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German Chocolate Bundt Cake

I cannot take any credit for this beauty!! My sweet sister called me up the other day all excited. Immediately after answering the phone she said, "I made something so delicious, you  have to put it on your blog!!" She is a great cook and has a special talent for making desserts. (Check out her Ice Cream Cupcakes here.)  Even though I have not personally tried this recipe yes I believe that it is a keeper!!  With hubby's love of German Chocolate cake I will be making it myself soon!!


German Chocolate Bundt Cake
1 German Chocolate cake mix
1 cup of water
1/2 cup vegetable oil
3 eggs
container of German Chocolate frosting
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease bundt pan.
Mix together cake mix, oil, water and eggs.  When batter is formed stir in the container of german chocolate frosting.
Pour in bundt cake pan and bake at 350 for 45 min. Remove from oven and let cool for 20 min. Dust with powder sugar and sprinkle with  melted chocolate chips.

Comments

  1. This looks Heavenly!German chocolate is my favorite! Thanks for another great recipe!

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  2. It sure looks good, love German Chocolate Cake!

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  3. Oh wow I agree that is a beauty she did a great job and what a great recipe :)

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  4. OMG! I have to try this! Thank you for posting!
    Have a great week!

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  5. My favorite thing in the world is devil's food Bundt cake with chocolate frosting but I adore German chocolate. Definitely going to give this a try. Tell your sister thanks!!!

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  6. This is gorgeous. What brand of mixes did your sister use?

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  7. This definitely looks like it deserves a re-posting and I am SO glad you did becuase I may not have seen it otherwise!

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  8. Tiffanee I featured this today on my page - I made it for my Dad and everyone who tried it loooovvvved it. Thank your sister :)
    mickey

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