Step 1: Preheat oven to 350 ° C. Lightly grease a 9x5 inch loaf pan, or make cupcakes, use the liners.
Step 2: Sift together flour, sugar, cocoa, baking soda and salt.
Step 3: Add oil, vanilla, vinegar and water. Mix (with blender) until smooth.
Step 4: Pour into prepared pan and bake on the grid below 350 ° F for 30-45 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean. Remove from oven and let cool.
Step 5: German Chocolate Cake Frosting:
In a medium saucepan, combine the soy milk, coconut milk, sugar and vanilla together.
Step 6: Add the cornstarch mixture and cook over medium-high heat, stirring constantly, until mixture boils and thickens.
Step 7: Cook for one minute after boiling. Remove from heat and stir in coconut and pecans.
Step 8: Let cool for about 10 minutes (mixture should be still warm) before spreading on the cake.
Step 9: For an impressive presentation, try to fill the cake with icing. It is a pleasant surprise and it looks pretty too.
Step 10: Take a sharp knife and cut a small square in the center of the cupcake- careful not to cut through the background.
Step 11: Carefully remove the square, cut inside and keep the "topper".
Step 12: Using a spoon, fill with frosting and replace the topper. The gel, as habitud.
I made this frosting last night and it was excellent! Next time I will use brown sugar instead of white to get the rich carmel color of the non-vegan version. Instead of her recipe, I did the 7-up Duncan Heinz German Choc Cake mix. DELISH!Posted the 02/10/2013, 13:52 | i cooked this recipe
Terrific recipe!!!''the frosting came out great! I made it for my non vegan coworkers..they loved it!!..I will make plenty more ..and with the holidays coming....PERFECT TIMING!!!!Posted the 26/09/2014, 14:34
Tastes just like regular German Chocolate cake, but without the high calorie butter, eggs or milk. Thank you for the wonderful recipePosted the 27/03/2013, 01:08
all my non vegan friends LOVED it
I doubled the recipe and made a beautiful and delicious two-layer cake! Such an easy recipe, too! No need to double the frosting, btw - I had a ton left over. Luckily, it was good enough to eat with a spoon like puddingPosted the 23/09/2012, 00:42