Renée is passionate about making and sharing ALL things delicious! Her happy place really is her kitchen where she loves whipping up memories with her family and friends. Raised in sunny Southern California she's spent her adulthood in Idaho, both sides of her great state. She's married to an amazing man, and together they have 5 children, who gave them five more, and now they have 28 grandchildren. So there’s always a reason to cook and celebrate around their place!
We're Alison and Renée, and we're so glad you've joined us! Our kitchens are our happy place, where we're whipping up memories. Get comfy and check things out. We hope you find inspiring dishes and ways to better your life. Feeling optimistic, trying new things and sharing with those we love brings joy in all we do. It's time to cook, create and celebrate. CHEERS! Read More…
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YUMMY…this looks so good to me…I will make it this weekend for sure! Thanks! Come say hi 😀
I think I just had a mini stroke while trying to eat my monitor 🙂 Wow, does that look delicious!! You have such awesome recipes. That would sure be a crowd pleaser in my house. Thanks for linking this to Woo Hoo! Wednesday.
2 yums up!! This looks amazeing!!
Oh my heck! Yum, yum, yum!!! I’d like a big plate of these right now!
Ummmm! That looks delish 😉 Love the photos and step by step directions. Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Oh my goodness! That looks absolutely yummy! I will give this a try. Thanks for sharing.
You should have seen my mouth drop open! LOL I love german chocolate cake so i definitely HAVE to try this!
It couldn’t get better could it? Thanks for linking to Tuesday Tastes! Polls just opened for the People’s Choice Award! Stop by and and vote when you get a chance -just click on your fav recipe!
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Oh WOW! This sounds amazing. I agree with the previous comment that my mouth dropped open at the sight of this. This is a must try in my house. Thanks for sharing.
I so love german chocolate cake. I haven’t had it in ages though! This looks heavenly, thanks!
I’ve never had german chocolate cake before, but it makes me want to try one. I like that it looks all gooey. Have a great weekend!!
This really looks good, I love coconut! :@)
Thank you so much for your nice comments on my bakers rack. I love your blog, and am going to follow. I like your layout,background,and photos. I am really loving this recipe..I will have to try it! Have a great weekend!
Cute title for this post. Lovin the fault line and will have to shake things around in my kitchen and repeat your recipe. Thanks for sharing. Oh and I can feel my hips getting larger after I force myself to have seconds of this one!
Oh my goodness – what a treat! Thanks for sharing the recipe 🙂
That looks to die for and super simple as well! I need to try this! I need a little more ooey and gooey in my life! 🙂
Thanks for the recipe!
LOL – love the 9.9 reference.
Hello! I’m a new follower of your blog via The Inspired Room! Oh my I’m really drooling over your photos of this awesome recipe! I’m a chocolate lover…and that creamy gooey goodness is just fabulous! Thank you for sharing!
Oh my! My husband LOVES German Chocolate cake! Can’t wait to make this for him. I look de-lish!
Thanks so much for sharing and I love the title!
Yummy! Thanks for passing that along! 🙂
could you tell me what a cube of butter is? thanks
Oh you are killing me here, seriously this is so decadent. This will beef up my super-hostess standings for sure.
You were featured on my blog, go check it out. 🙂
In the US and wondering — what exactly is meant by a cube of butter. Our butter comes in sticks that equal 1/2 cup of butter per stick.
Sorry everyone, after two comments regarding “a cube of butter,” I will change my recipe to 1/2 cup, or 1 stick of butter! Does anyone else use a cube of butter? Anyway, try not to get too shook-up over this Earthquake Cake…I promised after-shocks!
Oh yum. We had german chocolate cake at our wedding-this may do well for our anniversary!
This reminds me of my dad’s German chocolate upside down cake. Yum!! Thanks for linking for Friday Favorites!
It is in the oven and has 25 more minutes to go. I hope mine turns out like yours.
Oh, wow!! I’m so going to try this one out. Thank you for sharing.
Oh, I am drooling on my keyboard! This looks really delicious. Sounds perfect for a potluck. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
In the words of Rachael Ray–Yummo! This reminds me of the cheesecake brownies they used to have at Mrs. Fields/Great American Cookies……mmmm…can’t wait to try this!
I tried the cake this weekend with my extended family and they all loved it. My SNL even called her mom and told her about it and she called to ask us to save some for her b/c she’s coming up today. thanks a bunch.
YUMMMMM! Thanks for posting this on FTF!
I don’t think I ever told you how good this is! I had you bookmarked and wanted to make it today so I found you again. This is sooooooo good! And I love that it frosts itself. Thanks so much!