German chocolate

German chocolate

- Refers to Baker's German Sweet Chocolate, German being an employee of Baker who developed the sweet chocolate in the recipe.
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Choices include ice cream, strawberry shortcake, a multi-layer chocolate mousse cake, German chocolate upside down cake, Bananas Foster and creme brulee.
This can also be said of German chocolate maker Georgia Ramon, which features such white chocolate combinations as organic kale with mustard and salted Sicilian almonds with broccoli.
Duncan Hines Perfect for 1 is available in 18 flavors: Sunrise Varieties--Blueberry Muffin, Cinnamon Coffee Cake, Corn Muffin, Banana Muffin, Chocolate Chip Muffin, and Apple Cinnamon Muffin; Funtastic Flavors--S'mores Cake, Confetti Cake and Cookies and Cream Cake; Fruit Flavors--Strawberry Shortcake, Lemon Cake and Pineapple Cake; and Decadent Treats--Chocolate Lover's Cake, Brownie, Carrot Cake, German Chocolate Cake, Vanilla Bean Cake, and Caramel Cake.
It was actually a marketing coup by the German chocolate company Ritter Sport that first got unicorns galloping into German supermarkets.
The groom's cake was a raspberry-filled German chocolate cake coated in chocolate icing and topped with dark chocolate-dipped strawberries, raspberries, and chocolate shavings.
The dishes themselves range from Royal Chocolate Ruffle Cake; Baby Bliss Cupcakes; Spring Garden Jenny Cookies; and Cannon Cake Pops; to Eye Patch Rice Krispie Treats; German Chocolate Harvest Cake; Let It Snow Coconut Cake; and First Noel Fudge.
German chocolate cake was named after Sam German, the man who developed the first sweet chocolate cooking bar for Baker's Chocolate in 1852.
A classic dessert done to perfection, this is the quintessential German chocolate cake.
Available in three flavors--including Mint Chocolate Coconut and Dark Chocolate Coconut--our fave has to be their German Chocolate Coconut.
SeeNews) - Oct 4, 2013 - German chocolate maker Ritter Sport and Swiss peer Lindt & Spruengli (SWF:LISN) are competing for the number two place on the Austrian market, Wirtschaftsblatt said in its yesterday's issue.
Lindt, which traces its origins to a Zurich confectionery shop set up in the 1840s, has been fighting German chocolate maker Confiserie Riegelein since 2000 to try to stop it producing similar chocolate bunnies.
Most recently Hurt has overseen the successful integration of German chocolate manufacture Kakao Verarbeitung Berlin (KVB) into Cargill's cocoa & chocolate business, making Cargill the largest chocolate producer in Germany and the second largest in Europe.