Chocolate Bavarian Torte
Total TimePrep: 15 min. + chilling Bake: 30 min. + cooling
Agree with Karen from Nov. 16, 2020 - - - it says "sprinkle with a fourth of the chocolate" for one step. Where is the step that tells us how to prepare for the chocolate layer??? Looks delicious and would love to make.
Am I missing the step on how to prepare the chocolate layer? It looks delicious
First,Oh My Gosh! This is excellent!! I served it at a Women's Retreat at church and had so many requests for the recipe. This is also my husband's new favorite. "Becky" the chocolate the recipe asks for between layers is the grated semi-sweet chocolate. I used an 80% cocoa bar found in the baking isle. I highly recommend this for a delicious dessert for any occasion.
It says to add 1/4 of the chocolate over each layer, but the recipe does not call for any chocolate. Help
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I have been making this since it appeared in Taste of Home magazine in 1996. It is easy and DELICIOUS!
The recipe itself is more like the Hostess " SuzyQ". Any way made as stated - it tasted just like it, my fav as a child. ( I did substitute the 2/3 cup of brown sugar rather than 1/3, as stated by another reviewer) Made for the kids and they love it!! If i want this to taste like the "ding dong" I will add a layer of chocolate icing. I'll let you know how that turns out. :)
I'd change nothing. Absolutely delicious. My husband and family loved it. Thank you
This was really tasty! My cakes came out a bit flat and broke apart a bit when I took them out of the pan so I made the ingredients into a Trifle instead. It was still a hit with everyone and my company took some home!
I can't use whipping cream could I use Cool Whip in place of?