How to Bake Mason Jar Chocolate Cakes in a AS Cook & Hold

Retain a soft, warm and gooey center in this chocolate cake.

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How to Bake Mason Jar Chocolate Cakes in a AS Cook & Hold Recipe
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Run mason jars through the dishwasher to clean.

Run mason jars through the dishwasher to clean.

2
Assemble ingredients.

Assemble ingredients.

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Melt butter and chocolate in the combi-steam mode at 212F (100C).

Melt butter and chocolate in the combi-steam mode at 212F (100C).

4
Combine sugar and cocoa powder in a separate bowl.

Combine sugar and cocoa powder in a separate bowl.

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Whisk together until cocoa lumps are broken down.

Whisk together until cocoa lumps are broken down.

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Resulting in a blended mix.

Resulting in a blended mix.

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Add eggs to sugar and powder mixture.

Add eggs to sugar and powder mixture.

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Whisk until incorporated.

Whisk until incorporated.

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Add cooled butter/chocolate mixture slowly to sugar ingredients until combined.

Add cooled butter/chocolate mixture slowly to sugar ingredients until combined.

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Scoop chocolate mixture into buttered and sugared mason jars.

Scoop chocolate mixture into buttered and sugared mason jars.

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Fill mixture just below the rim.

Fill mixture just below the rim.

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Place on a tray into the Alto-Shaam cook & hold oven.

Place on a tray into the Alto-Shaam cook & hold oven.

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Set cook temp to 325F (163C).

Set cook temp to 325F (163C).

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Set cook time for 45 minutes.

Set cook time for 45 minutes.

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Chocolate cakes will rise and puff slightly above the jar mouth.

Chocolate cakes will rise and puff slightly above the jar mouth.

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Baked on the outside. Warm and gooey texture on the inside. Drizzle atop with a homemade anglaise or raspberry sauce.

Baked on the outside. Warm and gooey texture on the inside. Drizzle atop with a homemade anglaise or raspberry sauce.

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Ingredients

1 Cup Butter 
Pounds Chocolate 
Cups Sugar 
1 Cup Chocolate cocoa powder 
6 Large eggs 
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