Momentum: something I’m sorely lacking tonight. It’s 11:30 pm and I’ve been staring at the M-word for several hours, trying to come up with something super-encouraging to talk to you about. Inspiration hasn’t hit me yet. But I did get hungry. In fact, I’ve started craving chocolate. And that reminds me of the cake I used to bake–before we gave up eating sweets. 🙁
So now I have momentum and motivation because I want to share my recipe with you.
This is the perfect recipe if you’re a dieting writer or a writer on deadline, or a writer who has written all day and forgotten about baking a cake for the church social or book club.
This is a busy writer’s cake that will come to your rescue over and over again because it only has two ingredients. It’s good and it’s a no-brainer.
Take your favorite chocolate cake mix and pour in one bottle of Chocolate Slim-Fast. Mix well. You can bake in a sheet pan, cup cakes or traditional rounds. Just follow the baking directions on the box. This cake is super moist and delish. Feel free to pile on the whip cream and drizzle chocolate syrup. Bake nuts in it, or sprinkle on top. Anything goes, get creative, because this is a writer’s cake! It can be as complicated or as simple as you want it to be.
Charles Gramlich says
Way to think on your feet!
Jessica Ferguson says
Ha! Made my brain hurt, Charles!
Heather Duff says
Thank you for confirming that momentum was somehow connected to chocolate. I’ve secretly held this belief for years. It’s about time someone shines the spotlight on it.
Angie Kay Dilmore says
I love chocolate anything!