4 Reviews

This is the recipe Mom (Julia) made for me every year for my birthday. I am sure it was grandma Hill's recipe. This brings so many tears to my eyes I can barely read the ingredients.....THANK YOU! Mini Mignon

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MiniMignon October 11, 2010

This was pretty rich for most people, but being a chocoholic, I felt it needed something. HOWEVER, we did not use the marshmallows bcz we didn't have any, and that might have made the difference. I melted the marg. in the micro, but did the frosting (more like icing) on the stove. It was very easy to make and to ice and I would use a little less milk next time or a little more powdered sugar.

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WI Cheesehead August 18, 2007

Wow you need a sweet tooth for this cake lol! my chocoholic DS was certainly not complaining though, might reduce the sugar in the cake slightly next time, thanks for a Sunday treat Hill Family!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz June 24, 2007

I made this tonight to take to work tomorrow. I found the cake itself easy to put together. Since I didn't have a jelly roll pan, I used a 9 by 13 pan instead. When I put the marshmallows on top, they did not melt (were they supposed to?) With all chocolate items I make, I added a sprinkle of cinnamon. The frosting never hardened- was it supposed to? I am guessing not, and that is where the mud comes from lol. Thanks for sharing!!!

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Loves2Teach March 29, 2007
Mary's Mississippi Mud Cake