Saturday, April 5, 2008

Inside/Outside Chocolate Chip Cake

I'm back!! Sorry it's been a while since my last recipe - I was just feeling the pressure to come up with something wonderful!! But I decided to go with something EASY and wonderful, so here's a simple for those of you that like easy recipes with very few ingredients (and you KNOW who you are....). I love this one, but I am a big chocolate fan. Really really like it. And this one is easy and very chocolatey - yummmmmmm. I don't know who I got this recipe from and I would love to give someone credit (Sharon?) but I don't know where it came from! So whoever you are, let me know! :)

Inside/Outside Chocolate Chip Cake

1 small box instant chocolate pudding
1 Devil's food cake mix
12 oz chocolate chips
2 eggs
1-3/4 cup milk

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix all ingredients together by hand, adding chips last. Pour into well-greased bundt or tube pan. Bake for 50-55 minutes - do not overbake!! Let cool in pan 15 minutes, then remove from pan. **once cake is cool, make sure to cover in plastic or the outside gets a little hard/chewy.
Easy-peezy and yummy!!!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

You may have gotten that from me, but I got it from Jane Anne. It doesn't get made enough at my house - I need more chocolate lovers over here.
Sharon

Coatney Family said...

mmmmmmm... that sounds delicious! I can't wait to try it. I always make a treat for Family Night on Mondays so perhaps I will try it this week. Yum! Thanks! and about time! I've been checking my butt off looking for new posts!

Kimberly said...

This recipe looks wonderful! I'm excited to try this as well but I have to tell you that when I first read the post I was completely confused. For some strange reason, I thought this was a recipe for cookies. After reading thru the directions and having put the batter into a bundt pan I'm thinking to myself. How do these cookies go from a bundt pan - to cookies????
ARGH! I'm getting old and senile!!!

BTW - I'm quite positive we didn't talk about this but in both this recipe and the last I really felt as if you were talking straight to me when you mentioned the soggy bread and the easier recipes with more on-hand ingredients. You freaked me out a bit with that one!!!

Melissa Guay said...

Kim, that's pretty funny!! The soggy bread was for Heather and my friend Brandi, and the few ingredients was for Johanna. :) But I'm glad you thought I was speaking to you!!! :)))))

Jane Anne said...

I stubbled back on your cooking site (failed a bit on the New Year cooking resolution- I have been in a cooking rut) and I was startled to see this recipe. This was my FAVORITE recipe as a kid. My mom still makes it for me when I go home. I have to tell you that if you want to dress it up, I got a chocolate sauce recipe-- from Sharon no less -- that is wonderful on this cake. It's called "Chocolate Glaze (reduced fat)". Let me know if you want me to email it to you... or, of course, you could grab it from Sharon.

Anonymous said...

Delish!! This was a big hit last night for dessert with some fresh strawberries and vanilla ice cream! :)
LaMonica