- 15 g room temperature butter
- 15 g sugar
Alongside creme brûlée, the chocolate soufflé is one of the most adored luxury French desserts. However, because it seems like a difficult dessert (perhaps because of the name itself), most beginner pastry chefs don't realise that the preparation sounds much more daunting than it actually is.
You may be surprised to learn that a chocolate soufflé requires only 7 basic ingredients and takes about 45 minutes from start to finish. If you like, you can make it even easier with our BAM Chocolate Souffle Mix. Whichever option you choose, it is very important to use real chocolate. A chocolate soufflé is only as good as the chocolate you use. We will use BAM dark chocolate, which adds just the right bitter-chocolate flavour to the chocolate soufflé with its authentic cocoa flavour.
Further tips on how to prepare the soufflé can be found here.
If you prefer, you can also make a chocolate soufflé with BAM white chocolate or a soufflé with raspberry puree. You can add fruit to the soufflé recipe or spice up the flavour with BAM spreads. Alternatively, you can also make fluffy souffle pancakes instead of chocolate souffle.