Easy Chocolate Chip Cake recipe
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- Dish type
- Chocolate cake
- Chocolate chip cakes
This delicious chocolate chip cake is incredibly easy to make. Try filling it with a butterscotch filling and topping it with a chocolate glaze.
100 people made this
- 150g butter
- 175g dark brown soft sugar
- 150g caster sugar
- 3 eggs
- 200g plain flour
- 90g wholemeal flour
- 2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 250ml milk
- 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- 170g dark chocolate chips
MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:25min ›Ready in:40min
- Preheat oven to 180 C / Gas 4. Grease and flour two 23cm round cake tins.
- In a large mixing bowl, cream together butter and sugars. Beat in the eggs.
- In another bowl, sift together the flours, baking powder and salt. Add this alternately with the milk to the creamed mixture. Stir in the vanilla. Chop the chocolate chips coarsely and add to the batter.
- Pour batter into prepared tins and bake for 25 to 30 minutes or until knife inserted in middle comes out clean.
Reviews & ratingsAverage global rating:(28)
Reviews in English (25)
Read the reviews enough to conclude it might end up being a bit of a heavy cake. Noting the amount of brown sugar, this didn't surprise me. So wanting to make it a bit lighter but keep all the original ingredients, I did equal amounts of caster sugar (or granulated) and dark brown sugar then added about 25g more butter and whipped those ingredients until it was really light in colour and fluffy. After adding all the other ingredients, I folded in 1 whipped egg white into the mixture. Baked in a Bundt cake tin. Sprinkled powdered (Icing sugar) sugar over it once cooled. Everyone seemed to thoroughly enjoy it. Will definitely make it again.-20 May 2018
by Mrs. K
I made this for a neighbor kid's birhtday. It was a hit. I did change it a little. I used a bundt pan and baked it for about 45 minutes and instead of greasing and flouring, I greased and sugared. It was just regular white sugar, but it left a pretty (and tasty) crust.-25 Jul 2007
This cake was ok. If you really want a chocolate chip cake, then it's a good recipe. I was just not fully committed to the idea. Plus, the recommended frosting didn't work very well, and the whole mess was just TOO chocolate-y. Some liked it. I won't make it again, but that's mostly because I like to try new things.-01 Oct 2001
11 Perfect Chocolate Chip Cake and Cupcake Recipes
Nearly any baker (novice, expert, or otherwise) will have chocolate chips stockpiled in their pantry&mdashand for good reason. All bakers know that chocolate chips instantly transform any treat you're making, and while many would argue that chocolate chips are best in cookies, there are so many recipes that are made better with their help, like the Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins shown here. You can create so many delicious desserts using a bag of chocolate chips. Whether you prefer a plain, sweet profile or a dessert that's a little richer, adding a cup&mdashor two!&mdashof morsels can transform a regular dessert into a decadent option the entire family will enjoy.
As many bakers will tell you, making a batch of chocolate chip cookies is different for everyone. Many have opinions on which ingredients make a dough special (and what doesn't), but nearly everyone agrees about the importance of the chocolate chips. The same is true for a classic cupcake interpretation of the delicious chocolate chip cookie: You'll need an entire 12-ounce bag of chocolate chips for our cupcake batter. More chocolate chips take these cupcakes over the top they're pressed onto the top of each little cake before they are baked, an expert finishing touch.
Of course, cupcakes aren't the only sweet treat that benefits from a generous sprinkle of chocolate morsels. You'll find our chocolate chip cake recipes are most delightful, and that's also true of the pies in this collection. These sweet recipes are delicious proof that chocolate chips are a versatile tool in any baker's arsenal, and shine beyond a classic cookie.
Try this easy recipe for a decadent chocolate chip cake. With white and dark chocolate chips and rich chocolate icing, it's perfect for afternoon tea.
- 1 box Betty Crocker&trade Tempting Chocolate Cake Mix
- 125 ml vegetable oil
- 230 ml water
- 3 medium free range eggs
- 80 g white chocolate chips
- 80 g dark chocolate chips
Topping and Filling:
- 1 tub Betty Crocker&trade Tempting Chocolate Icing
- 40 g white chocolate melted
- 40 g dark chocolate melted
Tempting Chocolate Cake
Tempting Chocolate Icing
Instructions Hide Images
Preheat the oven to 180˚C (160˚C for fan assisted ovens)/ Gas Mark 4.
Mix the eggs, oil, water and cake mix gently together and whisk (by hand or electric mixer) for 2-3 minutes until smooth and creamy. Fold through the white and dark chocolate chips.
