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    Thanks looks Yummie!
    Just passing through!

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    I like the idea of the bundt pan for this cake too.
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    I can vouch for this cake. I made it into a sheet cake on Monday. There is only the two of us and what remains is still very moist and just the perfect degree of chocolate. Also made the frosting suggested. Two thumbs up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthPStitches View Post
    I can vouch for this cake. I made it into a sheet cake on Monday. There is only the two of us and what remains is still very moist and just the perfect degree of chocolate. Also made the frosting suggested. Two thumbs up.
    Good to hear. There's only us too, but it still didn't last very long. That's why I have to only make it occasionally. Wouldn't mind making it for easter but there's just too much going on to get ready for that anyway.

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    I made this cake this morning. The cake turned out rather "heavy", in between a brownie and a cake. Maybe it's supposed to be that way? Or maybe it's the humidity or something? It tastes okay, but the "heaviness" surprised me.

    The frosting is exceptional! I think, next time, I'll use a different recipe for the cake, but the same frosting recipe.

    Thanks for posting it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by moonrise View Post
    I made this cake this morning. The cake turned out rather "heavy", in between a brownie and a cake. Maybe it's supposed to be that way? Or maybe it's the humidity or something? It tastes okay, but the "heaviness" surprised me.

    The frosting is exceptional! I think, next time, I'll use a different recipe for the cake, but the same frosting recipe.

    Thanks for posting it!
    We've been doing a lot of heavy duty spring cleaning (like cleaning out the kitchen cabinets and cleaning everything in them, etc) or I'd be making this for Easter. I just hate to mess the kitchen up right now. Maybe after Easter I'll make it again
    Serita

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    Looks fabulous!
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    You are so right! This is my cake recipe too. I use the miracle whip cake recipe and the Hershey's frosting recipe on the can. Even more moist and chocolate taste.
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    My aunt made her chocolate cake with sour cream and oh how I wish I had that recipe. Very moist and tasty. It went with her to the great beyond!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ube quilting View Post
    My aunt made her chocolate cake with sour cream and oh how I wish I had that recipe. Very moist and tasty. It went with her to the great beyond!
    peace
    What a shame. I don't have any special recipes but if I did, I hope I would share it with someone for the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedGarnet222 View Post
    You are so right! This is my cake recipe too. I use the miracle whip cake recipe and the Hershey's frosting recipe on the can. Even more moist and chocolate taste.
    Sounds like an interesting recipe too.

    Serita

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    I make this alot...its wonderful!

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