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    Chocolate cake for a croud

    Iceland
    Tue Apr 06, 2010 8:49 am
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    I need to bring a french style (read: juicy and indulging) chocolate cake to work on friday. We are 30 ladies so i need to bake a whole oven tray. I would like to use oil rather then butter or shortening. Can you help me?
    duonyte
    Tue Apr 06, 2010 11:08 am
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    I am wondering if this would work, Decadent Dark Chocolate Cake With Ganache Frosting . It says to grease and flour "pans", which I assume means two, and that would then fit a 9 x 13 .

    I searched for "chocolate cake", then used the sifter to rule out butter and shortening. There are other recipes, many of which start with a boxed cake mix. The above one appealed to me the most of the ones I looked at, which was not all of them.
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