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"Came out moist, chocolatey, and not too sweet! I used a 9x13 pan; It came out so tall I was able to cut it in half and put frosting in the middle! I also used cold coffee in place of the water."
Jul 6, 2010 on Food.com
"I added poppy seeds to make a lemon poppy seed cake. I liked the lemon flavor and thought it was a great coffee/tea cake because it isn't a hugely moist cake. The lemon syrup added a nice moistness and extra lemon flavor to the cake. I did the glaze also.
I cut the sugar in half in the cake, syrup and glaze. I thought it was sweet enough, my fa ..."
Mar 15, 2008 on FoodNetwork.com
"This is has a wonderfully delicate chocolate taste which mixes with the nutty flavor. It's a wonderfully spongy and light cake due to the egg whites. It all blends with the orange marmalade. It's delicious! A perfect cake for people watching carbs since it's practically flour free and doesn't have too much sugar. If you prefer a very sweet cake th ..."
Mar 10, 2008 on FoodNetwork.com
"So, the flavor is definitely chocolate-y. I put semi sweet chocolate instead of dark and milk. I also used extra light tasting olive oil instead of canola oil which was a mistake. The olive oil, even though it is extra light tasting, still left a certain flavor and smell. Definitely either use canola or safflower oil since those won't leave a smel ..."
Mar 8, 2008 on FoodNetwork.com