Upside Down Pear Chocolate Mud Cake

Have you heard about the Upside Down Pear Chocolate Mud Cake?

It is a pure bliss that will leave your taste buds dancing with joy!

This stunning dessert is a true masterpiece!

This is a rich chocolate cake with a gooey center, complemented by honey pears and a drizzle of thick golden syrup.

Prepare to be amazed as this Upside Down Cake comes together effortlessly, making it a perfect treat for any time of the year!

Upside Down Pear Chocolate Mud Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

To create this mouthwatering delight, you’ll need just a few simple ingredients.

As you bake this cake to perfection, the magic happens.

The combination of a small amount of flour and a lengthy baking time results in a heavenly creation!

This treat has a chocolatey and creamy gooey center, surrounded by crispy baked edges.

It’s truly indescribable when you take a bite of this still-hot dessert, savoring the velvety chocolate filling, the amber pears, and the sweet honey syrup.

Upside Down Pear Chocolate Mud Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

This Upside Down Pear Chocolate Mud Cake is guaranteed to excite your senses and satisfy your deepest dessert cravings.

The delightful sweetness of the pear perfectly contrasts with the rich flavor of the dark chocolate.

Picture yourself enjoying a warm slice of this mud cake on a chilly winter evening.

The colder the day, the sweeter the moment!

This is the ultimate chocolate treat that will warm you up from the inside out, leaving you and your loved ones in awe.

Upside Down Pear Chocolate Mud Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

My simple step-by-step recipe will guide you through the process of creating this fabulously delicious cake without any hassle!

This stunning chocolate delight infused with the richness of cocoa and the aromatic essence of pears.

And here’s a little secret: this chocolate dessert isn’t fully baked! The center of this dessert should remain slightly gooey and chewy, adding to its unique and magical charm.

So, why wait? Indulge in this divine chocolate creation that is guaranteed to impress both you and your family.

how to cook Upside Down Pear Chocolate Mud Cake?


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Let’s get started by preheating the oven to a toasty 160°C (320⁰F). Now, let’s drain the liquid from those canned pears. Put the liquid into a saucepan. Give it a good boil until we’ve got ourselves a thick syrup. While that’s happening, let’s slice up those canned pear halves into nice pieces.

TIPS: Instead of using canned pears, consider using fresh ones. Simply take two peeled pears, slice them, and place them in a saucepan. Pour 1/2 cup (125 g) of water and add 2 tbsp. (24 g) of sugar. Cook over medium heat for 10 minutes or until the pears are tender.


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Next up, grab a medium bowl and throw in some chopped dark chocolate and butter. Place that bowl over a pan of simmering water and start stirring away. Keep at it until everything is combined and slightly cooled.

TIPS: Instead of using butter, you can opt for good quality margarine. It works just as well! But keep in mind that margarine contains salt. So, you might want to reduce the amount of salt in the recipe. Just a little heads up!


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In a separate large bowl, crack in some eggs and an egg yolk. Add in some sugar and grab that mixer. Beat it all together until it turns into a fluffy, pale mass. Looking good so far!


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Now, it’s time to bring everything together. Pour that chocolate mixture into the egg-sugar mixture and give it a good stir. Add in some flour, salt, and cocoa, and mix it all up until it’s nice and smooth.


Upside Down Pear Chocolate Mud Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

Grab a 20cm round baking dish and grease it up with some butter. Arrange those slices of canned pears in there, making it look all fancy.


Upside Down Pear Chocolate Mud Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

Pour that chocolate-egg mixture over the pears and let the magic happen.


Upside Down Pear Chocolate Mud Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

Slide that baking dish into the preheated to 160°C (320⁰F) oven and let it bake for a solid hour. You’ll know it’s ready when the cake starts to pull away from the edges of the baking dish. The middle should still have a bit of a gooey texture to it.

TIPS: Looking for some helpful advice on how to preheat your oven and prepare it for baking? Look no further than my articles “How and Why Do You Need to Preheat Oven” and “Top 7 Secrets How to Bake in Oven”.

TIPS: This chocolate mud cake is not your ordinary chocolate cake. It’s packed with loads of chocolate and just a touch of flour, which gives it a gooey and sticky center. But don’t be fooled, this cake is definitely baked to perfection, even if its center is a bit of gooey!


Upside Down Pear Chocolate Mud Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

Once it’s done, take that beautiful cake out of the baking dish and flip it over. Now, it’s time to pour in that thick syrup for an extra burst of flavor.


Upside Down Pear Chocolate Mud Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

Finally, grab a knife and cut that Upside Down Pear Chocolate Mud Cake into equal pieces. Serve it up warm with a nice cup of tea. Enjoy every delicious bite! Bon appétit!

Upside Down Pear Chocolate Mud Cake


  • Eggs – 2 pcs. (100 g)
  • Egg yolks – 1 pc. (20 g)
  • Sugar – 1/2 cup (100 g)
  • Flour – 3 tbsp. (27 g)
  • Cocoa-powder – 2 tbsp. (10 g)
  • Dark chocolate – 1 1/2 bars (150 g)
  • Canned pears – 2/3 cans (280 g)
  • Butter – 1/2 cup (120 g)
  • Salt – 1/8 tsp. (1 pinch)

Cooking steps:

  1. Drain the liquid from canned pears, place it in a saucepan, and boil until a thick syrup is obtained. Cut the canned pear halves into slices.
  2. Place chopped dark chocolate and butter in a medium bowl. Place the bowl over a pan of simmering water. Combine the ingredients while stirring constantly, and cool slightly.
  3. Place eggs and egg yolk in a large bowl, add sugar, beat with a mixer into a fluffy pale mass. Add the chocolate mixture, then add flour, salt and cocoa, mix.
  4. Place the pear slices in a pre-greased 20cm round baking dish. Pour the chocolate-egg mixture over the pears.
  5. Bake in a preheated oven at 160°C (320⁰F) for 1 hour, until the cake pulls away from the edges of the baking dish. The middle should remain slightly sticky.
  6. Remove the finished cake from the dish, turn it over, pour the thick syrup over it. Serve warm.

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