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Worlds Best Chocolate Cake Recipe

Updated on April 10, 2014

Worlds Best Chocolate Cake Recipe

On this page you will find two of the best recipes for Chocolate Cake ever created and every one who has tried the recipe for the Worlds Best Chocolate Cake agree that it is the best Chocolate Cake they have ever eaten. Try it and I think you will agree.

What Exactly Is A Cake

CAKE is a mixture of flour, eggs, sugar, butter, and liquid that is baked in the oven in a variety of forms and distinguished by a tender texture and a sweet flavor. Closely allied to cake mixtures proper are many others, including cookies, small cakes, puddings, etc. While these differ from cakes in some respects, they are similar in use, ingredients, or methods of preparation. Because of this similarity, a number of these related mixtures are taken up in connection with cakes.

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World's Best Chocolate Cake Recipe

World's Best Chocolate Cake Recipe
World's Best Chocolate Cake Recipe

World's Best Chocolate Cake Recipe

Ingredients for Cake

2 cups sugar

1/3 cup cocoa

4 eggs

1-1/2 cups flour

1 cup chopped nuts , " Pecans Work Best "

1 teaspoon vanilla

1 pint marshmallow creme

Ingredients for Icing

1 stick butter

1/3 cup cocoa

1 box powdered sugar

1/4 cup evaporated milk

1 teaspoon vanilla

Mix all cake ingredients except the marshmallow creme. Bake in greased and floured 9 x 13-inch dish for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. When done and still hot, spread marshmallow creme over top. Cool cake slightly. While cooling cake, mix icing ingredients together. Spread over slightly warm cake. This is baked in a 13X9 inch pan. And it is oh so good. Especially with a hot cup of coffee.

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Better Than Sex Chocolate Cake

Better Than Sex Chocolate Cake
Better Than Sex Chocolate Cake

Better Than Sex Chocolate Cake Recipe

Ingredients for Cake

1 pkg. Chocolate cake mix

14 oz. sweetened condensed milk

17 oz. caramel, butterscotch, or hot fudge topping

cool whip

5 oz. toffee chips

1/2 cup chopped pecans

Preheat oven to 350F. Prepare and bake cake in

13-x-9 pan. Cool for 15 minutes. Poke top of cake

every half inch with fork. Drizzle sweetened condensed

milk evenly over top of cake. Let stand until milk has

been absorbed into cake. Top with ice cream

Topping.

Spread with cool whip. Sprinkle with toffee chips and

pecans. Refrigerate if not serving immediately.

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Paula Deen's Cookbooks Greatest In The World

Paula Deen Cookbooks

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I tell you what me and my family have almost all of Paula Deen's Cookbooks and when we prepare the recipes inside them and invite friends over for dinner or a party they all ask for the recipes. They all want to know where did this wonderful food come from. Well I tell you what when you make your food from the recipes in the Paula Deen Cookbooks your guests are going to beg for the recipes. So why don't you click the Paula Deen Cook Book links there to the right and check out some of the best Cookbooks ever by an absolutely wonderful southern cook , Paula Deen.

How to make a double layer chocolate cake in under 7 minutes.

How to Make Your Own Cake - Basic Tips

by: Nina Romanov

You have grown up hearing how your grandmother could bake a cake without ever using a recipe, the story may even claim she never measured anything. However if we ordinary humans want to successfully make a cake we need to follow a recipe and measure carefully.

When you are going to make a cake, preparation is absolutely vital. It is very important to preheat the oven in order to ensure that baking times will be accurate. Use a thermometer.

You also need to properly prepare the pans you will be using. Most baked items require a pan to either be greased or greased and floured.

To grease a pan, use a paper towel or pastry brush to apply a thin even covering. Grease generously only if the recipe calls for it. Try using solid vegetable shortening, it won’t add flavor to your cake. You can also use a cooking spray specifically for baking.

If a recipe calls for greasing and flouring a pan, grease the pan as usual and then shake the pan to coat all surfaces. Turn the pan upside down to get rid of the excess flour.

Before you start to make a cake, make sure you have everything you need. Check to be sure you have all of the ingredients the recipe lists. Do you have the right size cake pan?

Don’t substitute ingredients unless the recipe lists alternatives. When you are a little more experienced then you can play with your recipes. Especially with a cake, if a recipe calls for butter, use it.

You also need to measure carefully. A cup of liquid does not have the same volume as a cup of dry ingredients. So if you use a dry measure for liquids, you will have less, you will only have 2/3 cup when you need 1 cup. On the other hand, if you use a liquid measure for dry ingredients, you will be adding extra and your baked goods may be too dry.

It is best to use a clear standard liquid measuring cup. Place the cup on a level surface and fill to the desired mark. Check it at eye level for accuracy.

With dry ingredients, lightly spoon the ingredients into the proper cup and level it off with a spatula or knife.

When measuring solid fats and brown sugar, firmly press the ingredient into a standard dry measure cup and level it off with a knife or spatula.

Measuring margarine or butter is easy, as the wrapped sticks are marked for each tbsp. and ¼, 1/3, and ½ cup marks.

Dry measure cups are also used for sour cream, yogurt or whipped cream.

Along with liquid and dry measuring cups, you need a set of measuring spoons. Most sets have four spoons for ¼, ½, 1 teaspoon and 1 tablespoon. Fill the spoon with dry ingredients and level it off with a spatula or knife. Liquids can also be measured in these spoons. Just fill the spoon to the top.

Another necessity for successful baking is a good basic cookbook.

You can go on line and find charts that will show you the metric and imperial equivalents of both liquid and dry measures.

There are also instructions for how to halve or double a recipe and oven temperature in Fahrenheit and Celsius scales.

High altitude baking requires adjustments in temperature liquids baking powder and sugar, there are also charts that can give you these adjustments. Cakes, biscuits and muffins, cookies, yeast dough and quick breads all have their own altitude adjustments.

These tips are actually making a couple of cakes will soon turn you into an expert.

About The Author

Nina Romanov is an expert freelance writer. She has been a cake decorator for the most part of her life in Europe, Australia, and North America. Later on she graduated from NHC Montreal as a certified naturopath. Presently she is happily RV-ing with her husband.

Would you like to learn more about cakes? Do you need wedding cake ideas, pictures, cake toppers or other supplies? Visit http://CakeChannel.com

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