Several years ago I found a recipe for the following cake and made it for my family. I had no idea the name of this dessert. After serving it, my adult adopted daughter said, “What is the name of this cake?” “It is delicious.” I told her “I have no idea.” She then said “Well it is damn good cake.” It is rich but so yummy. Need I say more? Mary Ann Quirk, Nashville TN
Damn Good Cake1 Devil’s Food Cake Mix
1 can of sweetened condensed milk
1 jar of caramel topping
1 large container of whipped topping
1 regular bag of miniature heath bars
Make the cake and bake according to directions on the back of the box. Use a 9 x 13 inch pan. While the cake is still warm, poke holes all around the cake with a fork and pour milk evenly over the cake. After the milk has soaked into the cake, open the caramel topping and pour it evenly over the cake. Let cake completely cool.
Unwrap all of the miniature heath bars and double bag the bars in one or two sealed sandwich bags. Set them aside. Ice the top of the cooled cake with the cool whip.
This next step is very important and quite easy to do. Take the sealed sandwich bags out to your car. Place the bags tightly against one of your back tires. Start your car and back over the bags and then forward over the bags. Continue several times, then get out of your car, turn the bags over and repeat the process until heath bars are crushed to your satisfaction. Bring bags in and scatter the heath pieces all over the cool whip.