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    This is so delicious. I made it with cherries instead of apricots and it was incredible. I got it from the Cake Mix Doctor.

    Recipe #115752

    This is from The Cake Mix Doctor. Posted to go with Tomato Soup Spice Cake, but I think it'd be good with any spice cake recipe. Very simple to make. If you want plain buttercream frosting, omit cinnamon and replace it with another teaspoon of vanilla.

    Recipe #77534

    Inspired once again by Anne Byrn the Cake Mix Doctor I have come up with a cake that tastes like a roll of lifesaver fruit candies. This is a moist sweet cake and serving it with a quality vanilla ice cream only enhances the flavor another notch! If you're having trouble locating the various extracts, contact your local Watkins dealer and I can assure you they will have them. In the meantime prepare yourself for sheer indulgence!

    Recipe #35408

    This recipe is adapted from "The Chocolate Cake Mix Doctor" by Anne Byrn. It was originally a bundt cake with chocolate chips, but I prefer the look of layer cakes (so much more homey looking) so I switched the cake pan size AND I left out the chocolate chips (because there's nothing worse than ruining the velvety texture of a layer cake than by adding hard chocolate chips to it). This is a dense, moist layer cake. I cut each layer in half so I get 4 layers and slather them with "perfect chocolate frosting" (recipe #86768). The end result is a fudgy chocolate layer cake with tons of frosting (and yes, it is going to be sweet). It is KEY to cut the layers in half. It ends up being a much moister cake this way because the frosting kind of melts into the cake layers forming a kind of fudgy filling in between the thin cake layers. I hope you enjoy it :)

    Recipe #87205

    These are the best brownies I have ever had. They are quite rich, and a little gooey. They are perfect when you want intense chocolate. I modified the recipe from a cake I found in The Cake Mix Doctor. They may come out not looking quite done inside, but they are.

    Recipe #28250

    There's melted ice cream in the batter! This is an adapted recipe from the Cake Mix Doctor (She used Ben and Jerry's Cherry Garcia). My friends loved this cake so much they all had TWO pieces! It is fluffy and a bit sticky with a light chocolate flavor. I make it in as a sheet cake but I bet it would make a lovely bundt cake! The topping is all mine. Marshmallow cream , hot fudge, nuts--need I say more? Try your own ice cream flavors and let me know how they turn out!

    Recipe #109832

    19 Reviews |  By ciao

    This is posted for Sly Girl. It's a Cake Mix Doctor recipe. Very chocolatey, but so fast and easy. It makes enough for 1 bundt or tube cake. For a change, you can substitute 1/4 cup of brewed coffee for the cream.

    Recipe #65969

    This is now one of my favorite chocolate frostings. I got it from "The Chocolate Cake Mix Doctor" by anne byrn. I have made a few changes to the recipe. Actually, I didn't have the 1 cup of semisweet chocolate chips that the original recipe called for. Lennie came to the rescue (thanks!) by figuring out the appropriate amount of semisweet squares to use, which I did have on hand. Now I always make it with the squares instead of the chips. This frosting is very thick, creamy, and fudgy. I usually bake two 9-inch layers, cut them into four layers, and slather this frosting on each and every layer and all over the top and sides--because I like a little cake with my frosting :) Another thanks goes out to leeannr for making me post this recipe. Now she loves it as much as I do.

    Recipe #86768

    3 Reviews |  By LizCl

    Very easy to make and you can use different ice creams and different icings. This is from the Cake Mix Doctor.

    Recipe #113522


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