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This is a family favourite. I make this at least twice a month actually more like once a week! I replace half the oil with applesauce and use high fibre flour. We sprinkle chocolate chips on top before baking and don't ice it. My two boys love to help make it.

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thebb'smom July 27, 2012

This was mixed in less than 5 minutes and resulted in a cake everyone in the house loved. I added 1 c semisweet chocolate chips on top before baking. Thanks for sharing a recipe that I will make again and again.

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Pesto lover May 29, 2012

Super cake! My kids all love it and it's super easy!

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Chef 725130 May 23, 2012

Good tasting, very moist, very quick and easy to put together! A keeper. I used coconut milk (instead of water) and red wine vinegar (that's what I had). Put whipped cream and sprinkles on top.

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Picky Picky Eater March 09, 2012

I made this with the grandkids. It was great! I didn't even bother to frost/ice it. We served it with either vanilla ice cream or whipped cream or both. My 5 year old grand daughter had a piece the next day with chocolate syrup. Quick and easy.

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jneen February 28, 2012

This was awesome, easy to make and super yummy. Loved it that the top didnt get sticky like boxed cake mix and I knew exactly what was in the cake! I will never buy boxed cake mix again. The best part is u always have these simple ingredients on hand.

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mish1nyc February 21, 2012

I tried it and this was delicious! Very rich, moist and fudgey! Using my coffee grinder, I ground sugar in the raw and cocoa together and sifted it on top of the cake. DELISH! Will definitely be making this often. Thanks for sharing!

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ITRIEDIT February 19, 2012

This made a simple and satisfying ending to a rich Valentine's Dinner. I just lightly dusted this with some powdered sugar and served with some fresh whipped cream. It tasted restaurant-worthy! It is a very moist cake and I found I really had to scrape with a spatula to lift it out of the pan without leaving cake behind. It couldn't be easier too!

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JackieOhNo! February 15, 2012

My grandmother taught me how to bake this cake when I was a little girl......She called it a Finger Cake, because she mixed it with her hands........I am 70 plus and still use this recipe and mix it with my fingers!

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chrl_warren February 15, 2012

Delicious and moist cake. Thanks for posting.

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gwynn January 24, 2012
1 Pan Fudge Cake