What Is A Chocolate Mud Cake?

Baking By Pickulz Updated 6 Jun 2011 , 12:04pm by southerncross

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Pickulz Posted 6 Jun 2011 , 10:01am
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Ive seen some the name 'mud cake' around here...what is it? What kind of cake does it make? Dense? Light? Sturdy? Is it very chocolately? Yummy?

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josefina20 Posted 6 Jun 2011 , 10:15am
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i would like this recipe too. what about filling for mud cake?

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josefina20 Posted 6 Jun 2011 , 10:25am
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i was looking in a web site, mud cake is not just with chocolate, it can be make with any other flavor too. please can someone post the basic recipe for mud cake.

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bakescupcakes Posted 6 Jun 2011 , 11:19am
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A mud cake is a lovely moist dense cake made with either white chocolate or dark chocolate that will stay fresh for at least a week or so. Over here we generally fill/layer with either dark choc ganache or white choc ganache, as it's very stable under fondant. Very popular for wedding cakes.
Other flavours can then be added, such as lemon, lime, and orange rind to a white choc mud, or you can fold through raspberries, coconut and substitute the milk for coconut milk, or add chopped cherry ripe (choc bar over here) or any other choc bar, the list is endless. If you google chocolate mud cake you will find loads of recipes.

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southerncross Posted 6 Jun 2011 , 12:04pm
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Around here the mud cake is basically a dense dark chocolate cake....it becomes Mississippi mud cake with the addition of marshmallows and pecans. If you want to make a layer cake that isn't the usual single layer traditional mud cake, then I recommend Paula Deen's at


Fair warning...this is a "southern" cake and is very sweet. But it's one of the most requested cakes I make

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