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Moist and rich, this cake delivers! I coated my pan with cocoa powder (to avoid the 'flour' on the dark cake) and I shook about a tsp. of cocoa in with the chocolate chips, to coat them (also, like flour) and keep them from sinking. The Kahlua was a subtle accent. I baked mine for 50 minutes; I will keep this recipe handy! Thanks for sharing, BakinBaby.
I first noticed this recipe in October 2013. Since then, I have baked this cake 6 times! It is so delicious! I've even made a yellow cake with white chocolate chips, along with Instant Jello White Chocolate Pudding. Yummy! Once while making the chocolate version,I discovered I was out of instant pudding and whole milk,so I used Jello Chocolate Cook n Serve (using buttermilk to cook the pudding with since I was out of whole milk). I decreased the sour cream by 1/2 cup, and also added 1 tsp.of cinnamon, along with some chopped walnuts. It was totally fantastic! You just can't go wrong with this recipe:)
Very easy to make! 5 Stars for easiness, 4 stars for taste...4 1/2 total. Since Zaar doesn't do halves, I have rounded up. With the sour cream, pudding mix and chocolate chips, it was very moist. I really couldn't taste the kahlua though. And I could tell it was from a mix. But regardless, it was delicious, and my DS loved it!
My son who is 11 made this cake as a thank you to our neighbors who gave him their trampoline. They loved it and I loved how easy it was to make. Great recipe! Will use again. Thanks.