Guest Foodie March 23, 2011 COMMENT: Do not heat the egg!!! This is a great recipe. I have made it many times. Very sweet but YUMMY!!!
St .Louis, Mo. November 18, 2009 REVIEW:
I've made this cake for 20 + years and it's sooo good. I always mix the marshmellows in the batter they float to the top. If you poke holes in the top w/ a toothpick the icing flows into the hot cake, YUM!
tx cook August 11, 2006 REVIEW:
This cake was awesome. I decided to make it spur of the moment at a church youth function and everyone devoured it. :)
Guest Foodie January 9, 2006 REVIEW:
The recipe said to mix 1st seven ingredients and then heat next four ingredients and gradually add to first mixture. I did not think that it would be ok to heat eggs so I heated the margerine, shortening, coke and marshmallows (the last four ingredients on the list). I then read that I was supposed to put the marshmallows in the cake pan under the batter. I am going to go forward to see what happens. Should I have heated the eggs with the margerine, shortening, coke and marshmallows?
Member since: May 9, 2005
pfriendcs May 9, 2005 REVIEW:
15 minutes needed to be added to the baking time. Eight people tested this cake. In a score of 1 to 5 three gave it a 9 the rest gave it a 3 1/2 to 4 1/2. The only complaint was "to sweet." This cake will travel very well and improves on day two and three. It couldn't be rated on subsequent days since it was gone. This is an excellent cake, heavy, moist, rich, for chocolate lovers. Frosting: substitute cola with water and use on other cakes. This is good too.