Brenda-Lee Barajas Recipe

Quick & Easy Black Forest Cake

By Brenda-Lee Barajas Moxie50


This cake is to die for. I have four Boys. They all come running and grandkids when I make this easy cake.I just love semi- home cooking.. Soooooo good...


Recipe Rating:
 2 Ratings
Serves:
12
Prep Time:
Cook Time:

Ingredients

1 box
standard - size box devil;s food cake mix
3/4 c
sour cream
2
eggs
1/2 tsp
vannilla extact
1 can(s)
20 oz. cherry pie filling
1
can coc. frosting ( your liking)
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Directions Step-By-Step

1
grease and flour 9x13 pan or bundt pan.Heat oven 350 degrees.
2
Beat dry cake mix , sour cream, eggs, and vannilla ext. with beater.
3
Then stir pie filling with hand.,, NOT BEATER !!!
4
Poor in pan -bake 45 to 50 min....when cool frost.. add nuts on top if you want.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cakes, Chocolate
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids
  • Comments

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    Toula Alvarez vito - Apr 25, 2011
    Sounds good have to make this for my sister she is 8 month pregnant and all she wants is black forest cake. Thanks for sharing.
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    Debi Hisel DebiK - Apr 26, 2011
    This cake looks so yummy Brenda-Lee! And easy! I love semi-homemade too! This is a save for me! Lol Toula! It's so funny what we crave when we are pregnant! When I was pregnant with my first I craved cherry limeades. My husband worked evenings a lot, so my brother-in-law would either come over to our house or pick me up to watch the little league games he coached. It was soooo hot that summer, and he would bring me a cherry limeade almost every time he came over...the doctor let me know right away that had to stop...but oh they have never tasted as good!
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    Carol Errington CookinGrammac - Apr 30, 2011
    I will be making this today! sounds scrumptious & quick & easy. Will also post a recipe I have from a Pillsbury Bake-Off recipe book (the late 1970's) for Chocolate Cherry Bars..baked in a jelly roll/sheet pan & frosted while still warm with a decadent chocolate (cooked) frosting. This has been on mt favorites list for the past 30+ yrs.
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    Peggy Boss Davidsmom - May 18, 2011
    k i made this and oh my! yumm..i added a few things ...i used 8oz sour cream,and added almost a 1/2 cup marichino cherry juice to the batter..
    for the icing i used a can of milk chocolate icing. then i cut up 8 marichino cherries n put them in the canned frosting.then to that, i added aprox.14 cup marichino juice..stirred well..i iced the cooled (i used a bundt pan)and put into the freezer for aprox 10 mins.then served ..i had 2 grown men fighting over it lol