I am making a German Chocolate Cake for my brother in laws wedding on Saturday and I have noticed in most of the recipes that it call for German Chocolate squares. Where do you find this?
German Chocolate is a name brand chocolate like Hershey. I have found German Chocolate squares at my local supermarket. They are with all the other bars of baking chocolate.
Above the chocolate chip on the baking aisle... look for brand name: Baker's Chocolate. German Chocolate is a specific bar. As well, I find their recipe to be the most fail-proof and is on the inside of their cardboard wrapper. I have a german chocolate cake made from this recipe in my gallery. HTH, and happy baking!
Hi, German's Chocolate is a type of chocolate like Swiss Chocolate, Dark Chocolate etc (created by Samuel German) it is dark but a bit sweeter than dark chocolate...The Brand here in Southern California is Baker's brand and it comes in a green box. You can usually find it with the other baking products. This chocolate CAN be substituted if need-be. You can find substitutes on-line. If you can't tell, I make this cake all the time and even with the substitutes it is awesome! Good luck!!