Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake

This cake is a winner!
1 pkg Duncan Hines Moist Deluxe yellow cake mix
1 pkg 3.9 oz instant chocolate pudding
2 tbsp cocoa powder
1/2 cup sugar
8 oz sour cream
3/4 cup vegetable oil
3/4 cup water
4 eggs
1 1/2 cups mini semi-sweet chocolate chips


Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Combine first four ingredients in a mixer until thoroughly blended. In a separate bowl, whisk together sour cream, oil, water and eggs until thoroughly blended. Turn on mixer and gradually add the wet mixture to dry mixture, stopping halfway through to scrape sides of bowl. Do not over-mix. Once mixture is combined, fold in chocolate chips.

Pour into a greased (Pam) fluted bundt pan and bake for 50–55 minutes. Allow cake to rest for 20 minutes.

I like to drizzle chocolate sauce over the cake and a nice scoop of ice cream! But, it is great without either. Be sure to try it and be ready to try it again and again.

12 thoughts on “Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake

  1. Sara..I tried this recipe and its just tooo delicious…you are right its great with or with out ice cream or chocolate sauce… fact Ive made two in just one week! just to keep the peace(people were sort of eyeing each others slice of cake)….it seems to disappear!…..thanks for the Daily Lily cooking section…this website has all one needs for spirit soul and body….(tummy too)….dj

    Does any one have a recipe for sweet corn pudding?

  2. Sara, This sounds wonderful. When I saw this recipe, I thought it was a test. I guess it would be if you added M&M’s to the cake:) Thanks for the recipe. I’m so glad that it is fat free!!!:)

  3. Yes! I wonder how it would taste with a dose of M & M’s ….

    By the way, I did taste this outstanding cake and I did notice that Sara got a bigger slice than mine. Humph.

  4. Thisl cake was absolutely delicious. It was delivered warm with the sweet aroma of chiocolate penetrating the air. We were sure an angel had brought it so we put aside our dinner and made haste to devour it on the spot. I thank anyone who taste it will certainly be motivated to make and serve it to their guest again and again.

  5. Dorothy shared a piece of one of her cakes with me and it was great! No wonder she had to make another. Thanks for sharing Sara and Dorothy. This is a good cake for chocolate lovers like me.

  6. Chickenfarmer, thanks for the tip on putting M&M candy pieces in this cake. Sounds like a great idea. I know that you have taken classes in cake baking and have done many outstanding and fun cakes for children’s parties, etc.

    It’s a great ideas. Maybe others would have some ideas that we could use for the chocolate chip or other substitutes.

  7. I was thinking, you could substitute vanilla pudding for the chocolate pudding and then substitute the chocolate chips with white chocolate chips…and omit the coco…and have a white chocolate chip bunt cake……(I dont know if they have white chocolate powder like coco)….I might try this one sometime just to see how it turns out….dj

  8. I tried the white chocolate chip and actually found white chocolate pudding mix and followed the recipe the rest of the way through omitting the cocoa though..and it turned out really moist and it was delicious…I took it to work to try it out and they loved it so now Im planning to make another ……but this was something I wanted to experiment with and try it out before posting ….just incase it was a flop!…..but it wasnt it was good……dj

  9. Those lilies that know me know that I never mind being a guinea pig when it comes to taste testing food! Serve it on DJ.

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