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Feb 16

12 Responses to “A Cake Most Deserved”

  1. Vanessa Says:

    Pretty excited that I have been following your recipes for so long now that I usually already have all the ingredients for whatever you post. Excited to try this out soon!

  2. Scott Says:

    Just a thought…add the hot water VERY slowly to the mix, stirring thoroughly before adding more…if its very hot and you add it all at once, it will cook the eggs, and the taste won’t be as velvety or appealing.

  3. Rachel Says:

    I love everything you do, but… canned frosting on a beautiful homemade cake?! ;_;

  4. D Says:

    More involved, extremely tasty version:

  5. templar45 Says:

    Any chance of a scratch recipe for chocolate frosting in the future? Cake looks great!

  6. Willow Says:

    Coffee in chocolate cake is always good. Yum!

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  8. Jamey Says:

    Mmmmmm … cake

  9. Shiken Says:

    Never thought to add coffee, will have to give that a try! Im rather fond of bundt shaped cakes rather than stacked though.

  10. Paul Says:

    Looks Good: Will Make.

  11. Pyrpyr Says:

    To the folks wondrting why he used canned frosting: it *is* a time-saver, and you’re already making the cake itself, which takes time. If you gotta have from-scratch, one could easily adapt the frosting recipe from the Cinnamon Buns recipe just a few installments ago (those of us who know instantly recognize its identity as buttercream!) and just add some cocoa powder or melted chocolate at the end before spreading.

  12. Matt Says:

    Made this cake for the second time tonight. For some reason I blanked, got distracted, and poured all the batter into one pan…..don’t do this. Hahah
    I made the best of the mistake and it still is delicious.
    But again, I repeat. Don’t use all the batter for on pan. It creates a living, molten batter spewing monster.

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