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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Kelley Wilson

I love to cook, drink wine and craft. I live in Georgia with my husband and 2 sons. My goal this year is to become a better photographer and spend more time with my boys,

Comments

  1. 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

  2. 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!

  3. 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!

  4. says

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

  5. says

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

  6. says

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

  7. says

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

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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

  11. 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!

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