Recipe by Teentabean
"This is my favorite chocolate cake ever. Given to me by a friend as a 'get well' cake, I've managed to coerce him into giving me the recipe. So good it needs no frosting!"
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1 (18.25 ounce) package
chocolate cake mix
1 (16 ounce) container
1 (5.9 ounce) package
instant chocolate pudding mix
1 (6 ounce) package
Instead of chocolate chunks, I like to use a whole package of mini chocolate chips. Halfway through baking, I take a piece of foil and cover the cake so that the top does not burn. My family loves this bundt cake--I like to serve it with either a dollop of Cool Whip or a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream.
Nothing special. Given all of the calories, it's especially disappointing and bad. Guess I'm used to fresh, real ingredients and expected too much from a cake mix and boxed pudding. I wouldn't bother with this again.
I spent over an hour in three different stores looking for an 18.5 ounce cake mix. I ended up using a bundt in a box mix.
Delicious. This recipe calls for an 18.25 oz cake mix. Can't find that size.
I bought the 15 oz and didn't adjust anything else. I figured I would make adjustments next time if needed. It was still very good. At first I thought the batter might be too thin considering the difference in the cake mix size. I would definitely make this again with no changes except for only being able to find 15 oz mix
This is an excellent cake recipe! My dad is diabetic, so I changed it to accommodate his sweet tooth.
I bought a Pillsbury sugar free Devil's Food cake mix, used 1/2 a bag of Hershey's sugar free chocolate chips, small box of Jello fat free/sugar free pudding mix, light sour cream, and then all the other ingredients. After baking, while waiting for the cake to cool, I microwaved 1/2 a container of Pillsbury sugar free Chocolate Fudge frosting for about 30 seconds, stirred until slightly melted, then drizzled it over the warm cake. This cake was a HUGE hit with my entire family...I've made it 3 Sundays in a row!
First time making a bundt cake ever and loved this recipe. Made it for Christmas dinner and it was a hit.I did make a chocolate glaze with confection sugar and cocoa.
Made this cake for a Christmas Eve party last night and it was a HUGE hit! The batter was so thick that I thought I made a mistake, but it came out perfect. I couldn't find a 18.25 oz box of cake mix - darn those manufacturers for shrinking everything! - so I actually bought a second box and added additional mix so that I got to the correct amount. The cake didn't look like anything special but it was so moist and chocolately, people were amazed. I dusted it with confectioners sugar at the end just to make it look a little prettier. Will definitely be making this again!!
Followed the recipe except I used chocolate chips instead of chunks and it was great. So moist. I bought ingredients for a glaze but never made it. This cake doesn't need it. Will definitely make this again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate Bundt(R) Cake
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 143
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