Any person, no matter what diet he is on, loves to eat delicious food. Naturally, desserts are the favorite delicacy of the vast majority of people. At one time, sweet dishes were the prerogative of only wealthy aristocrats and merchants. Even very wealthy peasants and townspeople could not always afford such a luxury. 

Also, some recipes for desserts, such as ice cream, for example, were kept a closely guarded secret. For their disclosure, the punishment was the death penalty. Moreover, the preparation of these dishes required incredible accuracy in calculating the weight of the ingredients and the baking temperature. What is the recipe for the notorious macaroons worth, where one unaccounted for gram or degree in the oven nullifies all efforts. In this article, we will begin to look at the recipes for the most delicious cupcakes, which are considered reference all over the world. They pass exams for the title of professional confectioner. Let’s get started with chocolate by Cadbury!

Chocolate fondant:

As is often the case, the dessert came about by chance: French chef Jean-Georges von Gerichten claims to have made it for the first time in 1987, when he was the chef of the New York restaurant Lafayette, located in the Drake Hotel. But this was not a specially invented recipe, but simply an oversight on his part – he took the dessert out of the oven ahead of time.

What Is Needed?

  • Dark Cadbury chocolate 60-80% 100 g
  • butter 60 g
  • sugar 40 g
  • eggs 2 pcs
  • flour 40 g
  • salt 1 pinch.


Foremost, break the chocolate into pieces and melt with butter in a water bath. Be careful not to overheat the mass so that the chocolate does not curdle. Let’s make a reservation right away: it must be of very high quality, since there will be enough sugar in the baking itself, and dark chocolate should set off this sweetness. Then you get an unforgettable contrasting taste, which is the hallmark of a real fondant. Stir every 10-20 seconds so that there is a homogeneous liquid mass.

Break two eggs into a bowl, add sugar and salt. Mix until smooth. Pour out the chocolate mixture. Make sure it is not too hot, or the eggs may curdle. Sift the flour into the chocolate-egg mass. Mix until smooth, but not for very long, as gluten can stand out from the flour and the dough will be dense. After that, we prepare the molds: grease them with butter and lightly sprinkle with flour so that the dough does not stick to the surface. Pour the resulting mass into a container and put in an oven heated to 200 °C for 7-10 minutes. When the cupcakes rise a little, and the middle falls a little, you need to pull them out.

It remains only to enjoy the magnificent taste of this wonderful dessert from Cadbury chocolates. Bon appétit!