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post #46 of 73
I was thinking the same thing! Let me know if you try it!
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post #47 of 73
I try the chocolate chips but the batter is so runny that they went to the bottom of my cupcakes.
post #48 of 73
That's what I was worried about ! icon_smile.gif
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post #49 of 73
I read somewhere (here on CC) that if you toss your chips in a bit of flour, that they will not sink! HTH!
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post #50 of 73
I lovelove Hershey's Chocolate cake. I posted an article about it here: http://imasize6.blogspot.com/2008/05/search-is-over-chocolate-cake-recipe.html

This really is one of the best chocolate cakes I've made!
post #51 of 73
I think I need to try this Wooley chocolate fudge cake! It sounds wonderful!
post #52 of 73
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Originally Posted by jen1977

I think I need to try this Wooley chocolate fudge cake! It sounds wonderful!



It's really good, it's my familys favorite thumbs_up.gif
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post #53 of 73
Which one of these cake recipe is rich, dark and moist. That a novice would do with out spoiling? I'm no novice but i have problems with creaming method cakes and sponge when it comes to Chocolate cake. Been having a warm time finding a delicious moist one that works for me.

PS is there something I can use to substitute buttermilk?
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post #54 of 73
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Originally Posted by Rochelle1

Which one of these cake recipe is rich, dark and moist. That a novice would do with out spoiling? I'm no novice but i have problems with creaming method cakes and sponge when it comes to Chocolate cake. Been having a warm time finding a delicious moist one that works for me.

PS is there something I can use to substitute buttermilk?


Definitely the fudge brownie cake. Rich, dark, moist, almost doesn't need icing. The creaming part is really not hard; just cream the butter and sugar for a few minutes, it'll be fine. I guarantee I had no idea how to cream properly when I first baked this cake.

Re: buttermilk: I have seen posts from many here who use the souring method for buttermilk: 1 Tbsp vinegar plus enough milk to equal 1 cup. Stir together and let stand for 5 minutes. I have never tried it myself as I keep the powdered stuff on hand, but it is a popular alternative for many, including the pro's.
post #55 of 73
ceshell ..when you use the powdered buttermilk do you just add it in the powdered state or add it with some of the liquid from the recipe ? Im never sure how to use/add it ? Thanks !
post #56 of 73
Thanks Ceshell. I'm going to try it this week. I will tell you how it turns out.


Rochelle
post #57 of 73
Hi Fiddlesticks, I do it according to the instructions on the container: I sift or whisk the powder into my flour mixture, and add the water when the recipe calls for adding the buttermilk. Rochelle1, I hope you like it, please post back. Unless you hate it, in which case let's just pretend we never had this discussion ROTFL!! icon_lol.gif
post #58 of 73
I have never tried the Perfect Chocolate Cake but I have tried the icing on the cocoa can and HOLY COW, it's a staple in my family now!!!! woo hoo. I always give that recipe out to my wilton students. It's so dang good I try to freeze it so I won't dip in and darn if I eat it frozen too. So if you try the cake definitely try the icing too!!!!!!
post #59 of 73
This is my staple chocolate cake/cupcake! And the frosting...OMG!!! Yummmmmmy!
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post #60 of 73
Funny enough when I tasted when I was done I was not impressed. I made the cake up(Chocolate mouse cake) and the next day it was delicious I could not stop eating out the samples.

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Thanks

PS I used the vinegar in milk suggestion too
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