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Irresistibly rich, this chocolate Bundt cake will tempt you to sneak a slice every time you pass by.

chocolate bundt cake

Say hello to the chocolate cousin of my beloved Kentucky butter cake, and the new star in your holiday dessert lineup: my decadently rich chocolate Bundt cake. It’s a surefire hit for any occasion—be it a cozy brunch, a casual coffee with friends, or as the centerpiece dessert at your holiday feast.

The cake is soaked with a vanilla-scented butter syrup that makes it ultra-moist, and the literal icing on the cake is a luscious, shiny chocolate glaze that takes the flavor to the next level. This isn’t just any cake; it’s the kind you keep on your counter and sneak a slice of every time you walk by. Whether you’re sharing it with friends or keeping it all for yourself, this chocolate Bundt cake is a classic.

“Made this for Christmas and it was amazing. My husband is already dropping hints that I should make it again!”

Lynn

Chocolate Bundt Cake Ingredients

ingredients to make chocolate bundt cake
  • Coffee: Deepens the chocolate taste without imparting a coffee flavor.
  • Semi-Sweet Chocolate: Adds a rich, deep chocolate flavor to the cake.
  • Buttermilk: Provides moisture and a slight tang to the cake. (Don’t want to buy a whole carton? See how to make buttermilk).
  • Eggs: Essential for structure and binding the cake together.
  • Vanilla Extract: Adds depth and enhances the overall flavor of the cake.
  • All-Purpose Flour: Forms the base of the cake. Measure it using the spoon-and-level method for accuracy.
  • Natural Cocoa Powder: Imparts a rich chocolate flavor.
  • Granulated Sugar: Sweetens the cake and contributes to its tender texture.
  • Salt: Balances the sweetness in the cake.
  • Baking Powder and Baking Soda: These leavening agents help the cake rise and become light and fluffy.
  • Butter: Adds richness and flavor. Using unsalted allows you to control the amount of salt in the cake.
  • Chocolate Glaze: A combination of butter, unsweetened chocolate, confectioners’ sugar, and hot water creates a smooth, rich, and glossy glaze.
  • Jump to the printable recipe for precise measurements

Step-by-Step Instructions

Step 1: Make the Cake

Preheat the oven to 325°F and set an oven rack in the middle position. Spray a 10-inch (12-cup) Bundt pan generously with nonstick cooking spray with flour, such as Baker’s Joy or Pam with Flour.

In a small microwave-safe bowl, combine the coffee and chocolate. Heat in the microwave on high power in 20-second intervals, stirring in between, until the chocolate is about 75% melted. Stir, allowing the residual heat in the bowl to melt the remaining chocolate, until the mixture is smooth. Set aside.

coffee and chocolate in small bowl

In a medium bowl, add the buttermilk, eggs, and vanilla.

buttermilk, eggs, and vanilla in medium bowl

Whisk to combine and set aside. (Note that the mixture may start to look curdled as it sits; that’s okay.)

buttermilk, eggs, and vanilla combined with whisk

In the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment or beaters, combine the flour, cocoa powder, sugar, salt, baking powder, and baking soda.

flour, cocoa powder, sugar, salt, baking powder, and baking soda in mixing bowl

Beat on low speed for 30 seconds to combine.

flour, cocoa powder, sugar, salt, baking powder, and baking soda combined in mixing bowl

Add the softened butter and half of the buttermilk mixture.

butter and part of buttermilk mixture in mixing bowl with dry ingredients

Mix on low speed until moistened but still a little crumbly, about 1 minute.

butter, buttermilk and dry ingredients in crumbly batter

With the mixer running on low, gradually add the remaining buttermilk mixture until incorporated, then increase the speed to medium and mix for 3 minutes, stopping once to scrape down the sides and bottom of the bowl with a rubber spatula. The batter should look creamy. Scrape down the sides and bottom of the bowl again, making sure the batter is evenly mixed.

remaining buttermilk added to mixing bowl

Add the chocolate/coffee mixture.

adding coffee to cake batter

Mix on low speed until smooth.

batter with coffee mixed in

Transfer the batter to the prepared Bundt pan.

pouring cake batter into bundt pan

Smooth the top with a spatula.

