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Triple-Chocolate Bliss Cake

Triple-Chocolate Bliss Cake recipe
photo by:kraft
This luscious chocolate cake is a guaranteed standout at any party. Chocolate richness delivers a WOW moment with every bite.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
2 hr
servings
total:
18 servings
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posted:
2/19/2007
Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate - what's not to love?! This recipe is very easy and the best chocolate cake that I or my family or co-workers have had in a long time. Unfortunately, you will have to share it because eating the whole thing by yourself is pure sin. The good news? You'll be thinking up reasons to make it again and again.
posted:
2/19/2007
I made this recipe for Christmas and for my mother-in-laws birthday. It's one of the best things I have put in my mouth. And it even impressed my mother-in-law!
posted:
2/15/2007
I made this for Valentine's Day at work only made cupcakes instead of a whole cake. I made a buttercream-cream cheese frosting with mini m&ms on top. Everyone loved them! They were a big hit.
posted:
2/13/2007
I made this for a birthday at work and it was a hit. I used strawberries instead of the raspberries and it was delicious. I have been asked several times to make another one and bring it in.
posted:
2/11/2007
We made the cake for a Baby Shower we were giving and had numerous requests for a copy of the recipe. Instead of a Chocolate Cake Mix we used a Marble Mix and Vanilla Instant pudding. We also did not use any fruit - the cake was the hit of the party!
posted:
2/4/2007
Just by looking at the picture is an understatement. If pictures could talk it would say that I am moist and satisfying. If you like the way the picture looks then enjoy the cake. The children will love it. Not a raspberry fan so I used strawberrys it still was good. The icing was simple to do also my children helped Thanks
posted:
2/3/2007
After receiving my holiday issue of the kraft magazine, I followed this recipe to the letter with the exception of the rasperries. It is wonderful. It speaks for itself. It is very easy to create and a true crowd pleaser. I will definitely recommend this and will certainly make again.
posted:
1/31/2007
Throw out all your other chocolate cake recipes. This is the only one you need. I made this cake (sans raspberries--I don't care for fruit with chocolate). It was so easy (a piece of cake) to make, and so delicious. The icing is almost superfluous, because the cake is moist and rich enough to be eaten alone. But, the light combo of whipped creme and chocolate dripped on it is--well, the icing on the cake. I didn't have a bunt or fluted pan, so before I made this I went to a cheap retail store and bought one of those new rubbery pans. I bought a fluted tube, but they're available in everything from muffin to spring form. I strongly suggest doing this. I think I paid about 12 bucks for it. I was able to simply peel the pan away from the cake, and present the end product beautifully. It looked like the picture Kraft provided (without the raspberries). Julie
posted:
1/30/2007
Wow! I made this cake for a birthday and it was a huge hit! It was very easy to make, and SO delicious! The sour cream makes the cake really moist. I will definitely make this one again!!
posted:
1/27/2007
I made this for Christmas-- my whole family loved it! My mom, who hates baking, even asked for the recipe because it was so easy.
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