I sifted all of my dry ingredients and added 1 extra egg yolk for fat and substituted vegetable oil for olive oil. These were better than the last recipe I tried, but next time I want to use buttermilk instead.
Read my disclosure policy. Real Housemoms TV This calls for a celebration! In our house that means chocolate cake, but not just any chocolate cake, it must be this deliciously Moist Chocolate Layer Cake!
At Flavor Mosaic we also have another reason to celebrate. It is still one of my favorite party dips, taking only 5 minutes at the most to make and has unbelievably fantastic flavor. We had a variety of answers but most often it was cake, and mostly chocolate cake.
So I know I am not alone in my love of chocolate cake. Flavor Mosaic tells me it is not dessert unless it is chocolate. It is moist, rich, and chocolatey, with a sweet, creamy frosting, and is super easy to make.
The hardest part is waiting for it to cool before frosting and eating it. One thing I do to increase the richness of the chocolate flavor is use instant coffee mixed with boiling water to enhance the chocolate flavor. It makes for a very rich chocolate flavor. I am not even a coffee drinker but love the depth the coffee gives the chocolate flavor.
What will you celebrate with this deliciously rich Moist Chocolate Layer Cake?This double chocolate cake with buttercream frosting was what I made myself on my birthday.
So chocolatey, so rich, so perfect. Happy Birthday to me!/5(7). This recipe came from Gourmet magazine, and was posted in reply to a message board request.
Callebaut semisweet chocolate for the cake and Guittard French-vanilla chocolate for the frosting, but any fine-quality semisweet chocolate will produce a wonderful result in either. Use 2 inch x 2-inch round cake pans.
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Make cake layers Preheat oven to °F and grease 2 x 10 inch round cake pans (2 inches deep).
This Moist Chocolate Layer Cake is a family tradition for a reason. It is moist, rich, and chocolatey, with a sweet, creamy frosting, and is super easy to make.
This recipe was adapted from the Extreme Chocolate Cake recipe on AllRecipes. Preheat oven to °. Butter a 13xinch half-sheet pan, then line the pan with wax paper or parchment and butter the paper.
Mix the chocolate cake batter according to the package directions. The recipe below is for 2 inch layers filled and coated in chocolate ganache. My adaptations were to split the layers to create a four-layer cake and use raspberry filling instead of chocolate.
To do the same, use half the frosting and all of the raspberry filling, recipe at the end.