Mini Chocolate Chips turn this yellow cake into a fun treat for a party or shower! Chocolate Chip Snack Cake is a dessert that will feed a crowd. It starts with a yellow cake filled with mini chocolate chips. It’s topped with a cream cheese frosting and more mini chocolate chips.
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Today is a fun day here at A Savory Feast! My blogging friends and I are throwing a virtual baby shower for Madison from A Joyfully Mad Kitchen. Madison is expecting her second baby boy any day now, so we are celebrating by sharing some tasty baby shower foods.
Of course, cake is a must for a baby shower! This Chocolate Chip Snack Cake is so easy to make. It’s great for a boy or girl baby shower or just about any party or celebration.
I tested out a couple different cake recipes to get just the right consistency for this cake. It’s a light, fluffy yellow cake that has just the right amount of sweetness. I am always up for something chocolate, and the chocolate chips in this cake add just a hint of chocolate.
The frosting is made from cream cheese, which is my favorite kind! It has such a great flavor. After spreading on the frosting, the cake is topped with even more mini chocolate chips. Yum!
There’s a special trick to adding in the chocolate chips so that they don’t all sink to the bottom of the cake. Take a little bit of flour and coat the chocolate chips in it before mixing them into the cake batter.
If you are throwing a shower or party, a sheet cake is a great way to save time and make things easier on yourself. You don’t have to worry about creating a layer cake or taking time to do a lot of frosting or decorating.
More Baby Shower Recipes!
If you are throwing a baby shower, be sure to check out these other great ideas for appetizers, desserts, drinks and more from my blogging friends.
Raspberry Shortcake Biscuits from The Speckled Palate
Lavender Curd Filled Donuts from Cake ‘n Knife
Strawberry Bellinis from Off the Eaten Path
Baked Lemon Hand Pies from Winstead Wandering
The cake recipe is adapted from Sally’s Baking Addiction’s Yellow Sheet Cake.