A very light, high cake with the flavors of ginger and a bit of chocolate. The optional glaze adds more chocolate flavor if desired.
A one-layer chocolate cake spiced with cinnamon and topped in cooked chocolate frosting.
Information on the red velvet cake, also known as the "Waldorf Astoria Cake". Includes several recipes.
For Passover or those on wheat-free diets.
Recipe with a bonus cookie recipe.
Layers of dark chocolate cake with dark chocolate frosting; the outside of the frosted cake is covered with more cake that has been crumbled.
Flavored with instant coffee and cinnamon.
Calls for cappuccino, kahlua, and chocolate.
Made with a chocolate cake mix, kirsch and cherry pie filling. Topped with whipped cream and garnished with chocolate curls and maraschino cherries.
Light but chocolatey, this is a tall cake with no leavening other than the air that is beaten into egg whites.
Dense and chocolatey, with a hint of spice and the crunch of nuts.
Made with dried figs cooked in rum.
Cake is cut in half the long way, then each half is split horizontally. The four layers are sprinkled with a bit of black raspberry liqueur, then sandwiched and frosted with white chocolate whipped cream.
Made with buttermilk and includes a recipe for chocolate mocha frosting.
Cake is made with canned chocolate syrup, icing with semi sweet chocolate chips.
Made with a German chocolate cake mix, sweetened condensed milk, caramel ice cream topping, Heath bars, and cool whip.
Cake and frosting made with mint chocolate chips.
Recipe and a picture of the finished product.
Fine-grained fudgy cake, calls for ruby port.
Intensely chocolate. Serve with lightly sweetened whipped cream, liqueur whipped cream, or a créme anglaise.
Includes cinnamon, nutmeg, nuts, and buttermilk.
A fine-grained but dense pound cake. Uses orange liqueur, but other flavors can be substituted.
Light-textured chocolate cake with a bit of rum flavor.
Recipe from Lantern Inn Bed and Breakfast, Betterton, Maryland.
Made with chocolate cocoa, sugar, shortening, and eggs. Includes a white and a chocolate fudge frosting recipe.
Includes brown sugar, unsweetened cocoa powder, Dr Pepper, chocolate chips, and buttermilk.
Rich chocolate rum cake frosted with bittersweet chocolate glaze and topped with chantilly cream.
Old New England recipe; similar cakes were being made in the 1800's.
Made with sour cream, instant banana cream pudding mix, devil's food cake mix, pecans, chocolate chips, and cinnamon-flavored chips.
An easy, one-bowl cake spread in a pan with a thin, boiling mixture of sugar, cocoa, coffee, and water poured on top.
Six different recipes for the cake.
Easy to make, rich, dark chocolate single layer cake.
Garnish with powdered sugar and whipped cream.
Recipe from The Sampson Eagon Inn Bed and Breakfast, Staunton, Virginia.
Made with cocoa powder and coffee.
The potatoes add body and help to keep the cake moist without adding any flavor of their own.
Made with cocoa, coffee and a little bourbon.
Very dense, very moist, and very chocolate cake.
Cake with a truffle center.
Made with a chocolate cake mix and a marshmallow-coconut filling.
Calls for a Jamaican spice mix made with thyme, curry powder, cumin, allspice, ginger, salt, black pepper, paprika, and cayenne.
Large index of chocolate cakes.
Classic red velvet cake with thick frosting recipe. Also includes information on how the cake relates to a very old cookie myth.
Contains butterscotch pudding, chocolate cake mix, chocolate and butterscotch chips, and marshmallows.
Made with chocolate spongecake, sandwiched with vanilla pastry cream, and doused with hazelnut liqueur.
Layer cake covered with a smooth, not-too-sweet chocolate frosting, then dressed up with the addition of toasted, slivered almonds all over the exterior.
A chocolate cake frosted with a chocolate buttercream, then finished with a dark chocolate glaze.
Made with a German chocolate cake mix and sweetened condensed milk.
Sometimes called "Crazy Cake" or "Three Holes" cake, it is traditionally mixed in the baking pan, this recipe calls for mixing in a bowl.
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