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Chocolate Cake for for 12-15

jessinEC | Aug 22, 201106:35 PM     30

I'm in charge of making a chocolate cake for a birthday party on Wednesday. All of the recipes I have are for 8" or 9" cakes. I don't think that would be enough (even a 2 layer). I have a 10" bundt pan, a 10" springform pan and an 11" tart pan (removable bottom). I also have a 9x13 ceramic pan I use for roasting veg, but I'm not sure if baking in it is a good idea. (I don't have time to buy a new pan before Wed.) Does anyone have a nut-free amazing chocolate cake that is big enough and would work in one of my pans? Something intensely chocolate would be much-appreciated by this crowd. I made a flourless chocolate cake the other day that was fabulous, but much too small for my guests and it was so awkward cutting smaller & smaller pieces! I don't want that to happen again! Thanks!

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