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    Cake - Chocolate

    I love chocolate! That being said, I have never cared for chocolate cake or ice cream. Go figure. But just because I don't care for it doesn't mean that my family gave it up. Who knows? Maybe one of these will convert me. Photo by cipherbabe.
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    I am posting this for safekeeping as it is our family's favorite cake recipe. It is very similar to a few others here on Zaar but IMO it's the best! :) The mini chips don't sink to the bottom, but regular chips will do just as well. I prefer to bake this as cupcakes as opposed to a bundt cake. Fantastic with vanilla buttercream frosting or just a dusting of powdered sugar. Edited to add: Thanks, Yooper and Ronnie for remiding me where I found this! I used to copy recipes from online onto index cards for my recipe box (before I found Zaar). So much for my "safekeeping" theory. lol

    Recipe #301709

    I actually found this recipe in a book entitled "The I Don't Know How to Cook Cookbook" and it is very tasty. The cupcakes turn out moist and delicious! They are very easy to make, and contain no eggs or milk. Pair with your favorite icing. However, Buttermilk or milk may be substituted for water and melted butter may be substituted for the oil.

    Recipe #287618

    7 Reviews |  By CoffeeB

    Since cupcakes are such a big thing right now, these are a sure to be a hit. They even have a hidden surprise!! The recipe calls for using jumbo muffin cups, but I use the normal cupcake size.

    Recipe #278542

    I had this at my parents house today. My Daddy made it and we all loved it. If you love peanut butter and chocolate, You WILL love this!!! Great for Church socials and other gatherings. ***Note*** Wherever you see "(*optional)", that is where my Daddy added that little something extra into the original recipe. I hope you try it and like it!

    Recipe #235726

    I saw several versions of this cake on this site, but none are the same. I have no idea where this recipe came from but I've had it for at least 30 years, maybe longer.

    Recipe #224731

    I can't recall where I got this recipe I think at Hellmann's website. It's a moist yummy chocolate cake great with peanut butter frosting. My family really loved this cake.

    Recipe #224608

    This is the most richest and easiest chocolate cake, it is so moist you just might be tempted to skip the frosting! I have left the cinnamon as optional if you are a lover of cinnamon then add it in --- make certain to generously grease your baking pan, for greasing pan see my recipe#78579 --- for frosting see my recipe#89207

    Recipe #218794

    From Ina Garten, published in Food & Wine March 2007. She says it's "the most fabulous chocolate cake that I've ever made." Allow some extra time for cooling and chilling.

    Recipe #212072

    This recipe is from Gourmet Magazine. It was my first attempt at making a roll or log of any kind and it turned out fabulous! Rich and decadent...impressive and delicious.

    Recipe #206609

    A delicious chocolate cake made with fresh brewed coffee for an incredible flavor.

    Recipe #205037

    Oh Yeah! Now I can make my own cake mixes just like the big boys! This would make a nice gift, along with a cake pan, large mixing spoon, some cocoa, maybe a pot holder, etc. Enjoy! Chocolate cake is popular all over the USA! New England, Southern, Mid West, Mid Atlantic, West and Southwest.

    Recipe #129855

    One night I was craving chocolate cake, but we didn't have a mix and I didn't feel like going to the store. I looked on the back of a box of Hershey's Cocoa and found this recipe. It is just a basic chocolate cake with chocolate frosting, but it is DIVINE. My husband and I both LOVE it and think it is the best cake ever. I will never make chocolate cake from a box again.

    Recipe #113914

    This cake is moist and delicious. It's okay to substitute another cola such as Pepsi for the coke, but under no circumstances should diet versions of the drink be used.

    Recipe #95586

    6 Reviews |  By Dee514

    A Chocoholic's delight! This cake is a bit time consuming to make, but worth the trouble! On the plus side, it can be made in stages, and assembled the day of serving. Prep time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #49238

    No eggs, no mixer needed, a very easy and delicious cake.

    Recipe #22479

    Here it is -- the best chocolate cake ever! Perfect for birthdays.

    Recipe #12488

    While it takes slightly longer to prepare this recipe than a box mix, the resulting moist, delicious cake makes it VERY worth the little extra time. I consider this 'perfect' chocolate cake. This cake is excellent with both with Recipe #261024 and Recipe #208959 (the dark flavor version). (I use Recipe #95416 when I'm decorating the cake.) I love how the leftovers are still moist even a day or two later. (I store my loosely covered with plastic wrap.) My father adores this cake with Recipe #261024 on it. For his birthday, Father's Day etc. I make him cupcakes with the icing on them and individually wrap them. He keeps them in his freezer for when he wants "a piece of cake". He claims they are as good as when they are fresh. (Even though it isn't where I got the recipe from so I can't vouch for it, reviewers have said it is the recipe on the Hershey's cocoa can. I would recommend using their Special Dark Cocoa if possible.)

    Recipe #2496

    Dark Chocolate Wedding Cake with Orange Butter Cream and Chocolate Orange Ganache.

    Recipe #366250

    Another recipe from "To Set Before a Queen", by a former cook for Princess Elizabeth (before she was crowned queen). She says that this was her most popular cake with the royal family, and that she sent it by request to Windsor, Balmoral, and Sandringham, as well as making it for the Queen Mother for her birthday at her request. I made it for my MIL for her birthday one year--it was delicious. The marmalade adds a nice touch to the cake, and the coffee icing is perfect with the rich cake. Times are estimated and don't include time to cool.

    Recipe #341914

    This is an old-fashioned recipe, and tastes just wonderful - the pecans must be toasted in a dry skillet over medium heat, shaking the pan occasionally, until golden and fragrant, about 5 minutes.

    Recipe #331392

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