Hot Fudge Sundae Cake ~ Nik Snacks

Bite it and write it. That's what I do. Fueled by butterbeans & collard greens.

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On 4:00 AM by Nikki @ NikSnacks in , , , , , , ,    6 comments
I'm not into smoothie bowls, protein shakes, grain-free desserts or 2-ingredient dinner ideas, but I'm totally into after-school snacks that are super easy.


When I was a kid, I don't remember being into food or cooking. Snacks were either popcorn or dry cereal. As a teenager, the snacks were upgraded to English muffin pizzas or baby carrots and ranch dressing. I wish I knew about Hot Fudge Cake 20 years ago.


It's easy.
Open, pour, mix, bake.

You can experiment with dozens of flavor combinations (white cake mix and orange soda is a favorite; so is spice cake and cream soda, tastes like graham crackers & marshmallows) but this one is my favorite. It reminds me of the hot fudge cake from Shoney's.


Hot Fudge Sundae Cake

Ingredients

Dark chocolate cake mix or devil's food cake mix
12 oz. Cherry cola or cherry Dr. Pepper

Optional toppings: whipped cream, cherries, nuts, chocolate sauce

Instructions
Combine the cake mix and cola in a large bowl. Use a spoon or whisk to mix ingredients until smooth.

Pour batter into prepared baking dish. Bake cake according to the cake mix package directions. Allow cake to cool before cutting. Add optional toppings. Serve.

6 comments:

The Food Hunter said...

This looks amazing and now I am craving ice cream

Lana | NevrEnoughThyme said...

Oh yum!! My grandkids are going to love this next time they visit :-)

Angie Barrett said...

I wish that I had known about Hot Fudge Sundae Cake for an after school snack too because this would have been way better than my hot pockets and gold fish! haha

Nikki said...

I lived on Hot Pockets my senior year of college! That an corn!

Kim Bee said...

I'm a sucker for easy recipes and this one would get gobbled up in no time flat at my house. I love how versatile it is. I laughed about how choices change with age. I remember going to my best friend's house every day after school and we'd make popcorn and play monopoly. I always thought it was awesome her parents never complained about how buttery the monopoly money was. Ha

Karyn Granrud said...

Ain't nothing wrong with dry cereal for a snack. Grab a handful and be on your way. I love easy 2 ingredient cakes. It's just so easy!