Almost Homemade Triple Chocolate Cake

Today I’m going to share a secret with you all… I have a triple chocolate cake that I bring to family gatherings and parties that everybody loves and wants the recipe for! Well, I never give out the recipe, and it’s because there really is no recipe to share, but today I am going to share that recipe with all of you, because I believe that everybody should have this yummy goodness in their life.

Triple Chocolate Cake

Without further ado, here it is… My almost homemade triple chocolate cake!

Ingredients needed for the Triple Chocolate Cake:

  • One Devil’s Food Cake Mix
  • One Jello Instant Chocolate Pudding Mix
  • 1/2 Bag of Chocolate Chips

How To Make The Triple Chocolate Cake:

Preheat your oven to 325 degrees and grease your bundt cake pan.

Prepare the cake mix per the instructions on the box. Once it is mixed thoroughly, add in the pudding mix, and then the chocolate chips.

Bake your cake for about 45 minutes.

Triple Chocolate Cake 2

Allow to cool for 30-45 minutes, and then DIG IN!

Triple Chocolate Cake 3

I hope you’ve all enjoyed this recipe for an almost homemade triple chocolate cake! There are many options that you can add to it… You can sprinkle powdered sugar on top, or make a chocolate drizzle to put on top (like you really need any extra chocolate!)

How did you like your triple chocolate cake?

If you tried this recipe, please leave a comment below and let me know how you and your family liked it! I hope it turns into a favorite at your family gatherings like it is at mine!

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  1. Re your triple chocolate cake–my grandmother make something similar. But she baked it as a sheet cake and put the chocolate chips on top with eagle brand sweetened condensed milk and shredded coconut on top. If you used yellow cake mix, you added butterscotch or vanilla pudding, and used butterscotch chips. Problem is I cannot remember when the topping was added in the process–after the cake baked (but would it then require a little more baking)?

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