bundt pan full of cake batter

Bake for 55 to 60 minutes, or until a cake tester comes out clean or with just a few crumbs.

baked cake in bundt pan

Step 2: Make the Soaking Syrup

While the cake bakes, make the soaking syrup: In a small saucepan, combine the butter, sugar, water, and vanilla.

butter, sugar, water, and vanilla in small saucepan

Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat and simmer until the sugar is dissolved, about 1 minute.

butter, sugar, water, and vanilla combined in sauce pan

Set the cake pan on a cooling rack. Using a skewer or toothpick, poke about 40 holes in the bottom of the still-hot cake, going about three-quarters of the way down.

poking holes in cake with toothpick

Spoon or brush half of the syrup evenly over the bottom of the cake. If the syrup starts to pool on the surface, poke more holes to help it absorb. Leave the cake on the rack to cool for 30 minutes.

brushing half of glaze on bottom of cake

Invert the cake onto a serving platter. Brush the remaining glaze evenly over the top and sides of the cake, letting it soak in as you go. Let the cake cool completely, at least a few hours.

brushing remaining glaze on top of cake

Step 3: Make the Chocolate Glaze

Add the butter to a small saucepan and melt over low heat. Remove the pan from the heat. Add the chocolate and whisk until melted.

melted butter and chocolate in small sauce pan

Add the confectioners’ sugar and 2 tablespoons of the hot water.

confectioners' sugar and water added to saucepan

Whisk until completely smooth.

melted butter, chocolate, and confectioners' sugar combined

Using a small spoon, drizzle the glaze over the top of the cake, letting it drip down the sides. Allow the glaze to set before serving, at least 30 minutes. Slice the cake with a serrated knife. The cake will keep well in a covered container at room temperature for up to four days.

The glaze should be the consistency of warm honey so that it coats the top of the cake evenly and then cascades slowly down the sides. If the glaze is too thick, whisk in the remaining tablespoon of water, little by little, until you get the right consistency. If the glaze is too thin, whisk in a bit more confectioners’ sugar.

drizzling glaze over cake with spoon

Allow the glaze to set before serving, at least 30 minutes. Slice the cake with a serrated knife. The cake will keep well in a covered container at room temperature for up to four days.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does this cake keep?

The cake keeps nicely for up to 4 days. Once cool, store in a cake dome (or cover with plastic wrap if it has the soaking syrup but is not yet glazed) at room temperature until ready to serve.

Can this chocolate Bundt cake be frozen?

Yes, the soaked, unglazed cake can be frozen for up to 3 months. After it is completely cooled, double-wrap it securely with aluminum foil or plastic freezer wrap, or place it in a heavy-duty freezer bag. Thaw overnight on the countertop before adding the chocolate glaze and serving.

Can I add mix-ins to the batter, like nuts or chocolate chips?

While you can certainly add nuts like walnuts or pecans to the batter, I recommend being cautious with chocolate chips. Chocolate chips have a tendency to stick to the Bundt pan, which can make it difficult to release the cake cleanly. It’s best to limit mix-ins to about 1 cup. For nuts, fold them into the batter once it’s mixed.

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Chocolate Bundt Cake

Irresistibly rich, this chocolate Bundt cake will tempt you to sneak a slice every time you pass by.

Servings: One large Bundt cake
Prep Time: 45 Minutes
Cook Time: 1 Hour
Total Time: 1 Hour 45 Minutes, plus a few hours to cool

Ingredients

For the Cake

  • ½ cup coffee (any temperature is fine)
  • 4 oz semi-sweet chocolate, coarsely chopped
  • ¾ cup buttermilk
  • 4 large eggs
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 2⅔ cups all-purpose flour, spooned into measuring cup and leveled off
  • ⅓ cup natural cocoa powder, such as Hershey's
  • 2 cups granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, softened

For the Soaking Syrup

  • 4 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • ⅔ cup granulated sugar
  • 3 tablespoons water
  • 1½ teaspoons vanilla extract

For the Chocolate Glaze

  • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • 1½ ounces unsweetened chocolate, coarsely chopped
  • ¾ cup confectioners' sugar
  • 2 to 3 tablespoons hot water