Pour the cake mixture evenly into the two greased cake tins.
Bake in the centre of the oven for 25-30 minutes, or until a skewer inserted into the centre of the cake comes out clean. Leave the cakes in the tins for 2-3 minutes then turn out onto a wire rack and leave to cool.
Spread 1/2 of the chocolate icing over one of the cakes. Place the second cake on top and spread the remaining icing over the top, smoothing it level with the palette knife.
STORING & FREEZING
These cake bars can be kept in an airtight container for 2 days. They can also be frozen. Place them individually on a plate or tray and flash freeze for 1 hour. Transfer into freezer bags or a freezer container. This will stop them from sticking together.
Defrost at room temperature in 2-3 hours. You can put them straight into a lunch box from the freezer and they will be defrosted by lunchtime.
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Chocolate Chip Cookie Poke Cake
I am drooling over this Chocolate chip cookie poke cake! This chocolate cake has a chocolate chip cookie crust, it&rsquos filled with chocolate pudding and topped with a chocolate chip cookie mousse.
I&rsquom sorry to tell you that I&rsquove been holding out on you with this Chocolate Chip Cookie Poke Cake. I first made this cake to test out on a coworkers&rsquo birthday before 2016 even ended. Almost immediately after finishing the first slice, a few people went in for seconds.
This cake is similar to my Ultimate Oreo Poke Cake in that the chocolate cake is topped with a cookie-filled mousse. Only this time, instead of Oreos, we&rsquore using chocolate chips cookies.
For this cake, it starts with a chocolate cake that is lined with a chocolate chip cookie crust. It&rsquos filled with chocolate pudding and topped with a chocolate chip cookie mousse. The topping is by far my favorite part! It is also one of the fillings I used in my No-Bake Brookie Icebox Cake, which is the one and only dessert I think I can&rsquot live without.
The mousse is fairly simply and requires only a batch of homemade whipped cream and crushed cookies. I decided to add a little bit of gelatin to the mousse because it helps keep it a little more airy and whipped in texture.
I hate to say it but I am not even sure I need the cake part for this dessert. Wait, what? Did I just say that?
The bottom of this cake is lined with chocolate chip cookies. The cookies soften in the cake mix, so they are easy to cut through and blend in nicely with the cake. I used Chips Ahoy, but anything similar would work.
I think it adds a nice surprise when you get a fork full of cake and there&rsquos a cookie inside! I love the combination of textures with the spongy cake, the cold pudding and the airy mousse on top.
I literally have to stop myself from going back for seconds eeer I mean thirds.
I&rsquom no stranger to poke cake, at this point I&rsquom probably making at least one a month but they are just too good not to share!
When you work with as many people as I do, you have to keep bringing fresh desserts to the table!
Poke cakes are often my go-to dessert for work birthdays and potlucks. It usually a lot less effort than a layer cake or cupcakes, and I&rsquove never met a person who doesn&rsquot love a poke cake..
Between the cake, the pudding filling and the mousse, you can&rsquot go wrong. You can also find this recipe at Food Fanatic.
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Crock Pot Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake
This Crock Pot Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake is super simple to make using an old tried and true recipe with a twist. You make it in your crock pot!
Whether you are doing a kitchen remodel, have an oven that is broken, are traveling or just want to use your crock pot, this recipe is a great way to bake up a delicious cookie cake!
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As you know, my nickname around here is Sugar Princess. There is a reason for that. I love a delicious dessert or sweet treat. This Crock Pot Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake is as good as any cookie cake you get from a bakery. I mean, come on, it is a made from scratch cookie cake, what isn&rsquot to love?! Better yet? It is easy to make!
For this recipe, I used the Original Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe. It is the BEST recipe in my book, so I am not going to mess with a good thing. The only change I am making is making it so you can cRock this recipe!
If you have kids, this is a great recipe for your kids to get involved. My kids love helping me in the kitchen. This past weekend we made a cake, and they were loving it! So, when Cris and I were thinking of recipes for me to make and this one came up, I knew I was going to get the kids in on putting this one together. While we are at home together, making memories like the ones we made while putting this Crock Pot Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake together are what make staying at home fun. I highly recommend it. If you don&rsquot have kids, but have a roommate, make it together! Have some fun in the kitchen!
