I made this for our church bake sale. I cooked it in my regular baking pan and then (when it was cool) transferred it to a disposable pan. I had to cut a sliver off for it to fit, to was able to "sample" it this morning. Delicious! Moist! Chocolate chips did not seem to sink to the bottom. After reading other reviews, I used only 1 cup chocolate chips, and milk instead of water. The Betty Crocker Devils Food cake mix was a "pudding added" mix; no problems with it (as some others had mentioned). I baked it in a 9 x 13 pan for 35 to 40 minutes (as another reviewer suggested). I dusted it with powdered sugar, but the sliver I tasted was good enough not to really need any frosting or topping. Great recipe! I will make this again. I also used parchment paper in the pan. I let the cake cool on a rack (in the pan) for 10 minutes, then pulled the cake (using the parchment paper) out of the pan onto the rack. When the cake was completely cooled, I transferred it to the disposable pan, again using the parchment paper to steady the cake. Using the parchment paper also allows me to skip the grease / flour instructions.
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I made this for our church bake sale. I cooked it in my regular baking pan and then (when it...