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 325°F and set an oven rack in the middle position. Spray a 12-cup Bundt pan generously with nonstick cooking spray with flour, such as Baker's Joy or Pam with Flour.
  2. In a small microwave-safe bowl, combine the coffee and chocolate. Heat in the microwave on high power in 20-second intervals, stirring in between, until the chocolate is about 75% melted. Stir, allowing the residual heat in the bowl to melt the remaining chocolate, until the mixture is smooth. Set aside.
  3. In a medium bowl, whisk together the buttermilk, eggs, and vanilla. Set aside. (Note that the mixture may start to look curdled as it sits; that's okay.)
  4. In the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment or beaters, combine the flour, cocoa powder, sugar, salt, baking powder, and baking soda. Beat on low speed for 30 seconds to combine. Add the softened butter and half of the buttermilk mixture and mix on low speed until moistened but still a little crumbly, about 1 minute. With the mixer running on low, gradually add the remaining buttermilk mixture until incorporated, then increase the speed to medium and mix for 3 minutes, stopping once to scrape down the sides and bottom of the bowl with a rubber spatula. The batter should look creamy. Scrape down the sides and bottom of the bowl again, making sure the batter is evenly mixed.
  5. Add the chocolate/coffee mixture and mix on low speed until smooth.
  6. Transfer the batter to the prepared Bundt pan and smooth the top with a spatula. Bake for 55 to 60 minutes, or until a cake tester comes out clean or with just a few crumbs.
  7. While the cake bakes, make the soaking syrup: In a small saucepan, combine the butter, sugar, water, and vanilla. Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat and simmer until the sugar is dissolved, about 1 minute.
  8. Set the cake pan on a cooling rack. Using a skewer or toothpick, poke about 40 holes in the bottom of the still-hot cake, going about three-quarters of the way down. It may deflate a bit during this process; that's normal. Spoon or brush half of the syrup evenly over the bottom of the cake. If the syrup starts to pool on the surface, poke more holes to help it absorb. Leave the cake on the rack to cool for 30 minutes.
  9. Invert the cake onto a serving platter. Brush the remaining syrup evenly over the top and sides of the cake, letting it soak in as you go. Let the cake cool completely, at least a few hours.
  10. Make the chocolate glaze: Add the butter to a small saucepan and melt over low heat. Remove the pan from the heat. Add the chocolate and whisk until melted. Add the confectioners' sugar and 2 tablespoons of the hot water and whisk until completely smooth. The glaze should be the consistency of warm honey so that it coats the top of the cake evenly and then cascades slowly down the sides. If the glaze is too thick, whisk in the remaining tablespoon of water, little by little, until you get the right consistency. If the glaze is too thin, whisk in a bit more confectioners' sugar. Using a small spoon, drizzle the glaze over the top of the cake, letting it drip down the sides. Allow the glaze to set before serving, at least 30 minutes. Slice the cake with a serrated knife. The cake will keep well in a covered container at room temperature for up to four days.
  11. Make-Ahead/Freezing Instructions: The cake keeps well for up to four days. Once cool, store in a cake dome (or cover with plastic wrap if it has the soaking syrup but is not yet glazed) at room temperature until ready to serve. The soaked, unglazed cake can be frozen for up to 3 months. After it is completely cooled, double-wrap it securely with aluminum foil or plastic freezer wrap, or place it in a heavy-duty freezer bag. Thaw overnight on the countertop before adding the chocolate glaze and serving.

Nutrition Information

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  • Per serving (16 servings)
  • Calories: 495
  • Fat: 22 g
  • Saturated fat: 13 g
  • Carbohydrates: 72 g
  • Sugar: 51 g
  • Fiber: 2 g
  • Protein: 6 g
  • Sodium: 254 mg
  • Cholesterol: 91 mg

This website is written and produced for informational purposes only. I am not a certified nutritionist and the nutritional data on this site has not been evaluated or approved by a nutritionist or the Food and Drug Administration. Nutritional information is offered as a courtesy and should not be construed as a guarantee. The data is calculated through an online nutritional calculator, Edamam.com. Although I do my best to provide accurate nutritional information, these figures should be considered estimates only. Varying factors such as product types or brands purchased, natural fluctuations in fresh produce, and the way ingredients are processed change the effective nutritional information in any given recipe. Furthermore, different online calculators provide different results depending on their own nutrition fact sources and algorithms. To obtain the most accurate nutritional information in a given recipe, you should calculate the nutritional information with the actual ingredients used in your recipe, using your preferred nutrition calculator.

