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post #16 of 43
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Tell me more about the Hershey's version... I read a thread a while back where everyone was complaining about it sticking so badly...

Is it moist, gooey, and chocolate-syrupy?
Mmmmmmm

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post #17 of 43
I've never had a problem with it sticking at all. I just grease my pans well with a mix of crisco and flour. There is a regular hershey's cocoa version and dark chocloate version that I havn't tried yet. I find that the Hershey's recipe also dosn't dry out like other scratch recipes that I have tried.
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post #18 of 43
I like Hershey's Black Magic Cake; it uses hot coffee. Grease, flour and line your pans with parchement paper. Zero sticking issues. I love this one with vanilla butter cream, but I have made it with chocolate. Ganache over that would be impressive.
post #19 of 43
Sorry, I am no longer giving out new recipes as I am putting together a cookbook. icon_smile.gif
post #20 of 43
Can you tell me if your brownie layer was from a mix or scratch??
post #21 of 43
I also use the Hershey's recipe on the cocoa can. To avoid the sticking issue, just be sure to cool on a rack rather than in the pan. I also use it for my "Death by Chocolate" cake, filled with whipped ganache, covered in chocolate buttercream and THEN chocolate curls!
post #22 of 43
I made a 3-Layer cake consisting of 2 layers of WASC dark chocolate fudge cake using coffee as my liquid with a center layer of chocolate cheesecake, covered in chocolate amaretto ganache, surrounded by chocolate fudge pirouettes, topped with chocolate covered strawberries. Call the doctor!!! The pic is on page 2 in my gallery.
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post #23 of 43
I love the Hershey's Classic one too, and Prterrell, I will be waiting for that cookbook of yours . LOL...just let me know when.
post #24 of 43
This is a really good chocolate cake too. This is my most requested flavor.

http://cakecentral.com/cake_recipe-2163-71-Darn-Good-Chocolate-Cake.html
post #25 of 43
I love the Hersheys from the can too..delicious!
post #26 of 43
The hershey's chocolate cake (with coffee instead of boiling water) is my staple chocolate recipe as well. It is very moist and will be sticky if you forget to flour after greasing the pan.
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post #27 of 43
I have done a brownie layer and I just used a box mix and baked in a 9x13 pan. after it cooled, I used the pan to cut out the correct size( I used a 8 inch round). hope that helps. icon_smile.gif
post #28 of 43
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Originally Posted by renee2007

I have done a brownie layer and I just used a box mix and baked in a 9x13 pan. after it cooled, I used the pan to cut out the correct size( I used a 8 inch round). hope that helps. icon_smile.gif



Duh icon_surprised.gif *hitting self in head* sometimes the answer is so simple!!!!!!!!!!
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post #29 of 43
your welcomeicon_smile.gif. I made a chocolate cake and put a layer of macsmoms chocolate truffle filling, then the brownie, then another layer of truffle filling, it is sooo good.....yummyicon_smile.gifthumbs_up.gif
post #30 of 43
all of your recipes sound delicious. i will be trying all of these... since you all are so happy with what you make..
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