This recipe is my favorite, but only when paired with chocolate deviled cake...awesome!
Mitch August 7, 2009 REVIEW:
I did not enjoy this recipe as much. Mine turned out beautiful and glossy looking but a bit too thin to cover the sides of my cake. Also, it was not as rich because it called for water instead of milk.
froggyribbit July 29, 2009 REVIEW:
It was awesome and easy to make. I used mini semi sweet chips and it turned out great. Then just poured it on a 9X13 cake and was a perfect amount. Loved it!
Guest Foodie March 3, 2009 REVIEW:
What a super easy great recipe! I used coco powder too and it turned out very well. This is the easiest, quickest, fewest ingredient-ist frosting recipe ever. Thank you!
Guest Foodie May 4, 2008 REVIEW:
Recipe was easy and perfect for yellow cake. I used 2/3 cup sugar and and about 2/3 cup semi sweet chocolate chips because I was out of baking chocolate.
Just me January 27, 2008 REVIEW:
It's not thick like frosting. Doesn't harden, so it's not a glaze either. I think it's more like a chocolate syrup in consistency. Tastes ok though.
Guest Foodie January 21, 2007 COMMENT: I was looking for a recipe that didn't use powdered sugar. Plus, this recipe happened to use up the exact amount of chocolate and cornstarch "leftovers" that I had. Not bad for "in a pinch."
Guest Foodie March 9, 2006 REVIEW:
This was a delicious, easy recipe. I used powdered cocoa (3T= 1 oz) and it was great! I will absolutely use it again.
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