Holy smacks. Have you seen the new Milky Way Simply Caramel BITES?
So beyond fabulous, mix them into a moist Chocolate Bunt Cake and you my friends have a delicious decadent dessert!
I know you didn't just come over here to drool over this right? You would love to learn how to make your very own party in your mouth..ok. ok… let's get on with the recipe then!
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So you have headed to Walmart shopped in the candy section and with your HOT Coupon for the goods up there, now we are ready to roll with creating an amazing easy Bundt Cake! Can we talk about this chocolate cake really quick. I wish I could tell you folks that I came with with this amazing moist sour cream bundt cake recipe all on my own..but that would be lying. I owe this cake recipe amazingness to Two Peas and Their Pod Blog. So head over and check out their rocking recipe to make the cake part to our creation.
Now that we have the cake mixture, pour half of it into your buttered/floured Bundt pan.
Fun Part::::Ready? Grab your Milky Way Simply Caramel BITES (note: I did chop mine up into smaller BITES so that they wouldn't sink to the bottom. I wanted them to stay in the middle of my cake)
Now go ahead and cover the BITES with the rest of your cake mixture! Bake that baby at 350 for about 40-45 minutes! Once it is completely cooled, you are ready for the glaze!
Let's talk Chocolate Glaze, can we? Why I love a good glaze…not as sweet as frosting and adds the perfect touch, PLUS looks so stink in' pretty drizzled over cakes! So I have to tell you something, this Chocolate Glaze recipe is kind of special. It happens to come from my best friends mother. Now this mother just isn't any mother, she is a darn good-root-tootin' mother and granny. On with the Glaze!
1/4 cup cocoa
3 tblsp water
2 tblsp shortening
2 tblsp corn syrup
1 1/2 cup powdered sugar
1/4 tsp vanilla
Cook first ingredients until melted. Remove from heat. Beat in sugar and vanilla, blend well. Pour over cake.
And over the cake it went, just.like.that.
P.S. This pairs fantastic with a scoop of vanilla ice cream - enjoy!