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Under-a-Spell Red Devil Cake

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No magic word will break this spell. Rich, moist, chocolate cake with creamy dreamy filling makes for a devilishly delicious treat.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
3 hr 7 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
10/27/2010
This cake looks great and I am going to try to make it. It does seem like it would be best to bake in jelly roll pan and make it like my pumpkin rolls. They might need to post a video on how to make it for some that might get confused. It is all in the timing of when to roll, not too cool and not hot.
posted:
10/27/2010
The cake looks wonderful and I really wanted to try and make it this weekend, but after reading and rereading the directions its way to much. Im a visible person so I need to see it step by step. If anyone was able to do it please let me know.
posted:
10/27/2010
This looks delicious and I wanted to make it but I agree with the others, the instructions are not clear. This cake definatley qualifies for a video for assembling the cake.
posted:
10/26/2010
I served this for dessert on Saturday night and it received rave reviews by my husband and our guests. I used a dark chocolate cake mix as I didn't have the red velvet cake mix on hand. I've made many from scratch lemon cake rolls and chocolate cake ice cream rolls so I had no problem working this recipe. I will definitely make this again.
posted:
10/26/2010
this sounds like a jelly roll type cake. would probable work better. that's my plan. then will cut in half and stand on end. I'll let you know how it comes out :)
posted:
10/26/2010
This is the most confusing recipe that I have seen. You need step by step pictures. No way would I try this.....Paulette
posted:
10/26/2010
I have not made this recipe but it just sounds so vague in the instructions. Lots don't make sense. I wish there was a video I could watch to see what it is exactly I'm suppose to do. The cake looks delicious but too much trouble.
posted:
10/26/2010
I want to try this. However, because of the problem everyone is having, I am going to frost and roll each sheet cake into a log, then cut individual slices from them. I will probably reserve some of the frosting and cover the outside of each log with it. Sorry, I had to rate this even though I haven't tried it yet.
posted:
10/25/2010
This cake is much harder to make than the vague instructions suggest. The cake pieces are hard to work with and tended to crack or bow under their own weight. It did taste good though. Helpful hints: make sure the cake is evenly distributed in the pans, if they are different thicknesses the spirals look funny. Also make sure to put the filling on the sides of the cake with cocoa powder on them, or else your cake will look dirty on the outside.
posted:
10/24/2010
THREE hours to make this?? No way am I trying. Who has the time...?
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