Crockpot Chocolate Cake

Some of the best cookbooks I own are from Church’s or Civic Groups. I even have one that I received as a wedding gift that is recipes from all of the families in the Senate and House of Representatives which is really cool.
One of my friends who is a fantastic cook and never measures anything (I hate her for that) once called me a cookbook whore. Well I have to admit she is right. I have cookbooks coming out everywhere in my kitchen.
This recipe is one that I put in my church’s Fall Festival Cookbook. I have no idea where I originally got the recipe from but it is a favorite for parties. It’s a little like molten cake but not runny just unbelievably moist! The best part is you cook it in the Crock-pot! That’s right Chocolate Cake in the Crock-pot.

Crockpot Chocolate Cake, it's the moistest cake I've ever had and perfect for company! #slowcooker #crockpot #crockpotchocolatecake #cakeIngredients:

1 box of Chocolate or Devils Food Cake Mix
8 oz of Sour Cream
1 box Instant Chocolate Pudding Mix
1 cup chocolate chips
4 eggs
3/4 cup of oil
1 cup of water

Mix all the ingredients together and pour into your slow cooker. Cook 3 hours on high or 6 hours on low.

Eat alone or serve like I did with ice cream and a drizzle of chocolate syrup.

Visit my Crockpot Pinterest Board for even more great crockpot recipes!

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I'm a mom of 3 boys, 2 by birth one by marriage. I love to cook, watch chick flicks, read and drink wine. I hate cleaning up my craft messes, doing laundry and the dishes! I love watching my boys grow and change and see how differently they view the world. Join me on the blog where I try to provide you with recipes and tips to make your life easier!

Comments

  1. Steph @ Crafting in says:

    ooh, that looks so tasty–and anything in the crock pot that's tasty is a winner!

  2. Kerrie @ Family Food says:

    YummmmmmmI hope you'll come by and link up to Wonderful Food Wednesday. I know our readers will love this one!Kerriehttp://familyfoodtravel.blogspot.ca

  3. Angela Paris says:

    yum, yum, yum!!! :) can't wait to try this… pinning for later!

  4. CreativeMom says:

    This looks great! Thanks for the recipe; I will be trying it! :) Found your blog through the I Heart Naptime Sundae Scoop… I am from Solace Amid the Chaos (http://solaceamidthechaos.blogspot.com/) , a newbie to blogging…

  5. Tammy Partin Spangle says:

    Oh, this looks delicious! I used to own a ton of cookbooks that I never used and got rid of all of them EXCEPT for the church and civic cookbooks. I knew by using one of their recipes that I was getting a dish that had actually been prepared by someone!

  6. Jaime @ Mom's T says:

    Ive always wanted to try a dessert in my crockpot! This one sounds so good! Pinning!! :)

  7. Terrie HearthandWhim says:

    That looks so good! I'm totally going to try this recipe, I'm pinning it so I won't lose it. Thanks for sharing!

  8. That sounds so decadently delicious! Thanks so much for linking and I love those kind of cookbooks, too, they have the best recipes.

    • Kelley Wilson says:

      Thanks! What is your favorite?

  9. Kelley Wilson says:

    IT's great when it's hot! Hope you try it!

  10. Kelley Wilson says:

    Hey Kerrie, thanks for the invite I think I missed it this week but will link it up next week!

  11. Kelley Wilson says:

    Thanks for pinning!

  12. Kelley Wilson says:

    Welcome to blogging and thanks for visiting

  13. Kelley Wilson says:

    I know I just can't help myself when I see a new one

  14. Kelley Wilson says:

    Thanks for Pinning and I hope you like it!

  15. Kelley Wilson says:

    Thanks Terrie for pinning and I hope you enjoy it, but then again, what's not to enjoy about chocolate!

  16. Annmarie Pipa says:

    This is tomorrows dessert. thank you. i have never made a cake in a crock pot before.

    • Kelley Wilson says:

      Yea let me know what you think!

  17. Tammy Partin Spangle says:

    Hi, I pinned your recipe and plan on making it this weekend but I have a question. For the box of instant chocolate pudding, do you use a small box or large box? Thanks, Tammy

  18. MAKEUP OBSESSED MOM says:

    Visiting from Six Sister's blog hop. Oh my, never knew you could bake a cake in the crock pot. This looks so yummy and easy to do. I bet the house would smell great while this one bakes! Staciehttp://www.makeupobsessedmom.com

  19. Stephanie Michaels says:

    That sounds soooo good, I love molten cake! This is now on the to do list for the kids (and me!) Thanks so much for sharing on Super Sweet Saturday.Stephanieswtboutqiue.blogspot.com

  20. cheeky rose says:

    Ooooooh this looks so so yummy

  21. cheeky rose says:

    I just had to pin this

  22. Adelina Priddis says:

    whoever made the crock pot was genius. Whoever figured out you could cook desserts in it, was even more brilliant!Thanks for sharing this recipe on Foodie Friday!

  23. madeforreal.com says:

    Wow! Looks yum!

  24. Rosie @ Blueberry Ki says:

    This looks so delicious!

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