Fine Desserts Silky Smooth Chocolate Soup 4.72 from 38 votes Create a Profile! × Sign Up Already have an account? Sign In Jump To Recipe Jump To Video Save Recipe Somewhere between hot chocolate and warm chocolate pudding, my Chocolate Soup recipe is a perfectly sweet bowl of the chocolate flavor you crave. By Gemma Stafford | September 5, 2019 | 55 Last updated on November 12, 2019 This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my full disclosure for details. Hi Bold Bakers! If you’re a chocolate lover like me, you like it in things, on things, dressed up or just plain. This recipe for a Silky Smooth Chocolate Soup is a playful take on one of my all-time favorite flavors and textures. Somewhere between rich drinking chocolate and a warm chocolate pudding this is a really fun easy take on a chocolate dessert! It’s no wonder it was quickly one of the recipes I decided to include in my Bigger Bolder Baking cookbook — and I even made it with my dear friend Kate Martindale, celebrity prop stylist, so be sure to watch the video! What is Chocolate Soup? Made of cream, milk, rich bittersweet chocolate and a bit of cornstarch, chocolate soup is almost literally what it sounds like — a melding and melting of the creamy dairy and the chopped chocolate. Topped with freshly whipped cream and some shaved chocolate, this dessert looks fancy and a bit retro but is really fun. It can be eaten with a spoon just like soup or sipped on in a handheld mug, either way, this is my idea of chocolate heaven! Can I Add Anything Else to It? This recipe is very simple and made of only 4 basic ingredients that just allow the chocolate to sing on its own. That said, chocolate pairs well with so many flavors. From mint to orange to cinnamon and beyond. If you’d like you can add in an extract or flavor in a small amount for your own variation on my recipe. Is Chocolate Soup Served Hot or Cold? This soup can be served warm which really highlights it’s rich flavor and texture. If you’d like you can also serve it cold, it such a versatile no-fuss chocolate dessert. Can You Re-Heat It? Yes! It’s actually really lovely re-heated the next day. All you have to do is gently bring it up to temperature in a saucepan (or warm through in the microwave) then serve up and enjoy! How Do I Store Chocolate Soup? Chocolate soup can be covered and stored in an airtight container in the fridge. How Long Does It Last? This dessert is a lovely make-ahead chocolate dessert as it can be kept for up to 3 days. Try These Recipes! Butter and Jam Bread Pudding RecipeHeavenly Meringue Nests with Mango, Strawberry and Dairy-Free Coconut CreamMango Butter Mochi RecipeMatcha Butter Mochi Recipe (Green Tea Rice Cake) Watch The Recipe Video! Play Silky Smooth Chocolate Soup Recipe 4.72 from 38 votes Print Recipe Add to Favorites Loading… Somewhere between hot chocolate and warm chocolate pudding, my Chocolate Soup recipe is a perfectly sweet bowl of the chocolate flavor you crave. Author: Gemma Stafford Dessert Chocolate Stovetop Saucepan Somewhere between hot chocolate and warm chocolate pudding, my Chocolate Soup recipe is a perfectly sweet bowl of the chocolate flavor you crave. Author: Gemma Stafford Ingredients 3 cups (24floz/675ml) full-fat milk1 cup (8floz/225ml) heavy cream2 cups (12oz/340g) chopped bittersweet chocolate3 tablespoons cornstarch2 tablespoons water1/2 teaspoon salt2 teaspoons pure vanilla extractWhipped cream for servingGrated chocolate for serving (optional) Instructions In a medium saucepan, combine the milk and cream and bring to a simmer over medium heat.Reduce the heat to low, add the chocolate and whisk until the chocolate starts to melt.Meanwhile, in a small bowl, mix the cornstarch and the water together to form a runny paste. This will be stiff at first, but keep mixing until combined and smooth.When the chocolate mixture comes to a simmer, add the cornstarch paste and cook, whisking continuously, for 1 minute, until the soup is thick and smooth.Reduce the heat to very low and simmer for 2-3 minutes to cook out the raw taste of the cornstarch.Turn off the heat and whisk in the salt and vanilla. Pass the soup through a sieve for a smooth silky result.Divide the soup among six serving bowls and garnish with some freshly whipped cream and grated chocolate if you'd like. Enjoy warm. Play Recipe Notes Buy the Bigger Bolder Baking Cookbook now!