Hot Fudge Brownie Cake

  • bugsyc Posted: 01/02/09
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    This was soooo good and sooooo easy! What a fast, deliciously gooey and chocolatey recipe! Wow, this will be my new spur of the moment, I have everything in the pantry chocolate cake for either last minute guests, or a chocolate attack! The fudgy pudding is to die for when warm along with the spongy chocolate cake. You must serve it with whipped cream or ice cream, it's delicious. Also good for breakfast, snack, lunch, dinner, bedtime...:)

  • texacaliutagirl Posted: 02/21/09
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    Made this for a small dinner party. Received good reviews from every one. Personally I thought it could be more chocolate-y as I love really dark, bitter chocolate. There was something just a little off about the taste and I'm not sure what it was? I think the cake could be cooked just a little longer than 40 minutes. I served it with low fat vanilla frozen yogurt which complimented the cake very well. I used home-made chocolate dipped strawberries as a garnish. All in all I liked the dessert and will probably make it again.

  • cindymoo Posted: 01/18/09
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    This was served to me just slightly warm with whipped cream. Rich but not too sweet. It was wonderful!! I can't wait to make it.

  • Brittiny Posted: 02/10/09
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    Absolutely delicious and incredibly easy. Great recipe that I will make again and again.

  • Michelecherie Posted: 02/06/09
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    Getting the cake onto a metal cooling rack proved messier than I expected and my husband wondered aloud "what happened to it" but once dished and served with ice cream, our opinions drastically increased. This is a wonderful dish that can be served warm after 10 minutes of cooling if in a hurry to enjoy it.

  • KhbrandKY Posted: 12/30/08
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    This is a very easy recipe, and is VERY GOOD. My kids loved it. It is best if it cools for a bit, like an hour or so. Otherwise it is like syrup and melts the ice cream, after cool, it is like a hot pudding! GREAT!!!! Would make again and again! Great with vanilla ice cream!

  • teddi1 Posted: 01/18/09
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    So simple to make. Very chocolatey. Was a hit with the entire family. Definitely suggest serving with vanilla ice cream to balance the chocolate taste. Without the ice cream the chocolate taste is almost bitter.

  • Wera5865 Posted: 01/24/09
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    Really enjoyed this recipe better the next day warmed in microwave!! It was good served with

  • brandybean Posted: 09/27/09
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    Easy to make, but the flavor was very disappointing. It was not chocolatey enough for my family, especially with a name like Hot Fudge Brownie Cake. Everyone agreed that it wasn't worth the calories.

  • Hobbsgirls Posted: 02/15/09
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    This was really simple and yummy. Reminded me of a steamed chocolate pudding with creme anglaise that my friends mother used to make when I was in high school, this was much simpler.

  • SoCalledJay Posted: 01/27/10
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    SINFULLY DELICIOUS! Definitely would use more cocoa next time.

  • Vicki1961 Posted: 03/16/10
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    This recipe was lacking in that full, chocolate flavor that my family likes such as in homemade chocolate pie recipes. I think if margarine were used instead of oil, it might help with the flavor. Although it was super simple to make, we could all taste the cocoa a bit too much.

  • OKNancy Posted: 08/08/10
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    I use King Arthur double dutch cocoa and it is rich and chocolatey. Cooled to room temp and served with a dab of whipped cream, it is a new family favorite. No leftovers here!

  • Beatlesrock1234 Posted: 02/20/12
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    Missing something... Not sweet enough to even be called a brownie much less a " Hot Fudge Brownie". VERY disappointed, although easy to make.

  • NataleePT Posted: 02/29/12
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    LOVED it! Everybody in my familiy went crazy about it. Making it again today :D

  • phoebe1214 Posted: 03/27/12
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    One of the best hot fudge pudding cake recipes I've tried. Since a few others complained it wasn't chocolatey enough, i added 1/2 cup bittersweet chocolate chips. I also split everything between six ramekins and made it into an individual dessert then baked it for 25 minutes. It was just fantastic. I will be making this again in the future.

  • Laxgirl52 Posted: 04/07/14
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    It was awesome...made the mocha version...added 1/2 c. Chocolate chips (to batter) to increase chocolate taste...served with whipped cream, ice cream would've been better! Everyone raved about it...it's a keeper!

  • LisaGvlSC Posted: 02/12/14
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    Definitely not chocolate-y enough. I was suspicious with the small amount of cocoa in the first layer. If I were to make it again, I'd probably add espresso powder or somehow incorporate actual chocolate. Missing richness and chocolate flavor.

  • Socaltp Posted: 05/01/14
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    I made this for my family tonight and they ate the entire thing! Then they asked me to make it again for tomorrow night!! Lol I'd say it was a hit! Thank you so much

  • Marshabuxton Posted: 09/30/13
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    The guys love this one! Easy to make, quick, easy to take.

  • szbick Posted: 12/29/13
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    Served with vanilla ice cream. Yummy!!

  • sandymramirez Posted: 08/23/14
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    These came out amazing!!! I have tried many brownie recipes from scratch and but this is the first recipe that actually came then the boxed version. I did add a 1/2 cup of chocolate chips to the bottom layer, like everyone suggested. Also, I am not sure if it makes a difference, but I used two different types of cocoa powder.

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