Chocolate Cakes

Hosted by M G
Group active since Sun, Jun 26, 2011

Have you noticed how many chocolate cake recipes you have? how many are on this site? I realized I have too many chocolate cake recipes.I need a place to keep them and though creating a group just for chocolate cake recipes would be good. Please post your chocolate cakes recipes here and we'll see how many there are.

Straws Kitchen
Feb 10, 2012


Types of Chocolate

Unsweetened Chocolate
Don’t look to satisfy your sweet tooth with this type. It’s pure chocolate liquor from ground chocolate beans, and it has a bitter taste. However, it is used as a base for a variety of baked goods because sugar is usually added. Test the theory by trying our recipe for Chocolate Fudge.

Milk Chocolate
Created by adding milk powder, this type is probably the most popular for its extra sweet taste. Join the trend by trying our recipes for Milk Chocolate Malt Brownies or Chocolate Cream Pie.

Dark Chocolate
This type is not as sweet as its counterparts and does not include milk as an additive. Semi-sweet chocolate is a form of dark chocolate with lower sugar content, but it has slightly more sugar than bittersweet chocolate, which is Europe’s version of dark chocolate. Go dark with our recipe for Dark Chocolate Raspberry Fondue or Noir Bars.

White Chocolate
Removing cocoa liquor from milk chocolate will give you white chocolate, which has a rich, dairy taste. Get creative with our recipes for White Chocolate Lime Bars or White Chocolate Cheesecake.

Make It a Chocolate Tasting Party
Consult Hosting a Chocolate Tasting for all you need know to entertain with this easiest of parties! What a sweet indulgence.

Chocolate Tips

Storing Chocolate
Chocolate should be stored in a dry, cool place that is between 60°F and 78°F. If the temperature is higher or if humidity is above 50%, trying wrapping it in a moisture-proof wrap. It can be stored in a fridge, but let it stand at room temperature before serving.

Melting Chocolate
Because it can burn easily, chocolate should be melted slowly. For microwaving, chop it up into small pieces (it will melt easier this way) and put it in a microwave-safe container or heat on medium power for a minute at a time, stirring in between until the chocolate is completely melted. Make sure no water comes into contact with it because it will clump or seize.

Nov 11, 2011


I'd like to say Hi and Thank You to all the members of the group,there are some amazing chocolate cake recipes here!

Gail New
Oct 30, 2011

Our New Pen Pal Group

I would like to welcome everyone who has just joined and are new subscribers and members.

I would like to invite you to our new group called

Cooking Penpals

I hope you will come join us and make alot of new friends and share recipes with us.

Sep 9, 2011

Martha says Hello!

Martha is taking a break from the computer for awhile,she asked me to check on her groups. Says to Thank everyone for contributing to the groups she started and hopes we continue to build on them.
I just posted a candy bar chocolate cake that's very tasty.