One of America's most popular desserts is chocolate cake, but there are many variations of this rich and moist sweet treat. A few recipes that you must try include Double Chocolate Cake, Island-Spiced Chocolate Cake, and the simple and fast Quick Chocolate Cake.
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.
Bourbon adds a devilish delight to this rich chocolate and peanut butter dessert cake.
Cafe Latte created the Turtle Cake in 1985 and are famous for this moist, rich, three layer wonder. The cake layers are dark chocolate frosted with rich fudge and caramel and generous amounts of giant pecans.
Loaded with chocolate, this euphoric dessert recipe creates an astounding birthday cake or special occasion dessert.
Treat your family or guests with an easy one-bowl chocolate cake. A simple sprinkling of powdered sugar tops this dessert.
Soft gooey marshmallows unite with pecans and chocolate in this Southern-style cake. It's perfect for a party.
Malted milk balls give this cake an unexpected, yet pleasant crunch. It makes a fun birthday cake.
Served right from the pan, this fudgy cocoa cake topped with an even fudgier chocolate frosting, is sure to be a hit at any picnics, potlucks, and gatherings that call for casual dining.
Its hip to be square, but this stunning cake can be round too. Use 9x1 1/2-inch-round baking pans instead of the 8-inch-square pans.
The cooked frosting and the deep red color are traditional for this chocolate cake.
This rich, dense flourless dessert is almost like a fudge brownie but much more elegant. It's also surprisingly easy to make.
If you've ever wondered how pound cake got its name, it's because the traditional recipe for how to make pound cake called for one pound each of four basic ingredients: butter, sugar, eggs and flour. As you can imagine, the original recipe yielded quite a lot of cake. But it was simple to learn and remember, and the recipe thus easily passed among neighbors and friends and down through many generations. It dates back at least to the 18th century, with many improvements being made on the recipe in the 19th century when leavening agents, such as baking powder, were introduced.
This cake has a triple-play of chocolate flavors: the cake layers themselves, the frosting around the edges and the crowning drizzle on top!
A simple-to-make pumpkin filling recipe and super chocolate glaze make this moist and easy, one-bowl cake a delicious dessert for Thanksgiving or Christmas.