Mocha Crunch Cream Torte

  • JodieP Posted: 11/08/09
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    I turned these into 20 cupcakes. I followed the recipe to the letter, baking them for about 12 minutes (my oven is fast though). I cooled them and then cut them in half with a serrated knife. I frosted the middle and sprinkled with Heath bite candy and then frosted the top and sprinkled with Heath again. They were a huge hit and b/c I got 20 cupcakes instead of 16 servings of cake they were only 250 calories! Loved them! Great for kids too.

  • JenniferOkla Posted: 11/29/08
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    This cake was great!! The crunch was a nice touch and the cake wasn't too sweet. The only change I made was to add about 1 Tablespoon milk to the frosting as it seemed a little dry. This was very quick to make and a definite keeper.

  • DragonWoman Posted: 01/09/09
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    I made this *three times* for parties over Christmas and people raved about it every single time, and still are! I used Skor Bits that you can buy in a bag. Definitely a favourite that I would make again.

  • elishapisha Posted: 04/08/09
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    I made this for my boyfriend's birthday party and everyone loved it! However, since I don't like to torture friends with the paltry amounts of frosting CL recipes make, I did double the frosting recipe. That probably negates some of the lightness, but that frosting was so darn good it was worth every bite! I added a smidge of leftover coffee from the morning's batch to give it some mocha color and coffee flavor. Will definitely make again!

  • lisarph Posted: 12/02/09
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    Thought the combination of ingredients would be great but my guests and I were disappointed with this dessert. The cake was ok and the frosting/filling ok, but together it just tasted odd.

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