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Triple-Chocolate Bliss Cake

Triple-Chocolate Bliss Cake recipe
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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:
11/9/2006
This was GREAT! Very rich though. A small piece goes a long way. Would be very good with a nice cup of coffee. I didn't add any fruit, just made the cake and frosting. Served it warm after dinner. My 17 year old son loved it. I think he ate a 1/4 of the cake. Took the rest to work the next day and my co-workers ate it up. I was told it was a homerun.
posted:
11/8/2006
Wonderful cake!! We didn't think the icing was sweet enough but loved the cake itself!! I drizzled raspberry pie filling over the cake also and it added a wonderful flavor. It was a wonderful hit each time I have made it!
posted:
11/6/2006
I made this recipe for my daughter's 30th birthday. The cake was very easy and the icing was especially easy and very tasty. It was such a hit, my oldest grandson has requested it for his birthday in February.
posted:
11/6/2006
The cake was delicious. The frosting is good, but not very sweet, so if you like semi-sweet or dark chocolate, you would like it. The frosting was difficult to spread and the whipped cream stars didn't work at all for me, so I ended up just spooning teaspoons full of whipped cream and topping with half a maraschino cherry. I baked mine 50 minutes and it was definitely done.
posted:
11/6/2006
I made this cake for my daughter's sorority dinner. Instead of the raspberries, I used strawberries, putting the smaller strawberries in the center of the cake, and letting the large strawberries appear to be coming out of the cake. I drizzled the frosting over the strawberries, very lightly, then over the cake, and then over strawberries that I had surrounding the cake. Not only was it a beautiful cake, but it tasted wonderful! I'm making it again for Thanksgiving.
posted:
11/5/2006
the semisweet chocolate was not good icing, i forgot the sour cream in the cake so it wasnt as good as it should ve been. i took it to a church dinner it did not go over good at all.
posted:
11/4/2006
I found the frosting to be very, very, sweet; so what I did was warm the cake for 30 seconds in the microwave to soften the frosting. It was excellent that way. I think I would try to use a more "creamier" frosting next time. Defintely will make again; just need to add my touches to it.
posted:
11/3/2006
I have had a recipe for years very similar to the cake, but I had been looking for a good icing. This is delicious. One variation to my cake recipe that adds an extra chocolate surprise is that I fold in 1- 1/2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips to the cake batter just before pouring it into the pan.
posted:
11/1/2006
I've made this cake several times and it's an absolute favorite! It is extremely easy to make and the results are fabulous!
posted:
10/27/2006
I made this for our family when an Evangelist family came over, they were So shocked how Good it tasted, I used strawberries than the Raspberries. It was Very quick, easy and inexpensive. It will be a family favorite. I will make this again Soon.
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