Friday, August 26, 2011

Triple Chocolate Bundt Cake

For My Boys!  After their first week of being Outstanding at school!  They deserve nothing less than a Triple Chocolate Bundt Cake!  


I am so very proud of all three of them.  My oldest and young ones have adjusted with such ease.  Especially the twins.   They have never been away from me and did wonderfully this week!  They are in separate classes and Love It!  They got to tell each other about the new friends they have made.  They talk about the  projects they were working on and completed.  They have so much fun discussing what they did.....I am glad the school decided to separate them.  Frankly, I was thinking about keeping them together.  


My oldest learned a new game in spelling.  Reunited with old friends and made new ones.  Is very at ease in the class assignments...thus far. :D


Yes...They so deserve this cake.  I just cut it a bit ago and they have eaten a third of it already!  Makes Mama smile!  :D :D :D  <3 and Hugs!

This is your slice!  <3 and Hugs!

Triple Chocolate Bundt Cake

1 Dark Chocolate Cake Mix
1 small box of Chocolate Pudding Mix...I used Sugar Free, hey..I'm trying here. :D
1 bag of Semi Sweet Chocolate Chip
4 Eggs
1/2 cup Sour Cream
1 1/2 cups Buttermilk
1/2 cup Oil

Grease bundt pan.  Preheat oven to 350. 

Mix oil, eggs, buttermilk and sour cream.  
Add cake and pudding mixes and mix until just blended.  
Fold in chocolate chip morsels
Put cake mix in bundt pan and bake for 1 hour.  
My oven is different than yours so check early to see if it is done by inserting a bamboo stick or thin knife like a fillet knife.  

Let cool on rack for 30 minutes and then flip out of bundt pan.  I know y'all can't wait for it to cool completely so go ahead and eat it.  It doesn't need icing..or rather frosting.  But you could do a dollop of whipped cream or sprinkle powdered sugar on it.  That is.....if you have to!  :D  <3 and Hugs!







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8 comments:

  1. I use a similar recipe also, it has become a family favorite. Around the holidays I make up a nice thick cranberry sauce (boil cranberries using 1/2 the sugar & water on recipe) to go inside this. Layer 1/2 the cake mix, cranberry sauce, other 1/2 cake mix & bake as directed... OMG, it's amazing!

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  2. Oh my!!! My little guy would love this---especially since I don't let him have chocolate very often! Thanks for sharing on Church Supper :)

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  3. Bethany...That sounds amazing! I never thought about doing that. Perhaps with cherry filling too?! Thanks for sharing! <3 and Hugs!

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  4. Krista...I hope your son enjoys this cake. My boys, with the help of their Daddy, ate half of it when it came out of the oven! lol

    Thanks for the opportunity to join you Church Supper! <3 and Hugs!

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  5. This looks like a cake to satisfy even the most die-hard chocoholic (me!) I love Bethany's idea too, with the cranberry sauce. But first I'll try it as it. Looks really rich and moist! Fun to visit you from the Jam Hands Monday blog hop!
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  6. Thank you so much Michael Ann! I hope you enjoy it! It is very moist and rich..just as you said. You don't need to do another thing to it. Just eat it as it is. I'll stop by and see you! <3 and Hugs!

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  7. LUCKY LUCKY BOYS-THIS LOOKS AMAZING-GLAD SCHOOL IS OFF TO A GREAT START! I GO BACK TO TEACHING NEXT WEEK! THANKS FOR LINKING UP AT WONKA WEDNESDAY!!! XO

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  8. Thank You Danielle! Have fun at school!
    <3 and Hugs!

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