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Mint-Chocolate Pudding Cake

Mint-Chocolate Pudding Cake recipe
photo by:kraft
Pistachio pudding, chopped chocolate and thin mint candies all come together in a cake that just might remind you of a certain ice cream flavor.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr
servings
total:
15 servings
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posted:
3/13/2007
I took this to work for our St Patricks Day luncheon and everyone loved it.
posted:
3/8/2007
I brought this cake to work and everyone love it, many people asked for the recipe.
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11/8/2006
This did not go over very well when I made it for a church dinner. The peppermint extract gave it a fake, sort of processed taste.
posted:
10/15/2006
I was expecting better
posted:
3/20/2006
posted:
3/18/2006
It was very tasty and everyone loved it. My chocolate pieces sank to the bottom of the cake but it was still very good.
posted:
3/16/2006
I have made this recipe numerous times and every time it has been delicious. It is wonderful and there hasn't been a compliant from anyone whose had it yet.
posted:
6/16/2005
This cake is awesome! Very moist and tasty. I needed more than 20 mints for the frosting...I plan to make this again
posted:
3/21/2005
This was very easy and very minty! My co-workers loved it as well as my family. Next time I'll use more than 20 mints in order to make a thicker covering over the cake. When the mints dried on top of the cake they tasted like an instant ice cream shell covering. Mmmmm!!
posted:
3/18/2005
This was a big hit at work. I had to give co-workers copies of recipe. This would also work for easter! After you melt mint patties and spread on cake/sprinkle (colored) coconut flakes on top/let cool then add your favorite easter candies to the top! For a less minty taste, just omit the peppermint extract!
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