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Million Dollar Hot Fudge Cake

By: Jen from Yummy Healthy Easy
Million Dollar Hot Fudge Cake
This image courtesy of yummyhealthyeasy.com

For a decadent, chocolate dessert that will become your new favorite nighttime treat, try out this Million Dollar Hot Fudge Cake. This easy chocolate cake is fudgy, gooey and simply irresistible. Using the slow cooker to make this chocolate fudge cake recipe helps to keep both the prep time and the cleanup time to a minimum. As the cake cooks, the outsides will become slightly crisped, while the middle turns into a chocolate-lava consistency. Serve this delicious cake with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Serves6

Preparation Time10 min

Slow Cooker Time HIGH3 hr

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Do you brown the flour or microwave it before adding it to the mix? I know some recipes I have call for nuking the flour for about 30 seconds or so before adding it to the mix because it takes out the raw flour flavor. I like using this method when I make cookies because it gives them a much richer flavor.

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