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Who can withstand the lore of german chocolate snack cake?
You guys, I am seriously excited about this German chocolate snack cake recipe. It’s super easy to make as the base is a cake mix from the grocery store. Now, typically I do not use boxed cake mixes but sometimes you gotta live a little. Plus, using a boxed cake mix makes making this lovely cake super simple. You won’t be sorry! I whipped this baby up for a church potluck the other day and everyone ate it like there was no tomorrow.
You can eat this snack cake with your bare hands on a napkin, on a plate with a fork, or in a bowl with ice cream and a spoon. Heck, eat it however you dang well, please! My fave way to scarf down this deliciousness is with ice cream. I love how moist and gooey the cake is and the ice cream just makes it all the better. It’s a total win-win situation. Now, get your baker’s hat on and get to making this cake!
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Quick Tip: I like to make and take this cake to parties and church potlucks.