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German Chocolate Cake


This show halting German chocolate cake has a gooey coconut and toasted walnut filling, a dull and super-soggy chocolate cake, and delectably rich chocolate buttercream on top! Prepare to enjoy the best chocolate cake on earth.

German chocolate cake, generally made with sweet preparing chocolate, is known to be proudly debauched and liberal. It’s really sweet without help from anyone else, yet when matched with coconut walnut filling AND chocolate icing, it makes my teeth hurt. Furthermore, that says a ton considering I have a significant piece of sweet teeth!!

I tried this formula over, and over, and over again until it was awesome! The cake just MELTS in your mouth and that icing is paradise on earth!

To Make this Recipe You’Il Need the following ingredients:



1 Box German Chocolate cake mix

1 3oz box instant vanilla pudding

3 large eggs

1/3-1/2cup oil (depending on cake mix brand)

1 1/4 cup water (depending on cake mix brand)

1 8 oz cream cheese – soft

1 scant cup granulated sugar

1 12oz frozen whipped topping (I couldn’t find 12oz and used 9oz)

1 scant cup confectioners sugar

1 cup chopped pecans (or nuts of choice)

1 Giant Hershey bar – grated (not regular size)


How to make :

Combine cake mix, vanilla pudding, eggs, and oil & water according to cake mix package instructions.

Beat until smooth and pour into two 8″ pans – greased & floured or sprayed with something like Bakers Joy (I spray them). Bake at 350 for 35 minutes.

Remove and cool layers.

With a STAND ALONE MIXER (important! unless you have a REALLY strong arm!) beat cream cheese and granulated sugar for 20 minutes.

Add in confectioners sugar and beat just until smooth.

Fold in whipped topping, chopped pecans, and grated Hershey bar.


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