Original recipe yields 24 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
The marshmallows are not suppose to melt just get soft. After adding marshmallows to top and returning to oven watch carefully, may not need a total of 10 minutes. Don't let the marshmallows bro...
This cake was a total disaster. Marshmallows didn't melt, but formed a crust on top of cake, that made it tough to cut and chew. No one could eat more than one bite.
I had never baked a cake like this before. My family and friends can't get enough! Everyone requests it for all the holidays and gatherings. Thanks!!!!
Perfectly wonderful with rave reviews! I used self-rising flour which eliminated the need for baking powder and salt. I toasted the walnuts. This is not a "cake-like" consistency but Mississi...
This was extremely sweet, in fact, too sweet for me. But, I took it to a potluck and everyone else seemed to like it, hence the 4 star review.
Delicious. I made it for my daughter's 20th birthday and because she doesn't care for walnuts and her father's allergic to them, I left them out.
This is the best, my mom made this when I was growing up. Melts in your mouth!!!!!!
My daughter and I loved it and my husband ( who is not a big chocolated fan) loved it, too. I used pecans and I did use 1/2 cup cocoa and only 3 cups confectioners sugar in the frosting. I also ...