Easy Alabama Mud Cake Recipe
Now you can make this fancy Alabama Mud Cake Recipe for your whole family. This is a quick and easy dessert that you can make for any occasion. This makes a beautiful Valentine’s day dessert for that one you love. A romantic and delicious Alabama Mud Cake Recipe is just what you need to make his heart melt this Valentine’s Day.
Alabama Mud Cake
An absolutely divine smooth and lusciously creamy dessert for that special loved one this Valentine’s Day. Juicy Sweet Pineapples and Luscious cherries with mint chocolate, combine to make this sinfully delicious Alabama Mud Cake. The crunchy pecans and mint chocolate create the most decadent dessert ever. Traditionally speaking, the Alabama Mud Cake dates back to the early 1970’s. Historically, the Alabama Mud Cake was made with a crunchy frosting, to emulate the muddy Mississippi Riverbanks. Today, it is even served in upscale restaurants, often with rum infused whipped topping.
This wonderful dessert entree additionally provides Vitamin C in the Pineapple and cherries. Calcium and other nutrients are included to make this a healthy and delicious dessert. This Alabama Mud Cake is the perfect dessert to follow any meal. It is perfect for that specially prepared Valentines dinner. Serve this romantic divine dessert entree with a cup of Kahlua flavored coffee topped with luscious Whipped cream. Light the candles and prepare that special Valentines dinner complete with Creamy and so delicious Alabama Mud Cake. This lovely dessert goes well with almost any dinner entree. Whether you opt for tender grilled steaks or a Prime Rib done to perfect medium rare, you will find this dessert a perfect choice.
This wonderful Alabama Mud Cake can be prepared in advance and chilled for your dessert entree course. One taste of this ever so decadent Alabama Mud Cake and your special someone’s heart will be putty in your hands! Even though this is a perfect Valentines dessert for your loved one, it is also a dessert everyone will love. It is so simple to prepare that there is no doubt it will become a family favorite at first taste. Children love this Alabama Mud Cake with its juicy fruits and Chocolate Mint. You will find this Alabama Mud Cake a beautiful cake that makes a lovely dessert to take to the next Church Pot Luck. It packs well in a take and go covered cake pan to take it anywhere. So, you can even take it to the next office employee luncheon.
This lovely Alabama Mud Cake can even be baked in muffin tins for individual mini mud cake cupcakes. The mini Alabama Mud Cake muffins are wonderful for birthday parties. They also make perfect treats to send for your child’s next school party. Serve this at your next ladies PTA meeting or other social for an award winning reception by all attendees. Guests will be hoping you made two of these luscious Alabama Mud Cake’s! This Alabama Mud Cake goes great with coffee, hot chocolate, or about any beverage you choose to serve it with.
One thing is definitely clear about this divine Alabama Mud Cake, no matter whom it is served to or where, it will be loved. So, go ahead, make this Alabama Mud Cake, and see how fast it becomes a favorite. It is best served very cold so be sure to allow sufficient cooling time, before planning to serve. Enjoy with family and friends.
Have You Ever Made Alabama Mud Cake Before?
- 1 cup chopped pecans
- ½ cup chopped butter
- 20 oz can crushed pineapple with juice
- ½ cup mint chocolate chips
- 21 oz can cherry pie filling
- 18¼ oz devil's food cake mix
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F, and grease and flour a 9 x 13 inch pan.
- Pour the pineapple with juice into the prepared pan, spreading it evenly to create the first layer.
- Spread the cherry pie filling over the pineapple layer, then spread the cake mix over the cherry pie filling.
- Sprinkle the cake mix layer with the pecans and mint chocolate chips, then distribute the butter evenly over the top.
- Bake in the preheated oven for 40 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the center of the cake comes out clean.
- Allow to cool.
Photo Credit: Chocolate mud cake of Mucha Chocolate by Le ciel azuré, on Flick
The messier the better, is often the case with chocolate desserts, especially ones that are cooked so the chocolate goes all gooey and delicious. Who can resist Alabama Mud Cake? This dish is typical in the South but enjoyed all over the country, and its popularity has even extended into Europe and beyond. This recipe takes several easy to find ingredients and blends them in such a way that the resulting dessert is attractive, flavorful and sure to appeal to everyone at the dinner table. This is a simple dessert which is made in layers, and features fruit to contrast with the rich chocolate flavors in there.
Leave a Reply
- Top Dessert Ideas to Keep Them Coming Back October 9, 2015
- Tangy Lime Cupcakes with Poppy Seeds September 30, 2014
- No-Bake Cherry Cheesecake September 22, 2014
- Spiced Pumpkin and Sweet Potato Pie September 21, 2014
- Plum Strudel with Walnuts September 16, 2014
- Golden Rum Cake Recipe December 22, 2013
- Easy No Cook Banana Pudding Recipe December 21, 2013
- Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie Recipe December 21, 2013
- Cute Green Frog Cupcake Recipe December 21, 2013
- Recipe for Gingerbread Loaf December 20, 2013
- Almond Butter Cookies Recipe December 18, 2013
- Apricot Meringue Pie Recipe December 18, 2013
- A Simple Recipe for Egg Tarts December 15, 2013
- Easy Carrot Pudding Recipe December 15, 2013
- Chocolate Caramel Brownies November 28, 2013
- Strawberry Cheesecake Pudding Recipe November 25, 2013
- Home (49943 Views)
- Recipe for Gingerbread Loaf (32451 Views)
- Here are Some Easter Decorating Ideas for Cupcakes (18615 Views)
- Recipe for Rhubarb Bread Using Either Sour Cream or Buttermilk (17621 Views)
- Beauty is a Vanilla Icing Recipe for Cupcake (13829 Views)
- Golden Rum Cake Recipe (10610 Views)
- Cute Green Frog Cupcake Recipe (9815 Views)
- Crockpot Blueberry Coffee Cake with Vanilla (9483 Views)
- Celebrate the Day with a Lemon Frosting Gourmet Cupcake (9036 Views)
- Strawberry Cheesecake Pudding Recipe (8542 Views)