A request from Sue Strauser for a German chocolate sheet cake recipe where you put nuts, coconut and maybe marshmallows in a 9- by 13-inch pan before adding cake mix reminded us of an old-time cake called "Earthquake Cake."
Earthquake Cake Recipe | This gooey, chocolatey cake gets its name because the ingredients shift around during and after baking with the cream cheese mixture sinking into the cake and some of the pecans and coconut rising towards the top. It's unpredictable and delicious! Click for the recipe and short how-to video.
This Almond Joy Earthquake Cake is so fun to make! Earthquake cakes earned their name because they crack and rise randomly due to the rich cream cheese dollops placed throughout the cake batter. This version starts with flaked coconut and almonds, that’s smothered with a fudgy cake batter then swirled with dollops of a sweet...Read More »