This was a very simple and delicious recipe. However, I filled my cupcake pans the usual 2/3s full and they were a tad too overflowing-- the next time I do this recipe I will only fill 1/2 full. Also, make sure you butter the pan significantly (or put down a liner) because the cake is will definitely stick to your pan! Overall, delicious flavor and tasted even better 2 days later (stored properly). Yum! thankyou for sharing :)
For such a simple cake -- this was excellent! Everyone loved it and many took multiple slices. This will be my new go-to chocolate cake.
Super good cake! So easy to mix it all together and not make a big mess. The taste and texture are quite excellent. Thanks as always for sharing your fantastic recipes.
This tastes so much better than a boxed cake mix. Easy to put together. Th cake rose almost to the top of the 9" x 13" pan. I froze the unfrosted cake for 2 days. I frosted it with Kittencal's Chocolate Frosting/Icing, medium chocolate flavor. After dethawing and frosting the cake, it still tasted fresh made. Everyone liked it.
Delicious and Moist. I followed the directions exactly and it turned out great. I was worried at first because I'm not used the working with thin batter, BUT it was great! The only change is that I put all the batter into a double deep 9" round wilton cake pan and had to increase the baking time to about an hour and 10 minutes. Came out perfect! Thank you!
this is the first chocolate cake I have made from scratch. This is a wonderful tasteing and moist cake. I normanly don't like chocolate cake, but this is really good. I will use this recipe again.
Everyone really enjoyed this. I found it because I am always looking to use up that last bit of coffee in the pot (I am tired of throwing it away - coffee is getting expensive!). This time, the cake turned out a bit spongy. This was my fault. I was using a set of measuring spoons that I never use, and discovered while making this that the 1 tsp. was actually 1/2 T. That is NOT the same thing. I figured it out before I got to the vinegar, but the other leavening was wrong. The cake still got devoured, but I am looking forward to making it again with the correct measurements! I used some leftover Marzetti chocolate fruit dip as kind of a frosting glaze, but the cake doesn't really need icing. It's a great snack/dessert without it, and uses ingredients I always have in the house. I know I will be making this often. I used Baker's Joy to grease the pan.
So moist, so delicious! I love it. This will be my new choc cake recipe.
Very good! I loved the fact that it is made in one bowl--that cut down on dishes! And it IS super moist! I made this for my husband's birthday, and he said, "Make sure you keep this recipe!"
really good very moist, tastes like boxed cake. a definate must try i cut the sugar to 1 1/4 c i think its plenty sweet. i didnt even make icing for it.