inside-out german chocolate bundt cake

★★★★★ 15 Reviews
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By Mary R Morris
from Western Grove, AR

My friend Frances e-mailed this to me a while back and I just put it in my emergency file for when I need something simple and quick. Yesterday was the day. I was one cake short and was to tired to go into a big production for a cake so I made this. I did not even put icing on it, just a chocolate drizzle. Everyone that tasted it raved about it. I tasted it and it was delicious. Very, very moist and tasted richer than any German Chocolate cake I had ever made. No one knew it had a box mix as a base.

Blue Ribbon Recipe

Member's Choice One bite and we saw why this German chocolate cake was voted Member's Choice. It's a decadent, moist, and mouthwatering cake. Tastes like a German chocolate cake but without the fuss. Baked in a pretty Bundt pan, company will love this cake and think you slaved over this in the kitchen. They'll never guess it starts with a boxed cake mix and canned frosting.

— The Test Kitchen @kitchencrew
serves 10-12
prep time 5 Min
cook time 40 Min
method Bake

Ingredients For inside-out german chocolate bundt cake

  • 1 box
    German chocolate cake mix (I used Duncan Hines because it is what I had; 15.25 oz)
  • 4 lg
    eggs
  • 1 c
    water
  • 1 c
    oil (corn or canola)
  • 1
    tub of pecan/coconut frosting, room temp (15.5 oz)
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How To Make inside-out german chocolate bundt cake

  • 1
    Mix eggs, water, and oil until blended.
  • 2
    Add dry cake mix. Mix until smooth.
  • 3
    Add tub of pecan/coconut frosting. Mix well.
  • 4
    Pour into a greased and floured Bundt pan (I use Baker Joy to spray pan).
  • 5
    Bake at 350 degrees for 40 to 50 minutes. WATCH CLOSELY. My oven took 45 minutes.
  • 6
    I did not frost it because the recipe I had said it did not need it. I just drizzled it with a powdered sugar chocolate drizzle. I was surprised at how great it was.
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