Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Chocolate Pudding Dump Cake

     I must confess that I am an addict. A chocolate addict. I will eat or drink just about anything that is chocolate. I really do not turn away anything that has chocolate in it .

     I buy coffee creamer that is chocolate. I keep a stash of small chocolate bars on hand at all times. I buy chewy granola bars either with chocolate chips in it or covered with chocolate. My cereal is chocolate for heavens sake!

     Just about everyone knows of my love of brownies, preferably with chocolate frosting on top. I use to always buy the Little Debbie brownies so I could easily get my fix. Now I keep a box of brownies on hand at all times so I can make a pan when ever I have the urge, or should I say need.

      Yeah, there's nothing like eating something chocolatey when you are bummed or stressed out. For some reason it just makes a girl feel good all over. I never feel guilty either about eating chocolate. It just defeats the purpose.

     I came across this cake on Pinterest called Chocolate Pudding Dump Cake. The picture looked amazing and it looked very quick and easy to make so I decided to give it a try.

Chocolate Pudding Dump Cake
     So here I was baking at 9:30 at night this chocolate dump cake. No one but me and the dogs were home and so I thought why not! I was sure that others would appreciate my effort once they tasted it.

     All my ingredients amazingly came from Aldis so this is a really cheap chocolate fix for anyone. I'm going to have some of this tonight with a scoop of ice cream on top drizzled with either caramel sauce or chocolate sauce. All of these are from Aldis too.

     So give this one a try. You'll be glad that you did.

Chocolate Pudding Dump Cake

1 chocolate boxed cake mix
1 small package of chocolate pudding
1 1/2 C milk
1 1/2 C (large handful) Chocolate chips

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Mix the pudding with the milk using an electric mixer. Add the cake mix and mix with mixer well to combine. The batter will be thick.
Spread batter into a greased 9X13 inch pan. Sprinkle chips on top.
Bake for 30 minutes, or until edges pull away from sides.
Allow to cool slightly before cutting.


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