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BAKER'S GERMAN'S Sweet Chocolate Cupcakes

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These cupcakes are a casual version of traditional German chocolate cake that's perfect for bringing to a potluck supper.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 20 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
9/13/2006
I am 41 years old and I grew up on this cake. My mom made this cake every holiday. My mom had a reputation for how well she baked cakes and this was one of the best and my favorite. Being the baby of the family, single and no children (spoiled rotten) I took for granted that I would always have mom around to prepare this cake and her other wonderful dishes for the holidays. I started trying to learn some of her famous dishes in the past 10 years but didnt take it very seriously. Well I lost my mom last year and this recipe is about the only one I have mastered. The is a special cake to me and I thank you for such a great recipe and the memories
posted:
5/12/2006
This is one of the best cakes I have ever made. My family loves it and it has become their cake of choice for all occasions.
posted:
4/6/2006
50 minutes may be too long to bake so watch the time. Everyone loved this cake at my office along with the coconut pecan frosting it is truly a treat.
posted:
2/10/2005
It was a tradition for Grama to make this cake for our birthdays. It was always a treat. She carried on the tradition with her Great-Grandchildren as well. After Grama passed away, we found her recipe, the wrapper from a bar of German Sweet Chocolate which she must have had for decades, as we were going thru her recipe file. I remember her making the frosting first, then using the egg whites, left over from the frosting, in the cake, in addition to those called for in the cake recipe. Grama didn't like to waste anything. The additional egg whites never seemed to adversely affect the end result...a perfect German Chocolate Cake!!!
posted:
1/6/2005
This cake was excellent, and without the hassle of a layer cake. It's definitely a keeper in my family
posted:
12/12/2004
This is the cake recipe I found on the Baker's German's Sweet chocolate box years ago along with the coconut pecan frosting and just loved it, but I lost it, I think you should put your old favorites back on the boxes periodically so that those of us who lose recipes that we love can find them again. This one is a winner! And now I have it again.
posted:
11/29/2004
I am not a cook, and was a little worried about how my first cake would come out. It was great! My kids love it! It was really easy to make, and immediately took away my concerns about baking. The directions were easy to follow, and produced a cake that is very moist inside and fluffy. I'd say it was better than my mother's home-made cakes in terms of texture (lighter, moister, fluffier). I'd gladly make this cake again -- it might become one of my all-time favorites. FYI, since I don't know much about cooking, I followed the directions exactly as written, and if I cooked the cake again, that's how I'd do it.
posted:
7/15/2004
The recipe is similar, the only difference, I cream the butter/sugar together. My Aunt taught me, but over the years I notice her's texture and color is different. Her cake is a little darker and texture similar to a brownies.
posted:
5/5/2002
One of the best!!
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