Miracle Whip Chocolate Cake #Recipe

recipe, chocolate cake

Recipe from www.food.com

Makes a nice moist, dense cake with no extra eggs or butter.
 Everything you need is in the Miracle Whip!


  • 1 1/2 cups sugar
  • 1 1/2 cups Miracle Whip (I used light.)
  • 1 1/2 cups water
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 6 tablespoons cocoa
  • 3 cups flour
  • 3 teaspoons baking soda
  • Icing


  • Mix sugar, Miracle Whip, water, vanilla and salt together well.
  • Add flour, cocoa and baking soda.
  • Beat well with an electric mixer.
  • Pour into greased 9 x 13 pan.
  • Bake for 45 minutes at 350
  • Icing cooled cake


  • I mixed everything by hand and used a round spring form pan. 
  • Baking time was 65 minutes for my thick round cake.
  • I used store bought icing and used a star tipped icing bottle to make the pattern.
  • My cake split along the top. (If you know why, please comment with the reason.)
  • I covered the split with icing.
  • The white flecks in the cake slice picture is the Miracle Whip, if I had an electric mixer it probably wouldn’t have that. 
  • I served it at Christmas dinner and everyone really enjoyed it.

Miracle Whip, Chocolate Cake, Recipe

Miracle Whip, Chocolate Cake, Recipe
Miracle Whip, Chocolate Cake, Recipe
Miracle Whip, Chocolate Cake, Recipe
Miracle Whip, Chocolate Cake, Recipe


  1. Looks delicious! Would love for you to link up to Wonderful Food Wednesday. I know my readers would love this recipe.


  2. That looks delicious! I love the decorating and anything with chocolate is always yummy :)

  3. Looks delicious!! and so easy to bake

  4. I love the way you decorated it, I hate it when cake splits like that too. not sure why it does sometimes

  5. There are a number of reasons a cake might split on top. Temperature of the oven, temperature of the ingredients, overworked batter, placement of the cake pan in the oven {middle rack, centered from sides and elements}. Cakes are fickle like that.

    I’ve gotten in the habit of dropping/rapping the filled cake pan on the counter before putting it into oven to release air bubbles. When cooking a spongecake, I also drop the cake pan on the counter once it’s out of the oven, otherwise the cake might collapse in the center. :)

    The science that is tied to baking is why I used to hate baking! LOL Your finished cake looks great and I’m sure no one complained :)

  6. It sounds delicious and is decorated like those delicious McCain ones that I used to buy at the store. Homemade is always better!

  7. YUM! One of my favourite desserts is chocolate cake, and this one looks wonderful! I have never tried Miracle Whip in an actual cake and had never thought of using it for something other than a topping.


  8. This looks fabulous! Not to mention it is decorated so nicely! And, anything that’s chocolate, I love. Of course, I would probably eat mines without going thru the decorating part. I’m sure that I would be too impatient to wait to eat it. Visiting from http://makeitorfixit.com. Stop by when you get a chance.

  9. Oh so yummy looking! Thanks for sharing & linking up. I hope to see you again this week @ DearCreatives.com party. Have a great weekend.


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