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Comments

  • This cake is perfection, thank you!
    I did not use the soaking syrup as my daughters requested, and everyone LOVED IT

    • — Nicoleta on February 19, 2024
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  • Verry Good. Licked the batter off the beaters and the spatula umm good. Only one minor change – in the syrup I sub coffee for the water.

    • — SeeWee on January 23, 2024
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  • Split decision in our house: my husband liked it, but I did not. Was more trouble than it was worth, so I will not be making it again. 😕

    • — Mary Anne ONeill on December 31, 2023
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  • Amazing recipe. It wasn’t dry at all. We loved it!

    • — Rachel on December 30, 2023
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  • Hi Jenn,

    Maybe I an reading incorrectly, but the write-up seems to say bake 55-60 minutes while the instructions say 70-75 minutes. Is the tweak you mentioned? Can’t rate it yet because it is currently baking. 🙂

    I continue to love your recipes.

    Skipper

    • — Phil Cottell on December 30, 2023
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    • Hi Phil, Yes 55 to 60 minutes is correct. Hope it turns out well!

      • — Jenn on December 30, 2023
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  • I’m not going to share the number of stars (and no need to publish this comment) but am very glad that you didn’t mind tweaking the recipe. I too thought the cake was a bit dry but now that you’ve made the couple changes you mentioned, I’m going to try making it again. Thank you for always being so responsive. That, and you, are awesome. BTW, the Baked Ziti w/Sausage, is extraordinary. I left a review for publication under that recipe. Thank you for all you do!

    • — LeslieAF on December 30, 2023
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    • Hi Leslie, Thank you for your kind words — I want readers to get great results and am always willing to make tweaks based on feedback I get. When you make this again, please report back and let me know what you think. 😊

      • — Jenn on December 30, 2023
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    • I’ve baked for 65 minutes and it still seems soupy! What did I do!?!

      • — Lynn on January 4, 2024
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      • Hi Lynn, There can be variation in oven temps so I don’t think you did anything wrong. I’d just continue to bake it until a toothpick comes out clean.

        • — Jenn on January 4, 2024
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  • What do you think about adding a bit of peppermint flavoring for a hint of mint in the cake? Thinking of doing for the holidays and sprinkling crushed peppermint sticks over the glaze…which of course I could do without adding any flavoring…just wondering. Thanks!

    • — Lyn on December 28, 2023
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    • Hi Lyn, I think the peppermint would be a nice addition and the crushed peppermint sticks will look pretty – I’d love to hear how it turns out if you try it!

      • — Jenn on December 29, 2023
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  • Made this for Christmas and it was amazing. My husband is already dropping hints that I should make it again! Thank you!

    • — Lynn on December 28, 2023
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  • I made this cake for Christmas dinner dessert and it was a huge hit! I followed the directions exactly and did not make any substitutions. I found the cake easy to make (but not “quick and easy”: you do need quite a block of time to allow for the cooling), and the results were quite gratifying: the cake looks like a showstopper and tastes absolutely delicious. Already people are asking me when I’m going to make this cake again. Thank you, Jenn, for another winning recipe!

    • — mary kate on December 27, 2023
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  • I was having a hard time trusting the process when making this cake. The consistency looked off and it rose like a soufflé even though I didn’t think I over beat it. It looked ugly after baking; I almost threw it out. Instead I decided to continue the simple syrup glaze and then the ganache the next morning. I’m so glad I did! It was phenomenal!!! Everyone raved about it.

    • — Julie E on December 26, 2023
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    • Really happy to hear the recipe was a hit for you, Julie! Based on your feedback and a few comments from others about the cake being a bit dry, I’ve made a couple of small adjustments. I’ve slightly reduced the batter quantity (so the cake won’t rise too high) and shortened the baking time. After giving it another test run, I’m confident these tweaks will help everyone get more consistent results. Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts!

