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#1 by valerie » Wed Nov 16, 2011 13:08

It's driving me crazy as I cannot find the recipe. Maybe someone will see this and know what recipe I am referring to.

It's a chocolate chip bread recipe that uses yellow cake mix, chocolate pudding, canola oil, chocolate chips...and not sure what else is included in the ingredients or how much.

If anyone has it, I'd like to have it please. :mrgreen:
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#2 by cashclix » Thu Nov 17, 2011 10:38

I have not heard of this recipe however,
I do have a most delicious and mouth watering chocolate chip banana bread recipe that I would be pleased to share..
Meanwhile, I shall keep my eyes open.
Do you have a betty crocker cook book?
If you are interested in the banana bread (easy) recipe, just say the word and how I may get it to you.
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#3 by valerie » Fri Nov 18, 2011 00:23

I use to have cook books but they all burnt up when my house burnt up.

Does not matter because can find most recipes on the internet now.

I did see some chocolate chip banana bread recipes. I was just hoping to find that particular one.

If you do ever come across it, let me know.

Thank you.
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#4 by homebasedjob » Fri Nov 18, 2011 02:27

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#5 by valerie » Fri Nov 18, 2011 02:45

Yes I did try googling it. What comes up is mostly the banana chocolate chip bread and the recipes are nothing like the one I am looking for.

The one I am looking for uses a yellow box cake mix, jello chocolate pudding, chocolate chips, canola oil, eggs...maybe something else.

Maybe it is not out there any where.

I met a little elderly lady in the store and she had a cart full of yellow cake mix, chocolate pudding, etc. I'm kind of tall and she ask me if I could reach the chocolate pudding for her that was high up on the shelf and I did. We got to talking and she said she was going to make 64 loaves of chocolate chip bread. I said WOW, that's a lot of bread. She said she has been making it for many years and she makes it for fun for the police, fire department, etc. She did not have the exact recipe with her. I was kind of in a hurry and I told her I would look online as it is probably listed some where. The way she described it, it sounds very good.

Anyway, I can't find it. I think the key in finding it is the yellow box cake mix and the chocolate pudding. I've tried with no luck yet.
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#6 by valerie » Fri Nov 18, 2011 02:53

I think I have found very similar to it. This is a bundt cake recipe but sounds like the same ingredients.

Chocolate Pound Cake
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#7 by bpizor » Mon Nov 28, 2011 07:49

I remembered my wife making something like this a couple of years ago for the holidays, was really good. I asked her and she said this is a good recipe for Chocolate Chip Cake Bread.

Happy Baking,

Bob P


18 ozs yellow cake mix
4 eggs
1 cup milk
1/2 cup oil
1 tsp vanilla
31/2 ozs instant vanilla pudding
12 ozs chocolate chips
4 ozs german chocolate (grated bakers squares)

Mix cake mix, eggs, milk, oil, vanilla and vanilla pudding mix.
Stir in chocolate chhips and grated chocolate.
Pour into bundt pan and bake at 350 for 1 hour.
Cool and dust with powdered sugar.
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#8 by valerie » Mon Nov 28, 2011 09:30

You know what, I think that is very close to what I am looking for.

I think probably the only difference is in the pudding and chocolate squares.
The recipe I'm looking for does not call for chocolate squares but does call for chocolate pudding....and I just betcha that is about the only difference. I'm going to use this recipe and try it with chocolate pudding and leave off the chocolate squares. I'll let you know how it turns out that way.

Thanks, much appreciated.
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#9 by bpizor » Mon Nov 28, 2011 21:52

Glad to help :) Good luck.
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#10 by valerie » Tue Dec 13, 2011 19:17

Gonna bump er up a moment as I am getting ready to make this.

Ok it's in the oven. The only thing I changed in that recipe, bpizor, is the number of grated chocolate squares.
I wasn't sure about how fine they should be grated. Rather than put them in the food processor, I grated them
with the hand grater. I got tired of grating them and only used two squares instead of four.

I was tempted to put walnuts in it but I didn't. Also, I know the lady that told me about the recipe used
chocolate pudding but I stuck to the recipe posted. I'm also baking it in a bunt pan as stated. I'll see how
it turns out and I might try it again with chocolate pudding, skip the chocolate squares, add some walnuts,
and pour into small loaf pans.
Last edited by valerie » Tue Dec 13, 2011 20:22 » edited 1 time in total
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#11 by bpizor » Fri Dec 23, 2011 23:03

Walnuts is a great idea. I will have to tell my wife to add walnuts the next time she makes it. I think chocolate pudding would be good also.

So how did it turn out?


-Bob
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#12 by valerie » Fri Dec 23, 2011 23:16

It turned out good but not as good as I would like. It was very good, rich, for what it was.
I was just expecting more of a giant brownie, I guess. :P
Too many chocolate chips. It tasted like a giant chocolate chip.

I think the next time I make it, I will use the chocolate pudding and put nuts in it.
Also, I will cut down on the amount of chocolate chips.

I froze half of it.
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