Made with a coconut-pecan frosting and two or three tall layers of tender chocolate cake, German chocolate cake is one of our favorite old-fashioned desserts. Most people agree that the sticky, sweet, ultra rich frosting is the best part of the cake, and this recipe makes more than enough to cover the entire cake. Or you can frost the top of the cake and in between the layers, which will give you a little leftover frosting—never a bad thing. Fun fact: The name of this classic cake comes Baker’s German’s Sweet Chocolate, the brand of chocolate used, not the country.
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