      • — Jenn on December 27, 2023
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  • Oh wow, this cake is amazing! If you are a chocolate lover, it is must. I made for Christmas and it was a hit. It is rich and just melts in your mouth delicious. Love it! I will make this again for sure!

    • — Zivile on December 26, 2023
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  • I usually love your recipes but this cake turned out very dry, despite the soaking liquid and the glaze. It’s possible that I made a mistake in my measurements, but I wouldn’t make it again to find out. The creamed spinach and mashed sweet potatoes were great, however!

    • — Kate Mai on December 25, 2023
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    • I’m really sorry to hear the cake turned out dry for you, Kate! It’s been a bit of a mystery why the results have been inconsistent. Just to let you know, I’ve gone ahead and made a few tweaks to the recipe after retesting it. Hopefully, this will sort out the issues for anyone else who tries it. Thanks so much for bringing this to my attention!

      • — Jenn on December 27, 2023
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  • This cake was so fun and easy to make, smells delicious!

    • — Giselle Peterson on December 24, 2023
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  • Hi Jenn:
    I’m wondering if I could use dark maple syrup in the glaze? With just the butter and sub in for the water and vanilla? Might this work, or will it mess with the flavour profile of the rest of the cake?
    Thank you.

    • — Wendy on December 21, 2023
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    • Hi Wendy, I don’t recommend it as it will add too much sweetness. Sorry!

      • — Jenn on December 21, 2023
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  • I LOVED THIS CAKE!! I have a family full of chocoholics so I strongly suspected this would be a hit, and I was right – it disappeared way too quickly! It’s really moist and completely chocolate-y! I was planning to take the Kentucky butter cake to a holiday celebration, but I’ve changed my mind and am going to bring this. Just be aware…if you love chocolate, it’s dangerously good and, as Jenn said, you WILL be tempted to shave off a little slice every time you walk by it!

    • — Jeanne on December 19, 2023
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  • I really wanted to like this recipe as I do like most of your recipes. This one surprised me. It was quite dry in spite of the buttermilk. Too dry to repeat.

    • — Esther Gasser on December 17, 2023
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    • Hi Esther, So sorry this turned out dry for you. Did you add the soaking syrup?

      • — Jenn on December 23, 2023
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  • Made it yesterday. Wonderful!

    • — Meg on December 16, 2023
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  • Jenn,
    when I asked about smaller Bundt pans this morning I was thinking one thing and typed something else. I did not mean to ask about 6 INCH pans… I have 6 CUP pans, and wondered if you thought I could sub two 6 CUP pans for one 12 CUP pan.
    UGH ! Brain disconnect !
    Your response was so kind and gentle though, and I just want to thank you for that gentle spirit.
    Gary

    • — Gary on December 15, 2023
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    • Ah yes that should work! Just keep in mind that smaller cakes generally bake more quickly than larger ones. I would start checking the 6-cup cakes around the 30 to 40-minute mark. Please LMK how they turn out!

      • — Jenn on December 18, 2023
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  • Or maybe use one full recipe for two 6″ pans?

    • — Gary on December 15, 2023
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    • And am afraid two 6″ pans will also be too small. Sorry!

      • — Jenn on December 15, 2023
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  • Good morning Jen,
    Your recommended Bundt pan is a 10″, 12 cup pan, but the pictures of the finished cake at the beginning of the post make it look… smallish. Is it possible to use a 6″ Bundt pan instead of 10″ without it overflowing?

    • — Gary on December 15, 2023
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    • Hi Gary, unfortunately, that won’t work.

      • — Jenn on December 15, 2023
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  • I have not made this yet, but it sounds wonderful. I am not a fan of sweets, but for chocolate I make an exception. Would it work to add some cocoa powder and/or coffee to the soaking liquid? If yes, how much would you suggest? I thought it might tone down the sweetness; and, can you ever have too much chocolate? (I will be making the recipe as published the first time I make it; I am asking about the soaking liquid, for when I make it a second time.) Thank you!

    • — K on December 14, 2023
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    • I wouldn’t recommend any cocoa powder, but adding coffee sounds delicious! I’d replace the water in the soaking liquid with coffee. Please report back and let me know how it turns out!

