Chocolate cake recipe


There is nothing easier than making a deep depression cake. A cake that dates back to the Great Depression, it's easy to make, moist, inexpensive, and incredibly flavorful. Made without butter, eggs, or milk, this cake was inspired during the Great Depression.

We made this depression cake today, with chocolate buttercream frosting. Tasty! We added almond extract to the cake and frosting as well as vanilla. I am amazed at how moisturizing and lathering it is.

Even though the deep depression cake started during the Great Depression, that doesn't mean it's still unpopular today. This cake has been a classic for years, and for good reason. This cake is very easy. It only requires the pan in which you are going to cook and a fork. It couldn't be easier. The ingredients are very cheap.

This cake was create during the Great Depression. The cake is made without butter, eggs & milk. Since it was difficult for many families to get enough food, dessert was a treat. Making it as cheap as possible.

If you want to freeze this Depression-era chocolate cake, it's easy to do. Once the cake has cooled, you can cut it into pieces. You can freeze whole cake or individual tranches. You can freeze the cake frosted or not. If you are going to make a frozen cake, you may want to freeze it on a plate before wrapping it. This will prevent the icing from sticking to the plastic wrap.

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