Irresistable chocolate flavor. Simply Add: Eggs, butter, milk or water. 1951: Kathi Rainer Thiele GmbH, based in Halle (Saale), in the State of Saxony-Anhalt, is an award-winning innovator in a market leader in the cake mix segment in Germany. Founded in 1951, this third generation family owned company is known for enabling home bakers to produce great tasting and easy-to-make cakes, cookies, tortes, muffins, biscuits and pizza. The flour comes from certified grains grown in fields in Germany. This Package Contains: baking mix, cocoa powder, chocolate chips, cocoa glaze. Servings per Container: About 14. For more product & recipe suggestions go to: www.kathi.de/EN/. Product of Germany.
16.2 oz (460 g) x 8
14 per pack
You Will Need: 3 eggs, 7 oz (200 g) softened butter, 3-4 tbsp milk (or water). Preparation: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (180 degrees C). Baking Pan: 10 inches loaf pan. Preparation: Preheat oven. Combine base mix, cocoa powder, 7 oz (200 g) softened butter, 3 eggs and 3-4 tbsp milk (or water) in a mixing bowl. Beat with an electric mixer for about 3-4 minutes on high-level until dough is smooth and creamy. Gently fold in chocolate chips. Pour the dough evenly into a well floured and greased 10 inches loaf pan and bake as directed. Bake: Bake Chocolate Cake in preheated oven. After 15 minutes, use a sharp knife to make a 1/3 inch incision across top (lengthwise). Continue baking for approx. 35-40 minutes on middle rack until toothpick comes out clean (baking times may vary depending on oven type and altitude). After baking, remove pan from oven and let it cool down for a couple of minutes. Cocoa Glaze: Place cocoa glaze bag into hot water and remove bag after a few minutes, when glaze has melted. Cut off one corner, pour and brush glaze so that cake is fully covered.
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