{Guest Post} Crockpot Chocolate Cake by Kelley from Miss Information

Have you ever made dessert in your crockpot?  How about baking a cake in the crockpot?  Kelley from Miss Information baked a cake for us today using her crockpot and it looks divine!


Hi everyone, my name is Kelley and I blog over at Miss Information and I am so excited to be here today. I first met Dawn doing a guest post blog swap where I shared my recipe for Butter Flavored Cream Cheese Pound Cake. Miss Information has a little of everything that I come across in my daily life. Whether it’s how to get that spoiled milk smell out of a sippy cup, how to make a recipe page for your blog or one of my favorite recipesI dabble in a little of a lot. I can’t thank Dawn enough for letting me share with you again today.Some of the best cookbooks I own are from Church’s or Civic Groups. I even have one that I received as a wedding gift that is recipes from all of the families in the Senate and House of Representatives which is really cool.
One of my friends who is a fantastic cook and never measures anything (I hate her for that) once called me a cookbook whore. Well I have to admit she is right. I have cookbooks coming out everywhere in my kitchen.
This recipe is one that I put in my church’s Fall Festival Cookbook. I have no idea where I originally got the recipe from but it is a favorite for parties. It’s a little like molten cake but not runny just unbelievably moist!


1 box of Chocolate or Devils Food Cake Mix
8 oz of Sour Cream
1 box Instant Chocolate Pudding Mix
1 cup chocolate chips
4 eggs
3/4 cup of oil
1 cup of water

Mix all the ingredients together and pour into your slow cooker. Cook 3 hours on high or 6 hours on low.

Eat alone or serve like I did with ice cream and a drizzle of chocolate syrup.

Thanks again Dawn for letting me hang out at the shack, I throw a link party every Friday at Miss Information and would love for you to stop by for I Freaking Did it Fridays.

One comment

  1. The Better Baker says:

    WOWZERS! That cake looks fabulous! I have a very similar recipe in my own cookbook that adds toffee bits. Plenty rich and amazing. Thanks to both of you for sharing…I’m off to check out Kelley’s blog.

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