17 responses

  1. Cindy B.
    Aug 02, 2011

    Thank you for sharing this – – A die-hard chocoholic fan!!!

  2. Barefoot Pregnant And In The Kitchen
    Aug 02, 2011

    I’ve never understood how someone could NOT be crazy about chocolate! I often get a craving for cakes but don’t make them all the time because of the amount of work. Why do I never make a sheet cake? If its just for the kids and my husband it doesn’t need 3 layers and fancy piping! thanks for the recipe I’ll be making some sort of sheet cake soon!!

  3. Deb @ knitstamatic
    Aug 02, 2011

    You and your husband are definitely made for each other…not chocolate fans. I think I will make this for a coworkers b-day next week.

  4. julie
    Aug 02, 2011

    originally known as the Texas Sheet Cake, however, this recipe is a “sure-thing” for any occasion :)

  5. Pam @ From Apples To Zucchini
    Aug 02, 2011

    I am so glad that you liked this – it was amazing! I think I am totally going to have to make another one and very soon!

  6. Katrina @ In Katrina’s Kitchen
    Aug 02, 2011

    I almost always pick vanilla over chocolate. But sheetcake? Well that’s a different story!

  7. Veronica
    Aug 03, 2011

    What a coinkidink! I made it after seeing the recipe on Pam’s blog too! I agree, it is a stellar chocolate cake.

  8. Donna
    Aug 03, 2011

    Chocolate sheet cake is one of my favorites! My step mom gave me a recipe years ago and it’s a family favorite. Love it with a cold glass of milk!

  9. sapir
    Aug 04, 2011

    looks great! thanks for the recipe! :p

  10. Anu
    Aug 06, 2011

    This looks great. Thanks for the recipe. Just a question on the cocoa…did you use natural or dutch process?

  11. kim
    Aug 10, 2011

    my mom has made this for years and it’s the best! i still beg her to make it for me even though i know how. the peanut butter version is just as good!

  12. Jen
    Nov 04, 2013

    Just checking, is ¼, 1 1/4, or just 1/4? What does the  stand for?

    • amanda
      Nov 04, 2013

      It’s just 1/4 cup. The formatting got screwed up after a blog crash but it should be fixed now. Thanks for reading and commenting! :)

  13. Susi
    Jun 17, 2015

    I have made this cake for many years and it was called Texas Sheet Cake. I make it with cinnamon in it and no nuts. It is wonderful!

  14. Wyatt Sales
    Jun 26, 2015

    This is the same thing as Texas sheet cake but very good

  15. TxGal
    Jun 29, 2015

    This recipe is pretty close to the old favorite called Texas Sheet Cake … except it doesn’t have any oil – just the butter- and usually calls for buttermilk vs sour cream.
    We always add a Tbsp of cinnamon to the cake, gives it a great Mexican chocolate kick !

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