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BAKER'S ONE BOWL Cake

BAKER'S ONE BOWL Cake recipe
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It takes just 15 minutes to prep this perfect-for-entertaining chocolate cake with rich, made-from-scratch flavor.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
10 servings
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posted:
9/17/2008
5 Stars. Exquisite.
posted:
9/3/2008
Excellent cake! I loved it! I even used the cake as a base for a trifle! I had to make two of these cakes in a week! My family loved it!!
posted:
8/6/2008
It seemed a little dry. I would not make it again!
posted:
8/5/2008
If there were six stars, I would give this recipe SIX! I loved it! So easy to make and just the right amount of chocolate and density in the cake. I'll be making this again for sure!
posted:
7/29/2008
Though I haven't made this yet, I wanted to respond to the person with the question about the measurements. A square of chocolate is usually 1 ounce. I plan to make this cake very soon because it sounds great!
posted:
7/29/2008
For "hinga 1" so you may enjoy this cake: 1 square equals 1 ounce or 30 grams.
posted:
7/29/2008
This recipe sounds great - anything this simple has to be. But, can you help me with the measurements for the cooking chocolate. Living in Australia our chocolate is measured in weight for recipes not the number of squares. So, how much is 3 squares of cooking chocolate? Thanks
posted:
5/11/2008
This cake tasted great! I substituted splenda for the sugar and it turned out wonderfully.
posted:
3/19/2008
It is so easy, and perfect for a two person household! I keep this recipe on hand when we get company because it is so easy to mix together!
posted:
2/27/2008
to "A cook", the tip for the glaze is towards the bottom of the page...just keep scrolling down and you should see it.
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