JoSele's StoryThis recipe has always been a family favorite. This was my Grandmothers recipe. I remember when I was little and going to spend time with her she was the most fantastic cook. She always made my favorites when i would go and visit. No wonder my mom is such a great cook. She made everything from scratch. I hope you enjoy it too........
miracle whip salad dressing
cocoa powder (level)
baking soda (level)
1Preheat Oven @ 350* - Lightly Grease and Flour a 9 inch cake pan, set aside.
2Place (1 C) Miracle Whip Salad Dressing, (1 rounded C) Sugar in batter bowl and Mix Well
3In separate bowl add (1/2 C) Cold Water, (4 Level Tbsp) Cocoa Powder, (2 Level tsp) Baking Soda. Mix well and add to first mixture.
4(1/2 C) Warm Water, (1 tsp) Vanilla, Mix well and add alternately with (2 C) Plain Flour, with other Mixtures till well combined. Bake for 45 minutes till you insert knife and it comes out clean. Great with Chocolate / Peanut Butter Icing. Very Moist.
JoSele Swopes JODIE57 - Aug 3, 2010
When you Death by Chocolate you are talking about this cake. It is to die for, we always made a Chocolate/Peanut Butter Icing for this cake. It melts in your mouth...........I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we have over the years and still do. Miracle Whip Cake
Connie Hutchinson pinkhoneycone - Aug 4, 2010
How do u make the choc. pb iceing?
Doris W mowmacookin - Aug 4, 2010
I remember eating this cake as a child. It was awesome! I certainly will try it and see if it's as I remember.
mary kay kauffman marykay - Aug 5, 2010
You can omit the cocoa and add spices to make a great spice cake also.