This has been a family tradition since the 70's. Yes, we too saw it on the side of the All Bran Cereal box. I've had many family member request this cake year after year. It is one of the best and I have passed it down to younger family members so the tradition continues! Merry Christmas to all!!!
Guest Foodie May 20, 2012 REVIEW:
I LOVE this cake and can sit and eat it all by myself, but do share it with my husband and friends. Usually we make it at Thankgiving, but would love to make it more often, only would have to give part away so I wouldn't gain so much weight from it. LOL
Tricia December 31, 2010 REVIEW:
I have made this recipe since the 1970s when the recipe first came out on the side of an Allbran cereal box. It is a family favorite and has become a tradition. Love it! I do add a little more pumpkin to it just to make it really moist....other than that recipe as is!
Guest Foodie December 18, 2010 REVIEW:
a favorite of mine for many years, way before eating bran and fiber were popular. to get more chocolate in every bite I use mini choc chips. I've never had anyone not like this cake.
AH October 13, 2010 REVIEW:
Recently a member brought this cake to a pot luck. Fantastic flavor. No one flavor dominated just a over all richness, then when you had a bite with the chips the chocolate gave a added contrast in taste and texture.
Being a chocoholic I might add more chips but the cake that was brought had them well distributed.
Member since: Oct 24, 2004
ls1215 October 24, 2004 REVIEW:
I have fond memories of this cake from childhood! Very easy to make (I don't think a 3 is accurate!) and great even without frosting
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