Frozen Kahlua Cake

"This is another variation of the Kahlua cake, only this cake is from scratch, and very easy. It makes a lovely dessert."
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Ready In:
1hr 25mins
1 Cake




  • Preheat oven to 325ºF.
  • Grease and flour bundt pan.
  • Cream butter and sugar.
  • Add cocoa and egg yolks.
  • Dissolve soda in water and combine with coffee and kahlua.
  • Add to batter alternately with the flour.
  • Add vanilla and fold in beaten egg whites.
  • Pour batter in pan, remove air bubbles.
  • Bake 1 hour.
  • Combine glaze ingredients and pour over warm cake.
  • Cool and remove from pan.
  • Cover with foil and freeze.
  • About 1 hour before serving, remove from freezer and ice with whipped cream (or Cool Whip).

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  1. Kathleen Russo
    Fantastic Cake! I made this recipe to bring to a New Year's Eve party and it was a great hit. The cake is so moist and not very difficult to make. I did not top it with whipped cream, instead I dusted it with powdered sugar. Thanks!
  2. Paulette
    I've never tasted Kahlua cake before, much less bake one, but for my first try I found this to be very easy to make and very delicious! I made no changes, and used homemade Kahlua, which a friend gave me last Christmas. I made the cake on Sunday, froze it, and served part of it at my office on Monday. I kept the other portion refrigerated and today, 3 days later, it was still very moist. I didn't top it with whipped cream, but I believe it would be really good topped with vanilla ice cream. I will definitely make this again. Thanks Miss Annie for this great recipe!
  3. s1sc077
    This is one of my family's favorite cakes, and is requested often for birthdays! I used dark cocoa last time I made it and it was delicious!
  4. puppitypup
    This cake was really very good. I've never made or tasted a frozen cake before. I made it to take to our friends' house for dinner, and everyone devoured it. I think it might be even better at room temperature, or even warmed. Thanks for the great recipe!



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