Whoa, even being the celeb junkie that I am, I feel like this week has been overloaded with celeb news. Between Kylie Jenner having her baby, JT performing at the Super Bowl (and adding KC to his tour list!), the Spice Girls announcing their world tour, Michael Buble sharing his wife is pregnant (no one probably noticed or cares about that but…#MBforever), how has anyone gotten any work done?!
And, this isn’t celeb news (well, it kind of is to me) but Shake Shack is coming to the Plaza this fall! I probably bring up to my BFF who lives in New York weekly that I would kill for a Shake Shack burger. I try to avoid red meat all together but every few months a cheese burger sounds amazing. After I heard the Shake Shack news yesterday, I proceeded to go to Freddy’s (a good, but not even comparable substitute) to get a single cheeseburger and large fry. Their fries are good but my goodness they’re unsatisfying! They are so tiny that I would need at least double the amount to feel satisfied, ha! I digress.
Everything that was just said has nothing to do with this chocolate chip bundt cake…but that’s pretty much how my week as gone (all over the place!). I made this cake for the Super Bowl and it was so good! I am normally a completely from scratch kind of girl, which is ironic considering my last two recipes posted have been with a cake mix base. However, you gotta love a fancy, TASTY, dessert that can come together with little to no effort.
Without further ado, here is the most MOIST (sorry), chocolate-y, goodness of a cake that doesn’t even need frosting to taste delicious.
Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake
*1 box yellow cake mix (I used Betty Crocker)
*1 box (3.8 ounce) Devil’s Food Instant Pudding Packet (you could use chocolate too)
*1 cup vegetable oil
*¼ cup water
*1 cup sour cream
*1 tsp vanilla
*1 cup chocolate chips (I use semi-sweet)
- Preheat oven to 325 degrees
- Whisk together oil, water, eggs, sour cream, & vanilla
- Mix in cake mix and pudding packet
- Once combined, fold in chocolate chips
- Pour into a greased bundt pan and bake for 45-50 minutes
*My biggest piece of advice in baking is do NOT over bake!!! I always err on the side of under than over!