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Whipped Chocolate Coca Cola Poke Cake

By: Kim Lange from
Whipped Chocolate Coca Cola Poke Cake
Whipped Chocolate Coca Cola Poke Cake

"If you know someone that loves chocolate cake (duh) poked in the chocolate coke ‘tres leches’ fashion and has a fluffy whipped chocolate and coke infused whipped cream topping, you’ve come to the right place. What I call ‘tres leches’, a cake soaked in three kinds of milk: evaporated milk, condensed milk, and heavy cream, isn’t a true ‘tres leches’, in this cake. But it is reminiscent of that because the cake is soaked in a creamy chocolate cola sauce. Put everything together and you get a wonderful throwback of a old-time chocolate coke recipe where this 1950’s chocolate coke originated from when diving into this cake."

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I have heard of that chocolate coke before, but never had the chance to try it - I think that it was well before my time. I did, however, have a chocolate soda before that came from an Italian specialty market, and it was great! Does anybody remember "Hubba Bubba?" It was a bubble gum flavored soda that was popular in the early 80's. I miss it!

I'm familiar with poke cakes and this chocolate one sounds like one I need to try. I know coke has been used as an ingredient in a whole host of recipes, but this is a new one for me. I seem to recall my mother having a chocolate coke from time to time at the local soda fountain. I never cared for that taste, but I can see how it might work in a cake. It's worth a try since now I'm curious as to what the addition of coke brings to the overall taste.

Oh my gosh. This cake looks drool-worthy. It may not be the healthiest, but sometimes you deserve to cheat!

I've made a version of this type of cake before but never with soda. I wonder what difference it makes? I brought my version to girl's night one time and everyone LOVED it and they all asked for the recipe. I will definitely try adding the soda because I'm SO curious as to the difference it will make. Thanks for sharing. It looks delicious!


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