Molton Lava Cake (recipe link here). We used 6 tbsp butter instead of 1/2 cup as the recipe calls for (8 tbsp), and the consistency was still perfect.
4 oz semisweet chocolate, chopped*
1/2 cup butter
1/3 cup sugar
1/4 cup flour
*A note about fair trade chocolate
Fair trade products are an important part of social sustainability. Buying fair trade chocolate concentrates the value of the product in the hands of the producers rather than the corporation. In a typical free trade chocolate bar, only 3-9% of the value of the chocolate bar winds up in the hands for the farmer. In contrast, 36.8% goes to overheads and other ingredients, 34.1% to the supermarket, 14.8% to tax and 10.4% to the brand. Fair trade certified products guarantee a democratically determined minimum floor price, standards for labor conditions, direct trade, community development, and environmental sustainability (no agrochemicals or GMO's). Popular fair trade chocolate brands include Green & Black, Endangered Species (which donates 10% of its profits to support at-risk species and habitats), and select Dagoba bars.
"Fair Trade Certification Overview." Fair Trade USA. Fair Trade USA. Web. 23 Jan. 2011. <http://www.transfairusa.org>.
"The Facts: Fair Trade." The Internationalist 322. The Internationalist Magazine, Apr. 2000. Web. 23 Jan. 2011. <http://www.newint.org/features/2000/04/05/facts/>.