German Chocolate Cake frosting that is a sweet, caramel mix of coconut and pecans that can make you forget there’s cake. It is so simple and tasty that honestly I’m not sure it needs a cake. This paleo German chocolate cake is a winning combination of luscious dark chocolate cake and decadent coconut frosting. It’s easy to throw together, which I was thankful for because the kitchen was crowded with the rush to get dinner on the table. Insta-Spire Food && Fitness: Paleo German Chocolate Cake More.
Update: Please see my new Gluten Free German Chocolate Cake! Red White and Blueberry Popsicles recipe bomb pops paleo Probiotics Contain Gluten? Does anyone have any ideas as to what I must have done. It’s insanely easy and tastes spectacular. The other awesome thing that happened while I was making the German Chocolate Frosting, is that I inadvertently figured out a recipe for caramel! See what happens when you get in the kitchen and have no idea what you’re doing, Einstein stuff happens, that’s what. But anyway back to German Chocolate Cake. I was so excited to make these because well, chocolate was involved and I can’t tell you the last time I had German Chocolate frosting. Maybe even double the recipe for both the cake and the frosting and do a layer cake. I love layer cakes! You know what else I love? The 4th of July.
Click Here: Easy to Follow German Chocolate Cake Frosting RecipeAn easy German chocolate cake frosting recipe should always be simple. Get this all-star, easy-to-follow German Chocolate Cake With Coconut-Pecan Cajeta Frosting recipe from Food Network Magazine. Frost the cake with the German Chocolate Cake frosting (below) and serve. Cake Icing Gluten-free, Grain-free, Dairy-free, Refined Sugar-free, Paleo.