9 Drool-Worthy German Chocolate Recipes


Chocolate + coconut + pecan = ultimate dessert! What’s not to love?

Click Here for Recipe: German Chocolate Cake Balls “I've had cake balls...

Click Here for Recipe: German Chocolate Cake Balls

“I've had cake balls before, but never with a German chocolate cake. I loved it! The coconut pecan frosting mixed with the cake makes for a really moist and rich cake ball. The white chocolate coating on the outside makes this stand out. The white chocolate/chocolate flavor combination is a great change from the traditional chocolate coating.” - Debbie

Click Here for Recipe: Coconut-Pecan Icing And German Chocolate Cake “This is...

Click Here for Recipe: Coconut-Pecan Icing And German Chocolate Cake

“This is seriously a glorious cake. Thanks for sharing!” - Lin

Click Here for Recipe: German Chocolate Sheet Cake (from the 1950's) “This...

Click Here for Recipe: German Chocolate Sheet Cake (from the 1950's)

“This recipe came from the 1950's and the cake is very moist, rich and delicious! It takes a little time, but it is so worth it and so much better than any mix, even better than any bakery cake that I've ever tasted.” - Elaine55

Click Here for Recipe: Jumbo German Chocolate Cupcakes “These are moist and...

Click Here for Recipe: Jumbo German Chocolate Cupcakes

“These are moist and wonderful and easy to make!” - mawmawnah

Click Here for Recipe: German Chocolate Chip Muffins “This recipe has three...

Click Here for Recipe: German Chocolate Chip Muffins

“This recipe has three – yes 3! – ingredients. That is it! And it bakes up beautifully and looks darn pretty – if I say so myself! Just by keeping some muffin mix packets in your pantry and some store bought cake frosting, you have a sweet treat that looks like it took you all day to make.” - Corey

Click Here for Recipe: Light German Chocolate Cake “This German chocolate cake...

Click Here for Recipe: Light German Chocolate Cake

“This German chocolate cake recipe is very moist and dense. Since there is no leavening agent, the cake does not rise. But what you get is one very chocolaty cake. The frosting tastes just like a traditional German chocolate cake frosting. So good!” - Janet

Click Here for Recipe: German Chocolate Pie “I absolutely love this chocolate,...

Click Here for Recipe: German Chocolate Pie

“I absolutely love this chocolate, coconut, pecan filled pie. I’ve had it on my ‘to do’ list for some time and just got around to preparing and photographing it for my blog. If you love German chocolate cake, this pie is definitely for you.” - MSSK

Click Here for Recipe: German Chocolate Chip Bars “Wow, all I can...

Click Here for Recipe: German Chocolate Chip Bars

“Wow, all I can say. Simple, fast and absolutely DELICIOUS!! I love the cake base too! Thank you for sharing!” - blueyedmexicana

Click Here for Recipe: Daddy's Birthday Cake - German Chocolate Cake “Made...

Click Here for Recipe: Daddy's Birthday Cake - German Chocolate Cake

“Made this recipe for Fathers day desert. It was delicious!! Didn't decorate it the same but followed everything else to the letter. So so Good!! Will make again on special occasions as it is time consuming and not one you can do if you're in a hurry.” - Melva_Sevier




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Krestie
Sherry L - Jun 11, 2018
Oh my! Ladies...read the answers in the comments. The recipes are there. Don't give this blog owner such a hard time, just take a breath, read the directions in the comments and enjoy these recipes.

No, I don't know the blog owner, I just enjoy her sharing recipes.
TerianneCherie
Terianne Lopez - Jun 11, 2018
Ladies it’s very simple...you either simply ‘click’ on the picture (with a mouse, if you’re using a computer). Or, ‘touch’ the picture on the screen, if you’re using a smartphone or tablet, of the dish that you wish to get the recipe for.

Another option, is that you can click on the verbiage (words) that are highlighted in blue. The different colored words are called a ‘hyperlink’. Meaning that once touched, it will take you to the recipe.

By the way, this doesn’t just apply to this website, but any website. You might be on the Internet & see a header for an article you wish to read. But don’t see a button to push to go to that article. But what you will see, are words printed in a different color that you can simply click on with a mouse, or touch with a smart phone or tablet. Once activated, the hyperlink will direct you to the article, or recipe or whatever else you are trying to access. I hope this helps!

Technology can be great, unless you don’t know how it’s used. Then it’s just frustrating!
Culinarycalamity
Savannah Hill - Jun 12, 2017
No recipe! Really annoying! Get with the program!
Susan_Cabe
Susan Cabe - Jun 12, 2017
The arrows are on the left and right borders, to get the recipe just click on the picture of the recipe you want.
cyrene
Linda Kauppinen - Jun 11, 2017
Ladies I figured it out.. go to the picture and hit the arrow next to the photo
shirleyjean
Shirley Miller - Jun 11, 2017
absolutely love it
can't find one no where.
tdsm
Toby Morris - Jun 11, 2017
Doncha love a website where you have to search for the recipe? NOT!!!
shirleyjean
Shirley Miller - Jun 11, 2017
wish I could get a recipe.
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