So I took this reciepe from This Rawsome Vegan Life and adapted it a little to make the mixture work for my liking.
Molten Chocolate Cake:
1/3 cup each of raw oats, walnuts, dates, and raisins
1/4 cup cacao powder, natural peanut butter
[I measured everything with my eye since the measuring cups went missing]
1/3 cup each of melted coconut oil, maple syrup, dates, and cacao powder
1/4 teaspoon vanilla essence, salt
Soy Milk, as needed
I processed the cake part in a food processer. I added the peanut butter to the recipe to make sure that it wasn’t so crumbly and that I could press it into the muffin molds. It should start coming together, check with your finger tips and pinch the cake to see if it sticks together. If you want it to stick more, just add more dates or peanut butter.
Press it into the mold to make a cup.
Press a lid on some baking paper, making it big enough to cover the cup.
Be sure to have enough left over cake to make the lids of the cups about 1/4 of the cake mixture. Put it all in the fridge to set. 1 hour or so.
The middle of the cake. Process everything in the food processor until nice and creamy, silky, smooth. Once you the consistency that you like, fill the cakes up and top the cups with the lid of the cake. Pinch the sides to make sure that they are attached.
If you want it to be molten cakes, serve reasonably soon after you put the lids on, at least that day.
I put mine back in the fridge so the molten part solidified again. So it was more like a fudge inside.
I served mine with some fruit to cut the sweetness of the cake, banana, apples and blueberries.
Overall I got rave reviews on the cake. It seemed to be the hit of the RAW food feast!
cheers and happy rawing.