If you're looking for the greatest Chocolate Earthquake Cake recipe, go no further. You've come to the right place. The finest dessert combo you can ask for is chocolate cake with cheesecake blended in. 

It's often difficult to pick between chocolate brownie-like cake and cheesecake for dessert, particularly since I like both. There's no need to pick when it comes to Earthquake Cake. For someone who likes both chocolate cake and cheesecake, this treat is ideal!!! 
Do you know what Earthquake Cake is? You're in for a treat if you've never tasted Earthquake cake before. This is a delectable dish that includes not just chocolate cake and cheesecake, but also a variety of other treats. This cake is wonderful, with pecans on the bottom, coconut on top, chocolate cake, and cheesecake on top. 

Cake never lasts long in my home. I never have to be concerned about the cake spoiling before it is consumed. If you are concerned that the cake will not be consumed in time, the Chocolate Earthquake Cake may be frozen. 
To freeze this cake, wrap it securely in plastic wrap and place it in the freezer. You may either wrap the cake whole or cut it into individual pieces and wrap each one separately in plastic. Cutting the cake before freezing allows you to take a single portion rather than the whole cake. Remove the cake from the freezer and place it in the refrigerator to defrost.


– A cake mix box, I used "German chocolate" for this cake. 

– An 8-ounces container of cream cheese. 

– 3¾ Cups.Of powdered sugar. 

– Eggs, I used 3 medium-sized. 

– 1⅓ Cups.Of water. 

– ⅔ Cup.Of chocolate chips. 

– ⅔ Cup.Of grated coconut. 

– ½ Cup.Of unsalted butter. 

– ½ Cup.Of chopped pecans. 

– ⅓ Cup.Of sunflower oil.  


– Step 1: To begin, I set the temperature of my oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and gently coated a 9--13-inch skillet with nonstick cooking spray. 

– Step 2: After that, I sprinkled the bottom of the pan with grated coconut, chocolate chips, and chopped pecans. 

– Step 3: Then, I combined the German chocolate cake mix with the sunflower oil, eggs, and water using a spoon or a hand mixer on low heat. 

– Step 4: Next, I poured the cake batter over the layer of coconut, chocolate, and chopped pecans. 

– Step 5: At this step, I mixed the softened butter with cream cheese, and melted them in a medium saucepan. 

– Step 6: And using a spoon or hand mixer, I whisked the powdered sugar over low heat until smooth over the melted combination of butter and cream cheese. 

– Step 7: Once completed, I put this mixture in the pan over an uncooked German chocolate cake, stirring the cake batter well using a knife. 

– Step 8: At this point, I baked the cake for around 35 to 45 minutes, until the cake did not jiggle when I moved it, cause a toothpick test should not work since the cake's consistency should be more viscous. 

– Step 9:And the Final step, is to enjoy this Earthquake Cake! And If any cake is left, refrigerate it.

Pecans are used in almost every Earthquake Cake recipe. It's the ideal nut to use in a recipe for Earthquake Cake. If pecans aren't your thing, walnuts may be replaced. In many recipes, pecans and walnuts may be used equally. That's it!! So try this Earthquake Cake recipe as soon as you can, and don't forget to tell us how it went with you!!!