6 Reviews

Boy, talk about a chocolate cake! YUMMY! Only change I made to the recipe was substitute a little Kahlua for a portion of the cream . . . Used Guiness beer! Made for ZWT#6

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Galley Wench May 24, 2010

Excellent cake. Very moist, dense, rich and intensely chocolate. Best made a day or two ahead of serving. I added 1/2 tbsp. of instant espresso to the batter, and subbed 1/4 cup of Kahlua for some of the heavy cream in the glaze. Used a rose shaped bundt pan and it didn't take all the batter. There was about a cup of batter left over, which was enough for a mini bundt cake. Didn't use all the glaze. Delicious with a dollop of whipped cream on the side.

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sadielady March 27, 2010

Very chocolatey and delicious cake! I made it exactly as posted, but didn't use all the glaze. I used Warsteiner beer. Everyone here loved it!

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breezermom May 23, 2010

I used a Belgian stout, and a bit of orange rind. I skipped the glaze and served this with mixed fresh berries and cream. An excellent dessert, VERY well received by all. Thanks, Susie!

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Chef Kate May 30, 2008

This is TOOOOOOOO GOOOOOOD!!! It is now a firm fav in the Miller household. Perfect for dessert with strawb and a dash of cream. Surprisingly there was a bit left the next day for recess! I love the way the texture changes as it cools. A little warm its still soft and fluffy, but when truly cold it is qiute dense and 'mud-cake like' Love it.I also added the grated rind of 1 orange YUMMO!

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mum25 August 08, 2005

A chocolate lovers delight! Meets the I need chocolate craving and impresses others.

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angelakharrison December 20, 2003
Chocolate Stout Cake