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    German Chocolate Pound Cake

    GERMAN CHOCOLATE POUND CAKE (Icing In The Cake)




    l- (l8.25oz) German Chocolate Cake Mix

    l-(15oz) can Coconut-Pecan Frosting

    4 eggs

    l/2 cup oil

    l cup water



    Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flour 12 cup tube or Bundt pan.



    Mix all ingredients (including the icing) in mixer at medium speed for 2 minutes. Pour into prepared pan

    and bake 55-60 minutes. Remove from oven to wire rack and allow cooling for 10 minutes. Invert

    onto serving plate and dust with powdered sugar.





    NOTE: This makes a large cake, be sure to use the large 12 cup pan.


    Enjoy - SA

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    I love German choc cake. But some how I just don't get it being on here. Guess my perception is it would be all bar b que and stuff.

    But i still printed the recipe and now my wife is baking it. Man it smells good from here.

    Thanks admin.

    PS my old lady has a killer Baklava recipe but won't give it up.

    It's for sale at $20.00 a hit

    Hey I get it now...duh...

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    German Choc and Carrot Cake. God I am getting hungry

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvaclover View Post
    I love German choc cake. But some how I just don't get it being on here. Guess my perception is it would be all bar b que and stuff.

    But i still printed the recipe and now my wife is baking it. Man it smells good from here.

    Thanks admin.

    PS my old lady has a killer Baklava recipe but won't give it up.

    It's for sale at $20.00 a hit

    Hey I get it now...duh...

    It's not polite to type with your mouth full!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lusker View Post
    It's not polite to type with your mouth full!
    Agh.. forget the mouuth, full you should see the key board and my screen . It was a feeding frenzy.

    U dig Baklava?

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    My wife has a killer recipe. I'll see if I can weasel it out of her.

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