Delicious Dessert Cooked In The Crock – Chocolate Bliss Cake

This crockpot cake recipe is not ideal to serve for formal dinners because it’s not as perfect as a regular cake baked in the oven. However, if you are having friends over, and friends will eat anything, then you can serve this to them. It might not look perfect, but it tastes that way to me and my family! One time, I even caught my husband about to eat straight from the pot. That’s how irresistible it is! He couldn’t even wait for it to be fully cooked!


If you just want a heavenly dessert without too much of a hassle (you know, no ovens to clean or something), then this is the perfect recipe to try.

Once you taste it, you know it’s worth the wait!



1 box Duncan Hines chocolate cake mix
4 large Eggland’s eggs
3/4 c Wesson oil
1 c water
1 pt Daisy sour cream
1 small Jell-o instant chocolate pudding box
12 oz Toll House semi-sweet chocolate chips
1. Mix first 6 items well. (Mixer set to low.)
2. Add chocolate chips and mix in by hand.
3. Spray a large crock pot with non-stick spray. (If your pot runs a little hot, line it with heavy duty aluminum foil.) Cook on low for 4 to 5 hours. (DON’T OPEN THE LID!!!) Serve with vanilla ice cream and drizzle with chocolate syrup.



Quick Tip: You can try this recipe using vanilla cake mix, vanilla pudding, and white chocolate chips.

Thank you to Mostly Homemade Mom for this great photo.