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I love eating all kinds of batter and dough; that’s why even though I’m not a kid anymore, I still love to watch and “pester” people baking in their kitchens. I always dip my finger on the mixture when the baker is not looking. And since my best friend makes the most scrumptious chocolate cake, she is always my victim. Whenever I go to her house, I force her to bake something. Granted, she always catches me dipping my fingers in the bowl, which is why she just sets aside a small amount for me to nibble on while I let her bake in peace.
Some of you might remember that chocolate cake from the movie Matilda. My best friend’s cake looks better than the one Bruce devoured. I also think it even tastes better than that. Yeah, yeah, give me the Best Friend of the Year award, but joking aside, my best friend’s cake is so moist and soft even after refrigerating. Trust me, I know, because I always take home a ziplock full of chocolatey goodness and store them in my fridge for days. It also has the most delicious chocolate frosting—it’s not too sweet. Since my best friend is a bit busy lately, she doesn’t have time to bake anymore. I found a way to recreate her recipe. This one that I found over at Food.com has similar tastes but different ingredients.
Photo courtesy of Traditional Secrets. Recipe courtesy of Food.com.
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