Wednesday, January 27, 2010

What to eat Wednesday- Chocolate Cake Supreme







I am sneaking in here to partially post Luke's birthday cake. I started taking photos of the cake. I took some half frosted, then started taking them after the cake was all finished. Then I made a big mistake. I took a lick of extra frosting. One little faux pa- and now I have chocolate frosting remnant on my lens. I am sure Jay is shaking his head, saying "pitiful."
Next time I get to see The Pioneer Woman, I think I will ask her how many times she has gotten food on her lens, and what she does about it.



This is a seven layer cake perfect for a boy who turned SEVEN today. I have not made this cake in years. I first had this for my 22nd birthday- and then made it that year for Jay's birthday. I don't think I have made it since. (Only because of the lack of freezer space!) It was passed to me by the family that I was living with when Jay and I met. She said this was their secret cake. I hope I am not spilling the beans by sharing it.
Really the only thing difficult about making this is having access to a freezer space. Making sure you have enough space in your freezer to put the cake in and still shut the door and not squish the cake!

Chocolate Cake Supreme

1 package Devils Food cake (package without pudding in the mix)
1 cup flour
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup milk
1 tsp baking powder
Large container Cool Whip

Follow cake directions and in addition to the ingredients on the package add- flour, sugar, milk, and baking powder. Cook in 2- 9 inch round pans.
To remove: put in freezer for 1 hour.


Cut each layer in half while frozen. (split with large knife)
Layer with Cool Whip.
Frost with chocolate frosting (recipe below) and drizzle with chocolate syrup.
Put cake back in freezer until serving time.
Keep frozen.

Chocolate Frosting
1/2 cup butter
1/2 cup shortening
1 tsp vanilla
1/8 tsp salt
4 cups powdered sugar
3 TB milk
2 TB cocoa powder

2 comments:

Kaleen said...

I cant believe hes Seven!! How time flies!!

Jay Spear said...

Yep, it really was delicious. I would love to have a huge wedge of it on my desk as I work. Yummmm!