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Chocolate lovers will be crazy about this cake. It is very good, but it wasn't as moist as I expected. One thing I liked was it is made with ingredients I always have in the house.

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*~*Jennifer*~* June 04, 2002

Most excellent cake! I am not much of a baker (I prefer to cook), so I was nervous that I would burn it, but 45 minutes was perfect! No need to frost, I just topped it with a mixture of unsweetened coco powder and powdered sugar. This mixture also worked for "flouring" the pan! Excellent! Thanks for the recipe!

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bcfossett April 26, 2009

Scrumptious! This is basically the recipe on the box of Duncan Hine's devils food cake mix. I prefer cake without hard chocolate chips, so I left them out. I also used the box recipe's ratio of oil and water, because it's less fat: 1 1/4 cup water and 1/2 cup oil. I baked at 350 for 50min. Nice and moist; and I loved the tip about dusting the cake pan with cake mix instead of flour! Wonderful with Browned-Butter Glaze. (seen in photo)

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J-Lynn August 03, 2008

Yum! This is easy to make and doesn't even need frosting! It will not all fit in a small bundt pan though, so I now put some mix in the pan and make cupcakes with the rest. Tastes best with mini chocolate chips.

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jannwa August 30, 2007
Easy Chocolate Bundt Cake