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    I have not made this yet, but it just sounds really good and fun. Who would think you could make a cake in the crockpot. I will definitely try it!! [img]smile.gif[/img]
    From:Busy Peoples Low-Fat Recipes

    Hot Fudgie Cake
    Serves 15
    4pts

    3 cups skim milk
    1 box(5oz.)ff chocolate cook and serve pudding mix
    1 box(18-25oz.)super moist chocolate fudge cake mix
    1-1/3 cups water
    1/2 cup applesauce
    6 egg whites

    -Spray 3-1/2 quart crockpot with nonfat cooking spray.
    -Mix skim milk with dry pudding mix in crockpot until completely dissolved with whisk.
    -In medium bowl, mix dry cake mix, water, applesauce and egg whites with whisk for 2 min or until well blended.
    -Very gently pour batter over pudding mixture in crockpot. DO NOT MIX!!!!!
    -Cover and cook on high for 2-1/2 hours.
    -Serve Hot.

    I think I will make this sunday! Its a little high in points(4) for cake, but Im hoping its very satisfy for my chocolate sweet tooth!!
    Sincerely,
    Carla
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    Let us know how this turns out. It sounds yummy but how in the world would you be able to cut it into servings. lol

    Wendy [img]smile.gif[/img]

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    That sound WONDERFUL! and 4 points isn't bad at all!! let us know
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    Ok I finally made this...and it was sooo good!! It was such a moist cake almost sponge like. It was very easy to serve. Since my crockpot is round I just sliced it like a pie and scooped out.

    Well thats when the real surprise came... :eek: there on the bottom of the crockpot was the pudding all hot and bubbly and I spooned it over the cake slices!!!

    So thats why they said DO NOT STIR, when pouring in cake mix!

    It was a wonderful cake so I hope you give it a try!
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    Sincerely,
    Carla
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    Bump...this sounds so good!
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    **bump**

    (so I can find this again later) We're thinking of having a "chocolate" day this Wednesday in honor of Valentine's, and I was thinking of making this.
    (Then there would be at least ONE OP chocolate 'goodie' I could indulge in and not feel guilty about.

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    This sounds soooooooo gewd. I can't get the same brand cake mix here but will find
    S O M E T H I N G similar, I hope.

    Thanks.

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    I am going to try this tomorrow for Valentines Day and serve with FF frozen yogurt. Sounds yummy!
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    Yum, this will be a good Valentine treat, thanks. Jan

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    jmjgtodd Guest

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    I wonder if you could adapt this to the mini crockpot? Otherwise, I will be having 54 points of chocolate cake (4 points! to my husband the rest to me!!!) But if I could make a much smaller portion, I think it would be safer. Anyone tried a smaller recipe? It's just my husband and myself.

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    I am going to try making this today. Sorry I wouldn't know if you could cut it back I guess you could just half all the ingredients. I bumped up a non crock pot recipe in the desserts forum you may want to try called hot fudge pudding cake that may be a similar taste to this but just makes 2 servings.
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    kimkimmie Guest

    Default Re: Hot Fudgie Crockpot Cake

    This was bumped a lot for Valentine's day last year - I may try this out this year...

    Kim

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    Default Re: Hot Fudgie Crockpot Cake

    This sounds absolutly wonderful! We make something similar but different using a coffee mug. A cake mix can be broken into 8 servings, I store each serving in baggies and use them as I desire. Each serving can be cooked with a few tablespoons of diet soda in the microwave. I mix a few tablespoons of pudding and milk and drizzle it over the top, sometimes I melt a york ppmt pattie or a couple of caramels... I'll have to try it on the bottom instead.

    Anyway, I wonder if this could be made substituting the 8oz of diet soda to the cake mix to cut a few points... hmmm... might be worth trying.

    I'll let ya'll know.

    Lara
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    Stacyhdx Guest

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    Are there really 5 oz boxes of pudding? I only found the 1.3oz's of the cook and serve pudding...

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    Stacyhdx Guest

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    1 more question..are they 1/2 c. servings?

    Thanks (im making it now lol, but im confused)

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    I made this over the weekend and had a problem - it took 4 hours to cook! We didn't have it for dessert on the intended night because of this. I "reheated" it in the crock the next evening, but I am sure it would have been better had we had it the first day. Going to try again soon
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    We have made this a few times and it is wonderful! It's hot and fudgie and quite filling! Actually I love this recipe for the summertime because I don't have to heat up the kitchen to have a great dessert. It's great on the weekends because we always seem to stay up late playing cards and it makes a great late night snack with our coffee.

    Lara
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    so what's a mini crockpot? i just have a little 4 qt. will it be big enough for this and other bcb recipes?

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    Default Re: Hot Fudgie Crockpot Cake

    We are having a bunch of people over today and I decided to make this for dessert.... with one twist. My husband requested lemon cake and pudding. I'll let ya'll know how this turns out!
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    Default Re: Hot Fudgie Crockpot Cake

    I made the lemon version of this yesterday and it as very good. It looked so pretty dished out, it looked like a layer cake with pudding between the layers. My SIL can't wait for me to do butterscotch pudding (with what cake I'm not sure).
    ~~ Lara ~~
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    I would think maybe a spice cake mix with the butterscoth pudding would be good?
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    Default Re: Hot Fudgie Crockpot Cake

    Oh yeah! That sounds yummy. I'll try that this next weekend, to have Saturday night while we are hanging out, playing games.

    Thanks!
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    bumping up another one
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    Bumping to the top

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