Pam Martin-Allen Recipe

2 step german chocolate cake

By Pam Martin-Allen sweetp

i received this recipe in an email years ago.. i have made it many times as a quick dessert

Recipe Rating:
 2 Ratings


any german chocolate cake mix
1 can any brand coconut pecan frosting
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Directions Step-By-Step

mix cake as directed on box.. add can of frosting to batter. pour into bundt pan and cook as directed on box. i sprinkle a little confection sugar on top. stays moist for days..

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cakes, Chocolate
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
  • Comments

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    Maven Argyle MissIngenuous - Dec 7, 2009
    Huh, what a great idea! I just got a new mini-bundt cake pan and have been looking for a good recipe to try... I think this is it. THanks for posting.
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    Pam Martin-Allen sweetp - Dec 7, 2009
    this is just too easy to bake.. hope you enjoy it..let me know~Pam
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    Gina P Gina8492 - Mar 11, 2010
    My aunt has been making this since I was a little girl. It's so good! Every time I make it to take to an outing, the entire pan goes fast! When I have it for at home, it does stay very moist for several days.
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    leanne jinkins yumluver - Aug 26, 2010
    i am trying this tomorrow for my husbands birthday. german chocolate is his favorite!!!
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    leanne jinkins yumluver - Aug 27, 2010
    made it and it looks and smells GREAT! I added some extra coconut to the batter since we are HUGE coconut fans. I also heated an extra can for a drizzle over the cake and sprinkled with coconut. I cant wait for him to get here so we can dig in. thank you so much for posting this.