A delicious chocolaty cake that's simple to make and incredibly moist. This recipe makes a two layer chocolate cake. Fill and top with your favourite chocolate icing.
this has become my family's favorite! I have baked a couple for other people and everybody goes nuts for it!!!! I gently melt chocolate spread for the middle and top and serve with cream x - 24 May 2013
Beautiful. Nothing at all to criticize on this one! Given that the batter looked a little questionable, almost curdled rather than velvety smooth, I had my doubts. I cut into the cupcakes I made from this batter with trepidation! But no worries, this cake is GOOD! Light, fluffy and soft, VERY moist and kind of a milk-chocolate color, it was a nice change from heavier, denser, darker chocolate cakes. Didn't change a thing and wouldn't in the future either. I frosted it with "Peanut Butter Frosting," also from this site and it was a beautiful combination, both in color and in taste. - 20 Jan 2010 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I followed the recipe exact. I have to admit that I was quite worried that the cake was not going to be good because the batter looked........off. It was extremely thin, the color was odd and it just seemed as if I'd missed a step as I'd made the cake batter. As I pulled it out of the oven, it looked perfect! I frosted this cake with my own recipe for Chocolate Buttermilk Buttercream. I did not try this cake myself but my husband and kids raved about it all night last night. Just goes to show you, you never know how a recipe will turn out! - 18 Jun 2012 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)