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Discussion in 'Desserts' started by smoking b, Jan 29, 2013.
Ok I took this recipe and over indulged a little
I think this is only 5 weight watcher point, right?
Ahh, who's counting! I'm going to have to try this now, looks great
Ha! Looks like a great desert there! Hope you enjoyed the little cake
Try it - you'll enjoy how fast & easy it is
Did this tonight and it turned out AWESOME!! Made one for my wife and I to share and one for the boy. Used the Pyrex 4C container and it worked perfect. Added chocolate syrup on top when it was still hot and it soaked into the top bit of the cake, mmmmmmm. Wife was VERY happy, so that is a bonus
Thanks! I'm glad you guys enjoyed it! It really is quick, easy & tasty - hard to find that combo. I'll bet you end up making more of them
Yup, bought more cocoa powder today since we had to borrow from the neighbor last night. These will be a normal, will be great for the RV too.
Made 3 tonight with my grandchildren. 2 chocolates and a vanilla. These are really good! My wife Woodburner said "this is what we will use for strawberry shortcake". My grandson saw the picture of the chocolate syrup and made his the same. Thanks for posting this recipe!
Cool! Glad you guys enjoyed them
My granddaughter is here with me today and she asked me if we can have some cake today and I remembered this post. Thank you Smoking B this is a fast and easy way to make a 5 year old happy on a cold snowy day.
Another easy way is a 3-2-1 mug cake. Got it off My Fitness Pal web site where I log food for dieting. Low calorie ( around 65 depending on cake mixes 0 and easy too.
Mix a box of Angel Food cake and a box of any other cake mix you want in a container. I have been using a sugar free chocolate and adding just a bit more chocolate to it Like Hershys for baking.
Any way all you have to do is add 3 tablespoons of the mix to a mug and 2 tablespoons of water mix and put in microwave for 1 minute on high. Why it is called 3-2-1
Very quick, probably not quite as tasty as the homemade version. But the kids could even make it!
You're quite welcome Stan I'm glad you guys are still enjoying them
Wow I am SO making this tonight! Thank you again Smoking B!
WELL !!!!!!! I don't know how I missed this one....... Got it now..... Jeremy..... you know I'm slow..... but now we both know, just how slow I am.....
You're welcome Tonya I'll bet you make more of them once you try one
Ha! That's ok Dave - I put this up back when you said in my German cake thread that you didn't have time to learn to bake. I figured this would be something good that you could easily make - glad you came across it
Uh Oh this is so easy and good it could spell trouble if you know what I mean. Thanks for sharing, um I think.
I'm thinking of trying this mix in a cast iron skillet in the oven just to see how the flax seasoning holds up. We used the vanilla version of this for strawberry short cake last year. It was great!
Lol they do have a habit of getting themselves made quite often once you try them
Are you gonna use a small skillet or are you gonna mix up a bigger batch?
Yup these things can be used in all sorts of ways & they always seem to be quite good no matter what you do with them
I was thinking of a 10 1/2 skillet and a bigger batch.