First Fondant au Chocolat

This is about as complicated as my cooking gets, mostly because I’m too lazy to look at the recipes before going to the store so I know what ingredients to buy… and also because I hate washing dishes afterward. But this weekend, thanks to Karina, I decided to make:

Fondant au chocolat!

So easy to make and so good! I may need to try this baking thing more often.

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  • http://karenuccia.blogspot.com/ KC

    That looks delicious! Thanks for posting that link, I can’t wait to try them myself.

  • http://karenuccia.blogspot.com KC

    That looks delicious! Thanks for posting that link, I can’t wait to try them myself.

  • Mom

    I would love to try this recipe. If only it was in English (hint). I am embarrassed to say, my French skills are still non-existent.

  • Mom

    I would love to try this recipe. If only it was in English (hint). I am embarrassed to say, my French skills are still non-existent.

  • http://twentyeighthofmay.wordpress.com/ Sally

    Yum! Looks delicious!

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  • http://twentyeighthofmay.wordpress.com Sally

    Yum! Looks delicious!

    Sallys last blog post..X factor debrief

  • http://www.confituredulait.blogspot.com/ karina

    so glad the recipe could come in handy! easy-peasy isn’t it? i looooove the gooey chocolate center too… miiiiammmers ;-)

    karinas last blog post..K&K Episode 200

  • http://www.confituredulait.blogspot.com karina

    so glad the recipe could come in handy! easy-peasy isn’t it? i looooove the gooey chocolate center too… miiiiammmers ;-)

    karinas last blog post..K&K Episode 200

  • http://www.confituredulait.blogspot.com/ karina

    ps. @jennie’s mom the link is in english :-) no excuses!

    karinas last blog post..K&K Episode 200

  • http://www.confituredulait.blogspot.com karina

    ps. @jennie’s mom the link is in english :-) no excuses!

    karinas last blog post..K&K Episode 200

  • Corinne

    Hey Jennie!I just made it it’s so good!
    I was reading what u miss from USA it made me smile!!!I live in NJ for 20 years I was born in France and spend 23 years there so I understand perfectly what u r talking about!!France is great really great!!!Good luck to u for everything u do!

  • Corinne

    Hey Jennie!I just made it it’s so good!
    I was reading what u miss from USA it made me smile!!!I live in NJ for 20 years I was born in France and spend 23 years there so I understand perfectly what u r talking about!!France is great really great!!!Good luck to u for everything u do!

Why is Jennie no longer in France?

I created this blog in September 2006 when I moved to France from Michigan to teach English. Many of the earlier posts are about my personal life in France, dealing with culture shock, traveling in Europe and becoming fluent in French. In July 2011, I relocated to Australia to start my PhD in Applied Linguistics. Although I am no longer living in France, my research is on foreign language pedagogy and I teach French at a university so these themes appear most often on the blog. I also continue to post about traveling and being an American abroad.

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