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Fudge cake

Fudge cake
A chocolate fudge cake
Type Cake
Main ingredients Chocolate cake, fudge
  Media: Fudge cake

A fudge cake is a chocolate cake containing fudge.

Contents

  • Varieties 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Varieties

"This recipe is also known as "Death by Chocolate", as it contains a considerable amount of chocolate, if topped with chocolate ice cream and lashings of whipped cream."[1] In addition to Death By Chocolate, the many variations include pudding fudge cake, made with chocolate cake mix, chocolate pudding, and chocolate chips.

Alternatively, "fudge cake" is a term in the American South to refer to a dense, single-layer chocolate cake served with or without icing. It is similar to a brownie, although moister with more chocolate.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ Cadbury.co.uk - Chocolate Treats - American Fudge Cake
  2. ^ See generally, The Memphis Cookbook, Junior League of Memphis Cookbook, Memphis, TN(1952), By the Board, Ladies Hermitage Association, Nashville, TN (1973)

External links

  • Fudge cake recipe from Cadbury.co.uk
  • "Tunnel of Fudge Cake" recipe from Pillsbury
  • "Tunnel-Of-Fudge" recipe from The New York Times
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