- 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, room temperature
- 1/3 cup packed dark-brown sugar
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 1 large egg
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- 1 cup all-purpose flour (spooned and leveled)
- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
- 1/2 teaspoon coarse salt
- 1 cup semisweet chocolate chips
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large bowl, combine butter and sugars with a wooden spoon. Stir in egg and vanilla. Stir in flour, baking soda, and salt. Stir in chips. Transfer to a 10-inch cast-iron skillet smooth top.
Bake until cookie is golden brown and just set in the center, 18 to 20 minutes. Let cool 5 minutes.
Reese’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pound Cake
My new favorite cake! This amazingly easy and outrageously decadent Reese’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pound Cake is a dream come true! So moist and delicious and topped with an incredible peanut butter chocolate glaze – no one will be able to resist!
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Let’s take a break from peppermint today and go back to my roots…Reese’s! Nothing I love more than a Reese’s and when you add them to a recipe…swoon!
Today I’m sharing this amazingly easy and outrageously decadent Reese’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pound Cake. I’m taking an awesome short-cut by starting with a cake mix but trust me, you would never EVER know.
A few years ago my sister schooled me on how to “dress up” a cake mix. One of my favorite tips that she gave me was to substitute milk in for the water that is typically called for on the box. Let me tell you – it does wonders for a cake mix!
There is no limit to the wonderful things you can do with a cake mix and this recipe transforms a simple yellow cake mix into this outrageously nutty peanut butter cake. I used Blue Diamond Almondmilk Cashewmilk blend for seriously amazing flavor. Honestly you guys, if you haven’t had a chance to try this milk yet – now is the time. It is absolutely delicious and comes in both regular and unsweetened varieties.
Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake
Reasons to Make This Cake
- Preparing this cake only takes about 10 minutes of your time aside from baking.
- Bundt cakes look beautiful, but do not require any fussy decorating.
- Being a pound cake, you can count on it staying moist for days.
- Tried and true, this recipe is always a success.
- Eating gluten free? There’s a recipe adaptation for that!
I am a huge fan of bundt cake recipes. They are so quick and simple to make, tend to a great moist texture and no need to worry about decorating, they are beautiful just as they are!
The Weeknight Dinner Cookbook
This delectable chocolate chip bundt cake recipe comes from The Weeknight Dinner Cookbook by Mary Younkin, from Barefeet In The Kitchen. If you are familiar with Mary’s amazing site, you know her recipes are top notch and you can always count on them.
The Weeknight Dinner Cookbook is all about “Cooking From Scratch As Simply As Possible”. I only keep about four cookbooks in my kitchen due to space constraints, and this is one of them.
All of the recipes are made from scratch, and the book is broken down by cook times, 15-25 minute meals, 30-45 minute meals and 5-10 minute prep (meals cook on their own in the oven or slow cooker).
Aside from the recipes being solid, delicious, can-do recipes, Mary has included gluten free options for all recipes, so you can make them gluten free if needed. Mary really makes preparing dinner simple and stress-free!
It’s hard to pick a favorite recipe from so many great ones, but I think my family’s top vote goes to the Cheesy Ranch Chicken With Potatoes. My kids adore this quick and easy sheet pan meal recipe.
Cheesy Ranch Chicken With Potatoes – photo by Taste & Tell
The Mediterranean Nachos are another big hit, and again, super easy to put together. Head over to The Baker Mama to check out her post.
Mediterranean Nachos at The Baker Mama
I remember trying this Creamy Peanut Butter Mousse when Mary was writing the book, and I might have shed a tear or two when I finished eating it. This is a cry when you have no more type of dessert, trust me.
Creamy Peanut Butter Mousse at Wishes And Dishes
And then we have the Never Fail Blondie Bars. I’ve made this recipe so many times I can whip it up from memory now. I’ve even made a Brown Butter Blondie version and a Caramel Blondie version!
Never Fail Blondie Bars at A Beautiful Plate
Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake Recipe
And of course, there’s today’s recipe, Mary’s Chocolate-Glazed Chocolate Chip Pound Cake.
This rich chocolate-glazed chocolate chip bundt cake is full of chocolate chips and is covered in a dreamy chocolate ganache. It’s a wonderfully easy dessert, but impressive enough to serve to guests – which is what I did! It was a HUGE hit, with everyone at the table asking for the recipe!
Wilton staff are extra passionate about their chocolate chip cookies. From funky chocolate chips to shorter baking times, here's what our staff had to say!
Firm enough to maintain its shape but soft enough to be whipped and creamed with ease, room temperature butter is essential for making smooth batter and lightly-textured baked goods
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