Just wait until you see the chocolate deliciousness I am sharing with you today.
Chocolate Funnel Cake
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This recipe is easy to make and only takes minutes to make.
Believe me, this is a fabulous go-to dessert anytime.
The aroma of the chocolate funnel cake cooking will have everyone running to the kitchen.
I like it topped with powdered sugar and you can add ice cream, hot fudge, strawberries and whipped cream for a all out dessert.
My birthday is coming up and I think we’re going to go out to eat and then come back and I’ll whip up everyone some chocolate funnel cake for dessert, it sounds like fun and I bet everyone will LOVE it.
In case I change my mind, which may happen. I have a plan B. I would then make this Chocolate Cake.
Nothing goes better with birthdays than CHOCOLATE.
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Take a look here to see my post on Homemade Funnel Cake with photos of the bottle I use and step shots of the funnel cake cooking.
- 1 egg
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1 cup milk
- 1 1/2 cups flour
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 2 tablespoons dutch cocoa
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- oil for frying
- In a bowl mix eggs with sugar, add in milk and whisk to mix smooth
- Add in flour, salt, baking powder and dutch cocoa.
- Dispense batter through a funnel or place it in a squeeze bottle (I use a squeeze bottle)
- Heat a pan with 1½ inches of oil to 350-375 degrees.
- Pour batter into hot oil, swirling the batter in a couple circles to create an even layer of batter in the pan.
- Cook until golden on one side then carefully using tongs or chopsticks turn the funnel cake over and cook on the other side until golden.
- Remove and drain on paper towel, then top with powdered sugar.(ice cream and whipped cream are great on these funnel cakes also)
Sprinkle on some powdered sugar and enjoy!
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these look like little chocolaty bird’s nests, they’re so cute!
Oh my! I LOVE funnel cake, and I bet your chocolate version is divine!
Robyn @ Simply Fresh Dinners says
I am always in awe of these kind of desserts, Diane. This looks so delicious and very ‘arty’ too – the best of both worlds! Your photos are stunning.
Tricia @ Saving room for dessert says
My husband would flip for these lovely treats. You rock funnel cakes Diane! What a great idea to make chocolate 🙂 Bravo!
Jennifer @ Seasons and Suppers says
Funnel Cakes have been on my cooking bucket list forever and now there’s chocolate ones to make, too! 🙂 Love these!
GiGi Eats says
Holy swirled up heaven that looks amazinggggg!
Chris Scheuer says
Wow, I bet this is irresistible when it’s hot off the press. I love all the ways you suggest to dress it up!
This looks so irresistible – I never realized these could be made at home!
Thanks for all of the great recipes and gorgeous photos!
It’s really fun to watch your recipes!