THE MOISTEST CAKE EVER
By JANE LOUISE lovinspoonful
I cater alot...mostly for fundraisers, pigroasts and parties. I have come up with a great way to make ANY cake moist. This is foolproof! Promise! Cake can be a boring dessert and I needed to find a way to turn it up a notch to serve to the public.
Cindy Mudd cmudd - Feb 27, 2010
Back in the dark ages, I found a basic way to make a regular cake way too rich: 1 box regular moist mix-as in super moist dark chocolate cake mix.
8 oz sour cream
1 small box instant pudding-this one dark choc.
1 cup coffee liquor
one 12 oz of candy bits-this one choc chips
no iceing for this- unless you want to drizzle choc syrup. If i use this
for a lemon cake, I drizzle lemon
marmalade or orange maralade.
Bake at 350 for one hour-I use a tube pan. It may still shake and have
a pudding-like center. Depends what you like.
JANE LOUISE lovinspoonful - Feb 28, 2010
Now Cindy, let me ask you this, do I eat it with a fork or slurp it with a spoon? HAHA It all sounds so good and I don't see how it all stays together but it's worth a try. I think I'd try it on a chocolate cake. That way if it did stay kinda soft in the middle it would be like a pudding cake I'd think. Thanks and nice to meet you.
charlene burnett biggranny - Mar 3, 2010
tried this cake in the lemon, my family only left me one slice. it was great. they are all ready asking me when i am going to make it again. thank you for the recipe.
JANE LOUISE lovinspoonful - Mar 4, 2010
Oh, I am so glad they liked it!
Lana St Clair misslana - Mar 4, 2010
I have made 2 of these cakes so far. First one with chocolate and chocolate pudding. It was the best cake I have ever eaten. I used cream cheese icing. The second one I used yellow cake, vanilla pudding and cool whip icing. I haven't been adventurous yet but as soon as I go to the gracery I'm going to get crazy with it. lol Everyone loves this cake.