I found a delicious German Chocolate cake recipe in a book my mom bought. It's Trisha Yearwood's book called "Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen." She has lots of really yummy and pretty easy recipes in here.
Apparently this is Garth Brook's favorite German Chocolate cake recipe, or so the book says :) I made this cake, following her instructions exactly, and the only draw back to me was, it took 4 hours start to finish! Maybe it was just my experience, who knows. Anyway, the cake flour and rich dark chocolate made it dense and delicious! The only change I made was adding chocolate ganache to each of the layers to lock in the moisture (along with the coconut & pecan icing) and then to make it look less like a giant cheeseball, I piped the remaining ganache around the edges. Here's a closer look at this delectable icing; evaporated milk, eggs, sugar, butter, chopped pecans, coconut and vanilla, mmm! Everyone really enjoyed it!
I've created this blog as a place to share what I love: baking, painting, drawing, photography, graphic design, cooking, entertaining (parties & such)... Ok, so just about anything that allows me to be creative is on the list! It's a little mix of what I do & also an inspirational notebook for some of the beautiful things I find along the way.