Monday, September 22, 2014

{Guest Post} Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake

Happy Monday folks!  I hope you had a fabulous weekend!  Since I'm still on vacation, my wonderful friend, Tiffany is taking over my blog today with a delicious recipe.  Tiffany blogs about her adorable daughter, family activities, food and fitness.  I do her booty workout often!  Such a short workout will make you super sore the next day!  She also has a new found love of essential oils which you know I love!  Can I just be sappy for a second?  If you would have told me that you can become such close friends with someone you've never met through your blog before I became a blogger, I would have thought you were weird.  Now I know it's true and NOT weird!  Tiffany is one of my closest friends now and I so value her friendship.

Take it away Tiffany...

Hi y'all!  I'm Tiffany and I blog over at A Touch of Grace.  I am so excited to be here sharing this super easy and yummy recipe with you while Kelli is off gallivanting around Hawaii.  Lucky girl!

I know how much Kelli loves bundt cakes, so I thought this would be the perfect recipe to share!  I originally found this recipe on Shay's Mix & Match Mama foodie blog, but wanted to change it up a bit and try my own version.  I love chocolate in moderation, so making a whole chocolate/chocolate chip bundt cake was a lot of chocolate for me.

I also don't normally use boxed cake mixes, but I thought I'd stick with that and see how the cake turned out. And it was goooood.  Real good.

* 1 yellow box cake mix
* 2 small boxes of vanilla instant pudding
* 1/2 cup vegetable oil
* 1 1/4 cups water
* 4 eggs
* 1 full cup chocolate chips
* Powdered sugar for dusting

* Preheat oven to 350 degrees and grease your bundt pan.
* In a stand mixer with paddle attachment, or large bowl, combine all the ingredients except the chocolate chips and powdered sugar.  Mix until smooth.
* Fold in the chocolate chips.
* Pour into your prepared bundt pan and bake 40-45 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean.
* Let cake cool in pan for 10-15 minutes, then flip over onto a serving plate.
* Dust lightly with powdered sugar.

The cake is super moist (worst word ever) and not overly sweet, which I love.  So much so that I usually eat 2 pieces in one sitting.  Oops! :)

Thanks Kelli for having me!  Have a great day everyone!


  1. Oohhh man that looks delicious--thanks Tiffany!

    P.S. I hope you're having a GREAT time in Hawaii, Kelli! :)

  2. Looks and sounds delicious Tiffany. Seems easy enough to throw together too.

    Thanks so much for sharing.

    1. It was super easy! One of my favorite go to's now if I need to whip up something quick. :)

  3. I'll take some of this right about now please!!

  4. Aw, you're so sweet girl. Love the close friendship we've created through blogging. Hope you're having a blast in the islands! :)

  5. This looks so pretty! I've always wanted to try out one of her bundt cakes- I love the twist you put on it! Yum!

  6. Oh yummmmm. I have actually used this version of a recipe minus the chocolate chips so I KNOW this cake the the!! This looks so good, can't wait to try it! (And I'm totally laughing at your moist comment, hahaha! I always cringe when I type that too...I have a post called "Moist Chocolate Cake..ewww lol).

  7. You know what's funny? I know lots of people who hate the word 'moist' lol!! But this cake looks amazing!!!

  8. This looks just delicious! ANYTHING with yellow cake mix is fabulous in my opinion.


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