Ooey, Gooey, Good: National Chocolate Cake Day

by in Holidays, Recipes, January 27th, 2011
Molten Chocolate Cake
Baking perfect Molten Chocolate Cake is easy with Food Network Magazine's step-by-step how-to.

You hardly need a dedicated day to appreciate the lusciousness of chocolate cake (every day is chocolate cake day in my mind), but an excuse to indulge is always welcome. So why not give an impressive Valentine’s Day sweet a practice spin? Go ahead and mix up Molten Chocolate Cake with this step-by-step guide from Food Network Magazine.

Double Chocolate Gooey Butter Cake
Paula's Double Chocolate Gooey Butter Cake is a quick and easy stand-by cake to love.

Or, if you didn’t have January 27th circled and starred on your calendar and you’re short on time – Paula’s popular Double Chocolate Gooey Butter Cake can be thrown together with a cake mix and a few other stand-by ingredients (yes, including lots of butter).

German Chocolate Cake With Coconut-Pecan Cajeta Frosting
Bobby's German Chocolate Cake is perfect for any occasion and always sure to impress.

If you prefer your chocolate cakes Iron Chef-style, try Bobby’s Throwdown creation, a cake with a long title and tons of complex flavors: German Chocolate Cake With Coconut-Pecan Cajeta Frosting. Coffee and buttermilk add unexpected bursts of flavor to the cake. And what is cajeta? It’s another term for dulce de leche, a caramel-like mixture popular in Mexican and South American sweets.

How are you celebrating National Chocolate Cake Day?

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