or microwave.
Sift together dry ingredients and mix in your mixed egg replacers.
Add chocolatey mixture and mix well.
grease & sugar 4 custard cups and pout batter into cups until about 3/4 full.
bake at 400 for about 20 minutes.
The centers will be gooey.
the sides will be raised.
turn out onto plates or bowls and serve FRESH OUT OF OVEN with fresh raspberries or strawberries.
I don't recommend making this a daily or weekly habit.
But it is an absolutely fabulous dessert for special occasions and 'fancy' dinner parties.