Sunday, May 07, 2006

Crockpot Thunder Cake

I have been asked to post the Thunder Cake recipe. I would like to give credit to the chef who created this recipe but I don't remember who it was. It was definitely from an online source. When I figure it out, I will credit the chef.

Crock Pot Thunder Cake:
1 package chocolate cake mix (a no pudding added one)
8 oz. sour cream
1 ½ cups chocolate chips
1 cup water
4 beaten eggs
¾ cup oil
1 small box of chocolate pudding

Mix ingredients together in a bowl. Pour into a crockpot and cook on high for about 2 1/2 hours. Don't let it burn! Use a large spoon to take out. Put on paper plates. Top with whipped cream.


Anonymous said...

Thanks your receipe came in handy today. My son made thunder cake.

Anonymous said...

Are you supposed to use "cook and serve" pudding, or "instant"? Or does it not matter? I would think cook and serve, being that its slow-cooking for several hours. But I want to make this for my class, so I need to follow it to a tee! Thanks (in advance) so much for your help! :-)

Anonymous said...

This cake is so moist and super easy to make! It has been a big hit each time I have made it! I love this recipe, thanks for sharing it! Oh and be sure to use the instant pudding mix I used the regular kind once and it took a lot longer (almost 5 hours) to cook all the way!

Anonymous said...

I have used this recipe a few times when reading Thundercake with my 2nd graders! It is very easy...easier than the one in the book. It is the perfect amount for a class of 24!

Candice said...

This recipe is so awesome! I can not wait to get the book for my Daughter <3 We will add a photo when we make it. So easy! we are very excited, She is running around saying CAKE! CAKE! CAKE! She totally loves cake. ;)