My grandma's Triple Chocolate Chip Cake has been a family favorite since long before I was even born, and I'm sure the picture above can explain why! By combining a brownie, cake, and pudding all into one, the only way that you cannot fall madly in love with this cake is if you don't have any taste buds (in which case I would like to extend my deepest condolences).
While typically served for 10 to 12 people in one sitting, I should warn you that we have had several minor incidents of "addictive feeding". Since then, some of my family members have even nicknamed it Crack Cake, as both a joke and a regret.
Nevertheless, soon you too will be able to gorge yourself on this delectable dessert and experience a sense of profound achievement, only to later be overwhelmed with utter guilt when you find yourself craving more! So without further ado, please enjoy my grandma's Triple Chocolate Chip Cake!
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Step 1: Setup
1 - 3.4 oz box of Chocolate JELL-O Cook & Serve pudding mix
1 - 15.25 oz box of Duncan Hines Classic Devil's Food cake mix or preferred substitute
1 cup of semi-sweet chocolate baking chips or preferred substitute
2 cups of whole milk or preferred substitute
1 - 9" x 13" greased pan
1 medium pot
Preheat the oven to 350°F.
Step 2: Combine
Combine the pudding mix with the whole milk in the medium pot.
This is now the pudding mixture.
Step 3: Cook
Cook the pudding mixture on the stove until it thickens and bubbles, stirring constantly.
Keep the cake mix close at hand for Step 4.
Step 4: Quickly Add
Quickly add the cake mix to the pudding mixture and remove from the stove, stirring thoroughly.
This is now the cake mixture.
Step 5: Pour
Pour the cake mixture into the greased pan, spreading evenly.
Step 6: Top
Top the cake mixture with the baking chips.
Step 7: Bake
Bake in the oven for 15 - 20 minutes.
Step 8: Test
Test the cake by sticking a toothpick into its center.
Bake for another 10 minutes if the toothpick is not clean.
Step 9: Enjoy!
Let the cake cool for at least 20 minutes before serving.
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