German Chocolate Cake
A variation of chocolate cake, German chocolate cake is layered and topped typically with a coconut-pecan frosting. This rich, scrumptious dessert began its rise to popularity in the late 1950s.See Popular German Chocolate Cake Recipes
Take a bite of German chocolate cake and you have a whole new idea of what a cake can be. The rich, moist layers of chocolate cake are good enough to stand on their own, but once they're slathered with a thick coat of gooey caramel icing studded with pecans and coconut, it's game over. But don't pull out your lederhosen just yet.
This chocolate cake with coconut-pean topping deserves special attention. Cakes require accurate oven temperatures to bake to perfection. Check oven temperatures occasionally. In too-hot ovens, cakes may develop tunnels and cracks. Too-cool oven cause cakes to become coarse.
This traditional German Black Forest Cake is made with fresh whipped cream and is decadently rich and juicy.
Chocolate is the star of this dessert recipe, but coffee is a key ingredient because it deepens the flavor of the chocolate.
Try this German favorite for your next party. The crunchy, chocolatey cookies feature Nabisco wafers, flaked coconut and chopped pecans and can be made in just 35 minutes.
Coconut, pecans and caramel make a sweet sauce for a twist on German chocolate cake.
For a quick and easy shortcut, start with bakery cupcakes or prepare from a cake mix. Top each cupcake with a circle of frosty ice cream and the embellishments of your choice.
How can you not love a concoction that has names like Devil's Food or Chocolate Decadence? It's no wonder we give chocolate cake names that suggest naughtiness on our part. Whether you prefer traditional German chocolate, flourless dark chocolate or molten lava cakes with gooey centers, this treat can seem downright sinful--which is exactly why you should know how to make chocolate cake.
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We always think of Marie Antoinette when we think of cake, particularly when we survey the likes of such delectable chocolate cake recipes as these. It was, after all, the queen of France who supposedly uttered the infamous words, "Let them eat cake," not too terribly long before she lost her head. And while we now know that she, in fact, probably didn't say such a thing at all, not to mention that "cake" isn't really an accurate translation, nevertheless there's a kind of delicious irony to the tale (literally, delicious): let us eat cake, indeed.
Try this gluten-free Zucchini Chocolate Chip Snack Cake for an after-school dessert or for a make-ahead breakfast option for busy mornings.
This Chocolate and Pear Spice Cake has it all: rich flavors, perfectly moist texture, and it's topped off with chocolate.
Move over pie. This rich Chocolate Pumpkin Bundt cake (which also happens to be low in fat and calories) is made for the holidays.