I have a couple, where the Bride is originally from California.
She is hoping that I can recreate her favorite cake, which is this "Blackout" cake from Freeport Bakery.
Here is the description: "a very rich, very dense sour cream chocolate cake with creamy blackout frosting."
Has anyone had this cake, and have any recipes or tips on making something like it?
I did a search and here is the recipe I saw the most of....
I have never tried blackout cake before, but it sounds to die for!
HTH and good luck
I have never tried a blackout cake, but Cooks Country has a recipe online
I hope someone has better information for you!
I found this online:
and this one had pretty good reviews :
Cheesecake Factory used to sell a blackout cake, not sure if they still do. It was so rich, it made your toes curl. YUM.
Sorry, I don't have the recipe, but Freeport Bakery is just down the street from me! It was funny to see it on CC.
Schnikers!!! This cake looks and sounds incredible!
They sent a sample and we tried it earlier.. the cake is just a plain chocolate mix cake! LOL
I live in sacramento ca , where Freeport bakery is.. I will go there and try that cake.
If they're using cake mix, then that's not a real blackout cake. Ask any New Yorker on CC. A blackout cake has a rich, moist, dense cake in it.
Try the recipes instead. You'll enjoy it much more.
Freeport Bakery do NOT use mix... they are a very reputable bakery..
Here is a photo of their Black Out Cake Blackout Cake
A very rich, very dense sour cream chocolate cake with creamy blackout frosting.
1/8, 1/4 and 1/2 sheet cakes only.
Full sheets available on special request.. to place an order call: 916 4424256
I was lucky enough to try that cake, and It's sooooo good. Definitely not a cake mix. I loved the frosting, it was so chocolaty and delicious!
The slice they mailed me totally tasted like a mix? Weird.