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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:
12/10/2006
the recipe didn't say to use the instant pudding mix dry or cooked?
posted:
12/7/2006
I too used strawberries instead of the rasberries. The case is so rich and moist! A real chocolate lover's delight. I let cake cool well and to make stars, dropped SMALL dollop of topping on cake and used tooth pick to make stars. Plan on making it again for our Christmas party next week.
posted:
12/7/2006
Since last weekend, I have now made this cake 3 times! It keeps disappearing! It is delicous, moist, and very easy to make. The ganache is very good, but don't overheat it. Warm the chocolate until it is barely hot enough to melt and then stir it like crazy to melt it, that way it won't run all over the cake but will drizzle. If your glaze is too runny, put it back in the fridge for about 10 minutes and try it again. Awesome cake, my co-workers are already placing their orders for their birthday cakes!
posted:
12/6/2006
It was delicious and very easy!! I took it to a work luncheon and it was a HUGE hit. I, also, couldn't get the cool whip to go into the star shapes, but I did put dollops on top and it looked just as nice. Also, I chose to use strawberries instead of raspberries and it was fantastic!
posted:
12/6/2006
This cake is delicious! I brought it to a party and it was a big hit! Please ignore the recipe where it says to "immediately" spoon the whipped topping over the frosting. The frosting will be too warm and melt the whipped topping resulting in a mess. I did this against my better judgement, wanting to follow the recipe exactly the first time I made it and I regret it. If you chill the cake for a short time and then put the whippped topping on, it looks much better. Couldn't make it into star shapes, though! I just made dollops. Great cake!!
posted:
12/6/2006
My daughter made this recipe for the young adult couples Sunday School Class Christmas party last weekend. Instead of fresh raspberries (which were not available in south Louisiana), she used chocolate covered cherries with marischino cherries as a garnish. My son doesn't particularly like chocolate but he ate 2 slices. I can hardly wait to try this recipe myself. It was such a wonderfully moist cake.
posted:
12/6/2006
This cake was absolutely delicious. Everyone enjoyed. Thank you.
posted:
12/5/2006
A very moist cake but entirely TOO RICH for even the most die hard chocolate lovers in my family.
posted:
12/4/2006
High in fat
posted:
12/3/2006
Surprisingly moist and not too sweet considering the amount of chocolate products used.
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