Thursday, February 7, 2008

Chocolate Paradise


Whether it's this delicious little chocolate brown hat created by my dear auntie.... or the scrumptious bars that just came out of my oven, chocolate reigns supreme (as they say in Kitchen Stadium).... Allez Cuisine??? Is that the rest of it?? Today was a wild blast of student flurry match the snow pelting outside. We had called off yesterday a bit prematurely since temps never really slid below freezing despite the forecast. So today, come you know what or high water we went. I actually needed a day with my kiddos since I'd been gone. Tomorrow (actually later today) is parent teacher conferences for mid term. Think of me from 1 until 6.... I actually enjoy them... I have taught in this same system since 1975... so most of the parents I had as students.... It makes me feel so grounded (no, not old... just grounded... haha...)

German Chocolate Bars (actually another variation of Ooey Gooey Cakes)

Mix together:
2 eggs
1 pkg. German Chocolate cake mix
1 stick butter

Pat into 9 x 13 pan.

Sprinkle over top of this:
1/2 c. toasted cocoanut
1/2 c. toasted pecans
1 pkg. semi-sweet chocolate chips

Top layer: Mix together

1 stick melted butter
1 pkg. 8 oz. cream cheese
1 egg
2 c. powdered sugar
1 t. vanilla

Spread over top and bake at 350 until lightly brown (about 50 minutes).

Let cool and YUM-O

Have a delicious day...

13 comments:

Becky K. said...

That recipe looks to die for!
Oh my goodness. And in this house I am the only one who likes coconut...does that mean I should make it and eat it all myself or make it when we have company...hmmm...
Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Hope your parent teacher conferences go well...it is nice to be "grounded"!
Becky K.

Megan said...

I can't wait to try that recipe! I am a german chocolate and ooey gooey cake fanatic! Maybe I'll make it for myself tomorrow. I'm so glad you gave me your blog address again. I love your blogs! :)

black eyed susans kitchen said...

Ah yes, the love of a woman for her chocolate...I will be trying this recipe. Have a wonderful weekend. Susan

Mary Isabella said...

Wow!!!! I can feel a sugar rush> LOL Looks so yummy...Smiles

Holly (Nickname) said...

Hi Gayla~
Thanks for welcoming me into blog land!!Your blog looks great and I am looking forward to settling in and getting to know all of you!
Thanks again!xxxooo Ruth

Nan said...

Thanks for the recipe. Anything chocolate is good in my book!
Hugs,
Nan

GardenGoose said...

Hi Gayla..
the recipe sounds oooh so delish and rich.
love that vintage hat..I have a small collection of vintage hats and purses..I guess I ought to take pictures and share them one day.
hope the parent/techer conference went well.
have a great week!
Tina

Megan said...

Well, Allison and I made this recipe on Sunday. DELICIOUS! Check out the pictures. I can't wait to try more of the recipes on your blog! :)

Terri and Bob said...

MMMMMMM! My husband loves german chocolate. I can't believe that there is a chocolate I don't like but this is it!

Dena ~ swaddlecottage said...

Oh chocolate, the soother of all things big and small and now I must go find me a morsel or two or three!

Hugs,
Dena

ohiofarmgirl said...

Now that sounds like some teaching career...I don't know how you have hung in there that long. I am ready to put down my teacher hat...just 3 more years to go. Dianntha

Julie said...

I have been away covering a horse show and now am playing catch up on my favorite blogs! Happy Valentine's Day!

NAME: CIELO said...

Oh how pretty! and the recipe looks to die for! Now I want some german chocolate cake!

Have a marvelous weekend my friend!

Cielo