      • — Jenn on December 15, 2023
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  • Hi Jen,
    Can I freeze this cake?

    • — Carol LaFevrt on December 11, 2023
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    • Yep – see the bottom of the recipe for more freezer-friendly instructions. Hope you enjoy the cake!

      • — Jenn on December 11, 2023
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  • Hi Jenn – I only have a mini 8” Bundt pan so was wondering if that would work for this cake. If so, would I need to adjust the ingredients/bake time? Thanks in advance for your response.

    • — Leslie on December 9, 2023
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    • Hi Leslie, I’d cut the recipe in half. Bake time will be shorter, but I’m not sure by how much so keep a close eye on it. Enjoy!

      • — Jenn on December 10, 2023
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  • Hi Jenn,

    Your recipes have never failed me. I usually make them exactly as your recipe states. In this case, I’m wondering if I leave out the coffee? I do not like coffee at all, and can taste it in anything. Just like a bloodhound finds whatever it’s looking for. Your comment will be greatly appreciated!

    Thank you
    Deb

    • — Deborah Zuehlk on December 8, 2023
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    • Hi Deb, So glad you like the recipes! 😊
      You can just replace the coffee with water. Hope you enjoy the cake!

      • — Jenn on December 13, 2023
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  • Seems to be impossible to print now. Too bad…looks like a great recipe.

    • — Linda Friedman on December 8, 2023
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    • Hi Linda, can you give me a little more detail about where you’re encountering a problem? Maybe I can help troubleshoot.

      • — Jenn on December 10, 2023
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  • I don’t see the metric conversion for this recipe. Can you please add it? I can’t wait to try this. It looks delicious! Thanks!

    • — Peg on December 8, 2023
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    • Whoops! Thank you, Peg – they are now added. Hope you enjoy it!

      • — Jenn on December 8, 2023
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  • Already excited to try this and hoping my bundt pan is the correct size. Also thanks for the tips regarding the coffee! Great stuff as always Jen!!💛

    • — Gabrielle on December 7, 2023
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  • Can you use semi sweet chocolate chips for this or is it better to buy a bar and chop it up?

    • — Ann on December 7, 2023
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    • Hi Ann, I think you could get away with that here. LMK how it turns out 🙂

      • — Jenn on December 7, 2023
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  • Does it matter if you use decaf? And do you put the glaze on after the cake has cooled for a few hours?

    • — Judy on December 7, 2023
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    • Hi Judy, Perfectly fine to use decaf and yes, you want to wait until the cake is cool before adding the chocolate glaze.

      • — Jenn on December 7, 2023
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  • Do you think this cake would work with gluten free flour? I’m baking for someone with celiac… Thank you, I love all your recipes!

    • — Hilary on December 7, 2023
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    • Hi Hilary, I haven’t made this with gluten-free flour, so I can’t say for sure. (Oftentimes, readers will comment that they’ve adapted my baked goods to be gluten-free, but because I just published this recipe today, you’d be the “guinea pig.”) If you want to give it a try, I know a lot of readers have had great luck with Cup4Cup and King Arthur’s Measure for Measure flour. Please LMK how it turns out if you try it!

      • — Jenn on December 7, 2023
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    • I’d love to know how it turns out-I was going to ask the same question!

      • — Lauren on December 11, 2023
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  • Do you have another chocolate glaze recipe, without confectioners sugar?
    Thanks for your wonderful site.

    • — Chantal on December 7, 2023
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    • Hi Chantal, You could use chocolate ganache. I’d love to know how it turns out if you try it.

      • — Jenn on December 7, 2023
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  • We don’t drink coffee and have none in the house so was wondering if the cake can be made without it? If so, should I replace it with something else?
    Huge fan of your recipes and you are always my go to. Thank you so much!

    • — Ruth on December 7, 2023
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    • Hi Ruth, You can replace it with water. Please LMK how it turns out!

      • — Jenn on December 7, 2023
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    • You could go to a place like Wawa/Sheetz/7 Eleven etc. and get a small cup of coffee to go.

      • — Debra Funari on December 27, 2023
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