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Slow Cooker Triple Chocolate Cake

The mighty slow cooker, the renowned kitchen appliance best known for transforming tough meat into tender pot roast, can also make a rich and luxurious dessert. This is the ultimate slow-cooked confection for hardcore chocolate aficionados.

Slow cooker triple chocolate cake uses everyday ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen like eggs, sour cream, boxed chocolate cake mix, chocolate chips and instant pudding. Go ahead and check. We’ll wait.

Got ’em? Great. Let’s get started.

First, mix all the ingredients in a large bowl. Then, spray the crock with nonstick cooking spray and pour the batter into the crock. Cover and cook on LOW for about 4 hours. That’s it. It doesn’t get any easier than this.

If you love chocolate, or if you just want to use your slow cooker for something other than chili, you’ve got to make this deliciously moist cake.

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  1. What size crock pot should I use for this recipe? It would be helpful since I have several sizes and don’t want to over or under cook the recipe. Thanks.

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