This recipe comes from A Collection of Favorite Bunco Recipes. I play Bunco once a month with my cousins and aunts. A few of the cousins play Bunco with another group as well. They created a cookbook as a fundraiser for Accessible Play, Inc.—a nonprofit 501(c)3 Missouri corporation formed by residents of Florissant. Check out their website for more information at: www.accessibleplayinginc.org
My cousin Sharon contributed the recipe Hot Fudge Cake—I was thinking of listing it here, but now I’m thinking since this organization is such a worthy cause, why don’t you order a copy of the cookbook and help out? Or send me a little cash that I can donate to the organization and I’ll send you the recipe ☺.
You combine the first 4 ingredients, add the next three, spread it into a pan. Then combine the next two ingredients and sprinkle that on top. The magic comes in the next step.
It’s super-dooper easy and interesting how it turns out.
A word of caution, the first time I made it in an 8x8 pan, it bubbled over. I had taken it to a class. When we ate it, it was no longer warm, but good.
The second time I made it (for my sister’s birthday dinner--see Lynn, What’s for Dinner? - Weiner Schnitzel), I used a bigger pan and served it warm on top of already prepared ramkin cups full of vanilla ice cream (Haagen-Dazs® no less). It’s not real pretty looking, but if you like hot fudge sundaes, I’m guessing you’d like this.
Rating & Type: E