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Glazed Chocolate-Sour Cream Cake

Glazed Chocolate-Sour Cream Cake recipe
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By just replacing the water with sour cream in this box mix, the cake is extra moist and tender.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
1 hr 10 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
4/15/2005
This cake was delicious. It could be more moist so I will try the mayonaise next time, but it is a keeper for sure. It looked so exquisite if you want to really impress those chocolate lovers!!! I served it with vanilla yogurt and also a dab of cool whip along with the strawberries and raspberries.
posted:
4/15/2005
This was a fairly easy recipe and has a nice mocha flavor. Next time I might add a little more cool whip for the middle layer. Delicious!
posted:
4/13/2005
The overall recipe was good but the cake was a little dry. Follow the recipe using mayonnaise instead of sour cream and it is much moister. Still use sour cream in the melted chocolate.
posted:
4/4/2005
I brought this cake in to the office for a birthday celebration. Not only where they impressed with its presentation but more importantly they loved the cake itself. I followed to the letter the recipe except I added the entire contents of the cool whip. It was according to my fellow workers one of the best cakes they ever had. The recipe is making the rounds as you would expect.
posted:
3/31/2005
I made this for Easter and my family was so impressed they thought I had bought the cake at a bakery! I thought the cake was a little dry, but still absolutely scrumptious! It was easy to make yet it looked like I had spent all day on it.
posted:
3/30/2005
I deleted the coffee due to suggestions from other reviews. It was a huge hit for Easter dessert. Although, next time, I will rewarm the chocolate sauce before I pour it on the top. It doesn't drip over the sides as easily as I thought.
posted:
3/29/2005
This a great cake to "take along" and assemble at your destination. I baked the layers and took the other ingredients (we didn't use the fruit) to assemble at my sister's house several hundred miles away. She was so thrilled. The coffee really adds zip to the chocolate.
posted:
3/29/2005
Everyone who tried this cake loved it. In fact I'm under orders to make it again. The cake was very moist and easy to put together. It took me some time finding the new chocolate for the filling and topping, but I was able to find it. It also did not travel well, the layers keep slipping.
posted:
3/28/2005
I love coffee flavored things, but my family didn't. This recipe was good for me, but I think I would just leave out the coffee if I make it again.
posted:
3/28/2005
It is very easy to make but it looks like you spent hours making it. My family and I are not coffee drinkers and we don't like the taste of coffee. So, I did make this cake and omitted the coffee ingredients. It was very good. Actually I made it twice now. Everyone who tried it, liked it.
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