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Best-Ever Chocolate Fudge Layer Cake

Best-Ever Chocolate Fudge Layer Cake recipe
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Extra chocolate and pudding mix in the batter make this fudge cake not just super rich, moist and amazingly delicious, but the best ever.
15 min
1 hr 30 min
16 servings
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BEST CAKE EVER! I've made it four or five times.. everyone asks me if i got it from a bakery. Everyone lovedd it! Definitely refrigerate it for a few hours or even the night before. DO NOT THAW the whip cream before. OR when you try to melt it along with the chocolate it just becomes all watery. I garnished the top differently. I melted white chocolate put it in a zip lock bag cut the corner and just made a bunch of horizontal lines and then vertical. It looks really cute.
I have made this cake a lot because it is so delicious. I use fat-free sugar-free pudding mix, light cool-whip, and replace the oil with applesauce. The cake turns out so moist and the frosting is very tasty. I would highly recommend this recipe!
This recipe was delicious. The cake was moist and perfect and the glaze was out of this world. I made this cake for my neices high school graduation and she loved it.
I made this cake for my son's first birthday. Everyone loved it. It was super moist.
Instead of using almonds on the top, I shaved some pieces of Andes mints. It turned into a really delicious chocolate mint cake. Very chocolaty, though... if too much chocolate is too much for you, don't use this one.
I love this cake. I make it all the time for birthdays.
I've made this cake several times, and it's always a favorite. It's easily one of the best, and easiest cake recipes I've ever tried. A slight variation on the icing recipe is to use (1) 8 oz pkg of chocolate and 1 cup of heavy cream, instead of cool whip. I also like to garnish it with fresh blueberries and mint leaves. Enjoy!
This cake is like something you would buy from a bakery and is a hit every time. The key is to refrigerate overnight before serving because it makes it more fudge like.
it was a really rich and tasty cake, probably the best I've ever made. I am not a chocolate person but ended up eating more than my fair share... Great texture
This is divine. My frosting didn't turn out as dark, but all the chocolate flavor was there. Used Andes Candies as a garnish. Was a big hit at my mother's 49th Birthday party!! Not *one* crumb left on anyone's plates!!! ^___^
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