There is an ancient saying by chocoholics that, “When life gives you chocolate cake, you make too much.”
Only true chocolate lovers would understand that.
Too much chocolate cake doesn’t necessarily correlate with eating an impressive amount of food but rather, too much happiness caused by this super tasty piece of cake.
Today, I’ll let you in my little secret on how to make too much chocolate cake recipe. And the balance of chocolate and vanilla is just right, and the icing is out of this world.
I can’t wait to share with you this glorious treat!
What Is Chocolate Cake?
Chocolate cake is a type of cake made with cocoa powder, butter, and flour. The chocolate cake is usually served with icing or frosting on top.
It is a dessert that gets a lot of attention, and many crumble on its feet.
A chocolate cake recipe includes flour, eggs, oil, baking powder and salt. It also includes sweetened condensed milk, cocoa powder and vanilla extract.
The primary ingredients for baking a chocolate cake are flour, eggs, oil and baking powder. The other elements merely add flavor or texture to the finished product.
That said, some variations on this basic formula can make your cake even more flavorful or exciting.
For example, you can add different chocolate chips to your batter to create a chocolate chip cookie dough cake.
You can use yogurt instead of condensed milk as part of your batter or add some fresh fruit, like blueberries or banana slices, if desired!
How To Make Too Much Chocolate Cake Recipe
What You Need (Ingredients And Measurement)
- 1 (18.25 ounce) package devil’s food cake mix
- 1 (5.9 ounces) package of instant chocolate pudding mix
- 1 cup sour cream
- 1 cup vegetable oil
- ½ cup warm water
- 4 eggs
- 2 cups semisweet chocolate chips
The Step-by-Step Guide To Too Much Chocolate Cake Recipe
Step 1: Get Everything Ready
The first things first are to get all these ingredients handy. Then, preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) and prepare a 12-cup Bundt pan by greasing it with butter or cooking spray.
Step 2: Mix All Mixable
Get a large clean bowl. Pour the pudding mix, cake mix, eggs, sour cream, oil, and water in it and mix until they’re well-blended. Throw some chocolate chips and pour the batter into the prepared bundt pan.
Step 3: Baking Time
Start baking in the preheated oven for about 50 to 55 minutes. You should get a springy top to touch.
Step 4: Let It Cool off
Let the cake cool off thoroughly in the pan for an hour and a half before inverting it onto a plate.
Which Type Of Chocolate Cake Is Best?
There are so many different types of chocolate cakes that it can be hard to figure out which one is best for your needs.
But here are the must-haves for any chocolate lover:
- Chocolate Truffle Cake
- Sour Cream Chocolate Cake
- Chocolate Lava Cake
- Chocolate Oreo Cake
- Ferrero Rocher Chocolate Cake
- Belgian Chocolate Cake
- Chocolate Fudge Cake
What Is So Special About Chocolate Cake?
Cocoa is the answer to that! And this ingredient helps releases doses of endorphins (or the “feel good” chemical to the brain. The main ingredient of the chocolate in this cake is cocoa, which helps our brain release endorphins or the “feel good” chemical.
This is why our moods lighten up whenever we eat this cake, making it one of the most popular cakes in the world. It’s also one of the most loved desserts and a favorite for many people.
Chocolate cake is delicious, moist, rich and full of flavor. It’s great for birthday parties, weddings, anniversaries, or just because!
What Type Of Cake Tastes The Best?
When it comes to cake, choices of taste are limitless. Some people like their cakes plain vanilla, while others prefer theirs with chocolate frosting. But which kind tastes the best?
As it turns out, there’s no real consensus on this topic, and every person has their own opinion on which type of cake tastes the best.
But after conducting mountains of research, we finally came up with a list of the most popular cake flavors. And they are:
- Chocolate Cake
- Red Velvet Cake
- White Cake / Vanilla
- Ice Cream Cake
- Sponge Cake
- Devil’s Food Cake
- Pumpkin Spice Cake
What Makes A Cake Moist And Fluffy?
First, we have to understand what Moistness and fluffiness are. Moistness is determined by how much moisture a cake contains. The more moisture a cake has, the airier it will be. A moist cake should have no dry spots or cracks on the surface.
A fluffy cake will have light sponginess when sliced open, while an airy one will not have any give or rise when cut open (unless it’s been frosted).
And these can be achieved by mixing room temperature batter carefully and slowly adding water until it reaches the correct consistency. YES! During the creaming process, butter traps air; when baked, this trapped air expands and produces a fluffy cake.
How to Make Too Much Chocolate Cake Recipe
Here’s how to make the too much Chocolate Cake recipe in less than 30 minutes.
1 (18.25 ounce) package devil’s food cake mix
1 (5.9 ounces) package of instant chocolate pudding mix
1 cup sour cream
1 cup vegetable oil
½ cup warm water
2 cups semisweet chocolate chips
- The first things first are to get all these ingredients handy. Then, preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) and prepare a 12-cup Bundt pan by greasing it with butter or cooking spray.
- Get a large clean bowl. Pour the pudding mix, cake mix, eggs, sour cream, oil, and water in it and mix until they’re well-blended. Throw some chocolate chips and pour the batter into the prepared bundt pan.
- Start baking in the preheated oven for about 50 to 55 minutes. You should get a springy top to touch.
- Let the cake cool off thoroughly in the pan for an hour and a half before inverting it onto a plate.
There is no perfect chocolate cake, so we think it’s best to figure out what recipe appeals to you and then make tweaks.
Whether you’re gluten-free or not, how you like your frosting and decorating style, and the type of chocolate you prefer will all impact the best choice for your cake (and if you add coffee flavorings, that might play a role as well).
So try out a few recipes, keep track of what you like, and start tinkering from there.
But once you perfect your recipe, I strongly suggest serving it up with a big scoop of ice cream and a tall mug of cold milk. You can thank me later!