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Triple-Chocolate Mousse Cake

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Live the triple chocolate dream with this showstopping mousse cake. We've got a video here to take you through the recipe, step by simple step.
25 min
4 hr 55 min
24 servings
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I just made this recipe for the second time. The first time it came out perfectly. The second time, after allowing it to cool in the bundt pan on a wire rack for 2 hours, I inverted it on to a serving platter and it split in 3 areas all the way down to the platter! Help! What did I do wrong? I have been asked to make this cake again for a pot-luck dinner next week. Maybe I should allow it to cool in the pan in the fridge after the initial 2 hrs. at room temperarture?
I made this recipe with trepidation because it was weird and my sucess with turning out a clean bundt cake are sketchy. But, I was exceedingly proud!! I had not problems with it at all!! Yummy! Next time I may add some pecans to the cake batter or maybe use a different flavor cake mix!!
Mine didn't turn out as good as the picture. I measured the pan and it was 12 cups. It overflowed into the water in the bigger pan it was sitting in. I followed the directions carefully. After I turned it over onto plate it starts to collapse and the middle looks like pudding. I made it a 2nd time to try again for a party the same day instead of the day before, but had the same results. Awful presentation!! I will never make this again.
Has anybody tried this recipe in a silicone bundt pan?
I did use a 12 cup bundt pan. There was a tremendous amount of cake batter that overflowed the pan. My oven was a mess, the pan was a mess and a lot of cake batter floating in the water! The cake did not look as pretty as your picture. Very disappointing presentation for an important party. Will never try it again!
I have made this cake twice already. It looks unbelievable and is delicious! It did take a little while the first time I made it, but once you figure out the steps it is not really difficult. And, the results (and compliments) are worth it! I am already getting requests for this cake, from friends who only heard about it!
The first time I made this cake it was rather labor intensive, but the end result was worth every second and I've made it 3 times since for different functions and it's been a huge hit every time. It will now be my 'go to' for a unique cake.
This cake is one of my favorites! So far I have made it 3 times and plan to make it again next week. To be on the safe side (even thoughI have a large Bundt pan) I make 6 cupcakes out of part of the batter. I followed the directions exactly although I didn't quite understand how the "magic" would happen, but it worked! It does take a while to make, but definitely worth it. The more times you make it, the faster it will be and you will get more comfortable adding your own flavoring variations.
I make this for Thanksgiving and everyone raved. I used dark chocolate syrup and devils food cake. It looked just like the picture. I plan to make this again for Christmas eve dinner at the in=laws.
I gave it only 4 stars because I think the cake part was so out done by the mousse! The mousse is fabulous, next time I make it I will change it up a bit and plan to use devils food mix and chocolate pudding mix to make the cake part more chocolate tasting! It was delicious and I will make it again!
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