Kathy Griffin Recipe

Fudge Brownie Cake

By Kathy Griffin bamagirl125

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Made this for our July 4th dinner. It was so yummy. One sister said to make a chocolate cake one sister said fudge brownies. They had me so confused I made both, together :)

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Notes from the Test Kitchen:
Oh my ... this cake will take care of anyone's chocolate craving. The cake was dense but not heavy. I will definitely be taking this to the next pot luck. My chocolate crazy friends will be so happy!


1 box
chocolate cake mix
1 pkg
fudge brownie mix (i used a 10.25 oz pouch of betty crocker)
1 can(s)
chocolate fudge cake icing
1 c
water (may need a little more) i used 1/4 cup more than the cake mix called for
1 c
another jap member says she has betty crocker gluten free mixes, cake mix is 15 oz and brownie mix is 16oz. may need to adjust water and oil

Directions Step-By-Step

preheat oven to 350. Grease and lightly flour bundt pan.
In a larger bowl mix, cake mix, brownie mix, oil eggs and water. Pour into bundt pan and bake 50-55 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean
Let cake cool, transfer to serving plate. In a small bowl, add 1/2 tub of ready to use cake icing, melt in microwave 30-45 seconds until it is able to be drizzled over cake
***COOK'S NOTE*** Do not use the ingredients on the brownie mix and cake mix, just what is listed above, the brownie mix can be a slightly bigger size but I wouldn't go more to much more, that is why I said you may have to use a little more water, depending on what brand of cake & brownie mix you use

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cakes
Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: American

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Bedelia Urbaniak YaYa4
13 Hours Ago
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Susan Bartley skbartley
13 Hours Ago
Thank you blondienough well put. As to the basher I teach cooking. My adult students like recipes that use mixes in them. Most work full time and want to make something quick and easy yet tasty. I tell them to view a mix as an ingredient and then this get interesting. Many times they have a mix or 2 in the house and would like to do something different with it. I've put together several recipes using mixes for that very reason. After all a mix is just flour, sugar, flavoring and a few other ingredients it's ultimately what you turn it into. Don't knock something till you've tried it!
Blondie Pussycat blondie8080
21 Hours Ago
Shirley~I really dislike a member that gives a back-handed complement to another member. So since I'm not familiar with your name. I looked to see what your recipes are like.
GUESS WHAT? Members check it out for yourself. Has been a member for 1 year. Has not posted even one recipe. REALLY?
Yet another troll on JAP. Keep your nasty remarks to yourself. If you don't like a recipe , just move on to the next one. There are 100s of thousands recipes on this site. Better yet, just move on to another cooking site, please. Don't let the escape button hit you in the bum.
Shirley Gates Shirley_Gates
Friday at 7:17 AM
Not really a recipe when you use 'mixes' is it. I was hoping for a real recipe :( Gave it three stars 'cause it looks SO yummy!! :)
Beverly Panas BevPBchocolate
Thursday at 8:29 PM
Did you leave it in the pan until it was completely cool? Quick I'm making it in the morning! Lol! Also did you ever make it in a 9x13? Thanks