Monday, December 20, 2010

Candy Bar Dream Chocolate Cake Recipe

You will need 1 8oz package of cream cheese, cool whip, 1 package of chocolate pudding, Baileys Irish cream, confectionery sugar, milk to make pudding,
Assorted Candy Bars (pictured, Musketeer bars, Snickers, Nestles Crunch, Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, Kit Kat) others to include Mounds, Milky Way, Ferrara Rocher, Heath, Hersheys Almond, Malted Milk Balls, Butterfingers, Baby Ruth, etc.... just to name a few!
 1 baked favorite cake mix prepared by box directions  using a 13x9 sheet cake  greased pan  ( this is devils food chocolate cooled)
First Layer:
Cream cheese filling:
In a medium size bowl, blend together the first layer below set aside
1 package of cream cheese
1/2 cup confectionery sugar
3 tablespoons Baileys Irish Creme
Mix all together set aside.
Second layer:
1 package of chocolate instant pudding prepared by directions or regular cooked pudding

Third Layer Cool Whip Topping

Fourth Layer Candy Bars Crumbled

Bake cake, cool. Spread with cream cheese mixture on top. Add evenly across whole cake then the chocolate pudding on top of cream cheese filling. Spread with cool whip. Add crumbled candy bars in sections of each kind. One row of each kind. Refrigerate till ready to serve.


Bridgett said...

Claudia, I don't know how you make all this amazing desserts and stay so beautifully thin and lovely! This would be one of those desserts that just call your name in the middle of the night. How fabulous. Thank you for the kind comment you left me. It has been a pleasure getting to know you and being able to chat with you. Wishing you and your loved ones a wonderful holiday. Best wishes to you, my friend.

Shelby said...

Your a girl after my own heart Claudia. Sugar and booze, nothing makes a better cake! ;)

Belinda said...

Looks kinda dangerous. It's one of those dishes I would have no "stop" button for.

Trix said...

Oh my gosh. Claudia! I think I need a trip to the dentist from just looking at the photos!!! lol.

Claudia said...

What a wonderful creamy confection. All those children dreaming of sugarplums wouold switch their dreams to this.

Lazaro Cooks! said...

This chocolate cake is a dream for sure.

Happy Holidays to you and your family.

redkathy said...

Sugar buzz! Need to eat one of these babies before cooking Christmas Eve. said...

oh wow I have got to make this!

Velva said...

This is beautiful. More impressive it can be easily prepared. Love it.

Happy Holidays to you.


Design Wine and Dine said...

Wow, delicious! I can see I have missed many a post on your blog! That chicken and those cookies are beautiful too! Wonderful recipes for the season!

Diana's Cocina said...

Gorgeous and absolutely delicious treats, love the candy chuks on top...Merry Christmas!

briarrose said...

Neat recipe...looks like it zips together easy and is oh so tasty.

Leanne said...

This has everything good and holy in it.

alison said...

delicious dessert!

Evan B said...

Can I come over? I promise I'll save you at least one piece so you can eat some too! This looks sinfully delicious!