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Terrific cake Taylor! Moist and dense like you said. I made this for a cake decorating class, but I cannot wait to try it in a layer cake. I really liked how it cut so cleanly, no crumbs! Looks and tastes like it came from a bakery. I agree with you about not adding the chocolate chips. I will definately be using this recipe often. Thanks for sharing! Update: I was so impressed with the texture of this cake (I'm into cake decorating) that I have used this formula with other flavors of cake. I made this with a cherry chip cake mix using cheesecake flavored pudding mix, it was awesome. It cuts perfectly and the layers are sturdy enough to divide into more layers, and stay together well while handling for stacking. I'm loving this recipe!
Came out moist, chocolatey, and not too sweet! I used a 9x13 pan; It came out so tall I was able to cut it in half and put frosting in the middle! I also used cold coffee in place of the water.
Great cake - thank you! I think its the addition of the sour cream that makes the difference because I have made other "box" cakes that call for pudding mix and the texture & taste of this recipe is superior. Also, I had no sour cream so I used 1 cup plain yogurt + 1 tablespoon of cornstarch and it turned out perfect. I can't wait to try it again with the sour cream :) EDIT: I just made this again but this time I used a lemon cake mix + sugar free Jello white chocolate pudding mix + 1 cup plain yogurt + 1 tablespoon of corn starch. This is THE most delicious cake I have ever tasted and the texture is fantastic, smooth, and moist. I frosted it with a simple home made buttercream in which I added half a pack of pink lemonade Kool-Aid (powder) for that oh so lemony flavor.
Delicious! I have to cook gluten free so I used a gluten free cake mix (Bob's Red Mill) and I also used butter instead of oil since most gluten free recipes seem to call for butter. It turned out great. It didn't rise much, but was still delicious and was very easy to cut in half in order to make it 4 layers. I used Grandma's Chocolate Fudge Frosting which added just the right amount of sweetness and people raved about it! Thank you for sharing!
This cake turned out moist and delicious! I baked my for 23 minutes and it was perfect. I cut the cakes in half which produced a four layer cake . I filled the layers with cream cheese frosting, frosted the entire cake in buttercream frosting, and topped it with chocolate ganache. Yum! I would definitely recommend this recipe!
Just got done making this cake and levelling it. Has a weird flavor almost like it's burnt but I took it out as soon as the toothpick came out clean. Making this with a peanut butter moose frosting and chocolate ganache. Hoping the cake doesn't taste like what I cut off of it. :/
Have made this a few times when I needed something to take to a party. Very heavy cake, doesn't seem cheap and from a box. I'm no chocolate lover but I can't wait to eat these again for a party tomorrow!!
This was the easiest, most delicious chocolate cake ever! Just made it for unexpected out of town company when I had to throw a lunch & dessert together quickly. I used a Betty Crocker Chocolate Fudge cake mix, which I already had on hand. I baked it in a bunt pan and just watched the baking time carefully to make sure it didn't overcook. I believe it took about 45 minutes. Then I did a powered sugar glaze which was quicker (my time was so limited) but really tasty. I served it on a pedestal cake plate and it looked so pretty! My girlfriend had made this cake for me using a yellow cake mix with vanilla pudding. It was also SOOO good, I've made that a few times. This is the first time I did chocolate, as I was looking for something I already had in my pantry. This will be my go-to chocolate cake from now on!
Absolutely amazing! Whatever Taylortwo reviews I am so trying!
Super yummy cake and easy to make!!!