Dark Chocolate Cake II Recipe
The absolute best, richest, and easiest one-bowl chocolate cake recipe ever! It's great topped with chocolate cream cheese frosting!
This recipe features an icing made with cream cheese, cocoa, and cinnamon frosts this dark chocolate cake for an elegant dessert.
This has been in my family forever. The secret is to NOT overbake it - that will ruin a chocolate cake every time.
A super rich, not-too-sweet, dark chocolaty sheet cake with a dark chocolate frosting that's perfect for any party!
Ok folks, this cake will put you in chocolate heaven. Have tried many recipes from this site and this one wins by a landslide. To be objective, I made this to the T the first time. It was fantastic. Moist, dark, rich. But after that, I've been using buttermilk in place of regular milk and used cake flour instead of regular flour (same amount) and the cake was super moist. I've learned when it comes to baking, using buttermilk where a recipe calls for milk makes everything more moist and fluffy. If Cake Flour is available, use. Be sure to add 2 extra tablespoons of cake flour for every cup of regular flour. The cake flour made it extra light and tender. No need for vinegar if using buttermilk. The 'sour' in buttermilk reacts with the leavening agents - baking powder/soda - which makes the cake rise and moist. I've also increased cocoa to 1 full cup & added 2 extra tablespoon sugar when I do, for a devils food style cake. And forget all the 'multi-bowl cake recipes'. This is so easy in prep and clean-u
Perfect for chocolate lovers! Serve this dense and fudgy cake dusted with confectioners' sugar, glazed with ganache, or with whipped cream or ice cream.
You don't need eggs to make a very moist and chocolate-y cake when using this easy recipe.
If you like chocolate and peanut butter you will love this cake. A chocolate sheet cake is spread with peanut butter, and then topped with chocolate frosting.
It makes its own sauce! Delicious and easy, and made in the same pan it bakes in.