Earthquake Cake begins with a German chocolate cake mix box and then adds coconut, chocolate chips, pecans, and a perfect swirl of cream cheese! 

You don't have to prepare a frosting for this cake, because INSIDE the cake, the cream cheese mixture becomes a layer of frosting. After baking, it cracks open, resulting in the name: Earthquake cake! For a gathering, it's one of the best cakes to serve.

_To Make It I Used: 

• A box of {German Chocolate CakeMix}. 

• 1/3 C.Of canola oil.

• 3 large eggs.

• 1+1/3 C.Of water.

• 2/3 C.Of shredded coconut.

• 2/3 C.Of chocolate chips.

• 1/2 C.Of chopped pecans.

• 1/2 C.Of unsalted butter.

• 1 C.Of cream cheese.

• 4 C.Of powdered sugar.


• The oven should be preheated to 350 degrees F. 

• Spray lightly with a non-stick cooking spray on a medium pan, I used 9.13". 

• Sprinkle the bottom of the pan with the shredded coconut, chocolate chips, and chopped pecans. 

• Using a hand mixer to combine the German chocolate cake mix with canola oil, the three large eggs, and water. 

• On top of what we sprinkled in the bottom of the pan, pour in the cakemix batter. 

• Melt the butter with the cream cheese in a saucepan. 

• Using a small spatula, beat in the powdered sugar until the combo is smooth. 

• Spread this mixture in the pan on top of the uncooked German chocolate cake and use a knife to swirl in the cake mix. 

• For 30 to 40 minutes, bake it. 

It is finished when you put a tester In the center of the cake and it will be clear when you remove it 

Enjoy It! You can store it in the fridge!!!