Makenzie’s Deadliest Chocolate Frosting

When I bake I have an idea of what I want my creation to taste like. I usually know what ingredients I am in the mood for. Then I go on Pinterest and type in specific details and watch the recipes roll in. I always use a combination of recipes and create my own little mix.

Before I go any further let me remind all of you that I am a huge fan of chocolate. The darker the better! I work out like a horse and eat healthy all the time so when it comes to my treats…DON’T PLAY WITH ME!

So without further ado let’s get to this recipe. Only three ingredients are needed to make this delicious, mind-blowing frosting.


  • 2 12 ounce packs of dark chocolate morsels
  • 1 half stick of butter
  • 2 cups whipping cream

Put your heat on low add the butter, after it’s fully melted add chocolate chips. Continue to stir slowly and make sure everything is melted.

In a mixing bowl add 2 cups of Heavy whipping cream. Whip until peaks are formed and then add to your chocolate mixture. Gently fold for two minutes. The purpose of this is to make sure that everything is melted and smooth.

Add the mixture back into your electric mixer.

Now at this point you have a couple of options. Option one, placing your chocolate into the refrigerator for two hours. This will make the chocolate thicken and spread easily onto your 3 layer cake.

Second option serve it warm onto your three layer cakes.

Please watch the short video and enjoy making Makenzie’s Deadliest Chocolate Frosting.

Please refer to my previous post for the 3 layer chocolate cake recipe.

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