Rich and dense, this bittersweet chocolate pound cake has a hint of coffee. If you prefer your pound cakes "glazeless", dust the top of the cooled cake with powdered sugar.
Bittersweet Chocolate Pound Cake
by T. Teresita
, Pasay City Philippines, NT on May. 2009
I've tried it. Perfect complement for my favorite brewed coffee.
by P. Patricia
, STONEHAM, ME on Mar. 2008
A very nice cake. At first I thought it was dry but it was melt in your mouth yummy with the glaze.
by M. MARYANNE
, LAS VEGAS, NV on Dec. 2007
Perfect gift for a chocoholic. Sprinkle crushed peppermint candy on top for Christmas.
by N. NICOLE
, HINGHAM, MA on Apr. 2007
I LOVE this cake! I made it for a birthday and got rave reviews and recipe requests from EVERYONE. This cake is pretty chocolately, so you really need to love chocolate to eat it. It is very versitile, too -- just decorate it to dress it up!
Bittersweet chocolate cake
by K. Kelly
, Elmhurst, IL on Mar. 2007
This was a little dry, but delicious. I omitted the coffee, and added some crushed pecans-sprinked over the glaze.
by S. Shawn
, Richmond, VA on Oct. 2006
I make this cake last week and it came out very dry.
by P. PATRICIA
, EATONTOWN, NJ on Feb. 2006
Easy to make and very good. It is somewhat on the dry side, would be great with some ice cream!
by G. Gina
, Westville, NJ on Aug. 2005
I wanted to bake something special for a co-worker's birthday. Knowing she is not a coffee drinker, I left out the coffee. It was a smashing success. Everyone wanted more. I used a sheet cake pan to make it easier to decorate and baked it for 5 minutes less than recommended. Turned out perfect.
by D. DANA
, BOWLING GREEN, KY on Aug. 2005
If you like a rich chocolate flavored cake try this one.
by J. JULIANNE
, TARZANA, CA on Jun. 2005
My husband loves dark chocolate and butter, so this was a perfect recipe for Father's Day. This one's a keeper!
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