Claim Jumper Chocolate Motherlode Cake | Junk Food Blog

29 June, 2008

Claim Jumper Chocolate Motherlode Cake

Claim Jumper Chocolate Motherlode CakeFew desserts are as impressive as seeing a "piece" of Claim Jumper's Chocolate Motherlode Cake delivered to your table.

The thing is massive.

But very delicious.

So, is a frozen version just as good as the one in an actual Claim Jumper restaurant?

I put that question to the test after the company sent me a box containing one frozen slice of the famed chocolate decadence. This box is actually available across the country at grocery stores, and is a part of a long series of Claim Jumper favorites designed for the freezer.

The instructions are pretty simple. Remove the cake from the box, and let it thaw for about 60 minutes.

While I'm not an expert on great tasting cakes, my wife is. She ate a whole slice, just as you see this picture, many years ago, for free. We were visiting a Claim Jumper restaurant, and after 20 minutes without a waitress asking taking our order, I complained to the manager. That's how I got the free Motherlode cake.

For this review, I did ask my wife to cut me off a small piece.

Claim Jumper Chocolate Motherlode Cake
I'd have to say, "yes", it really does taste like a fresh piece of cake from Claim Jumper. I actually let my piece sit underneath my desk lamp, and allowed it to assume room temperature more quickly. I found it quite soft and moist.

It's just as chocolatey, and the icing is just as gooey, the little chocolate chips inside are just as sweet, and the whole thing it's just as rich.

My wife says it was absolute heaven.

Well, I'm not quite the junk food junkie that thrives on chocolate cakes. I tend to snack on beef jerky, sunflower seeds, and oatmeal cookies when my wife bakes them.

But I know that junk foodies come in all shapes and sizes, and those wanting to pull one of these baby's out of the freezers for lunch, will definitely have to be of a certain shape and size.

You can see all of Claim Jumper's frozen offerings online here...

http://www.claimjumperretail.com/

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes, this Cake is Wonderful!!!
I have also been able to find the divine Chocolate Tortuga Rum Cake, and many other decadent treats at this website.

http://www.eastcoastbakery.com

Bobby on 9/26/2008 09:49:00 PM said...

Someone brought his to work once and it was amazing but now I feel I just have to share my friend. I want to make it for my friend birth day, today. Thanks ever so much.

Eric on 1/10/2009 11:10:00 PM said...

I know this site is called the Junk Food Blog but I've noticed that there are many foods listed here that sound quite good. Certainly not what most would consider to be "junk food".

I would like to add another great snack to that list. Deep River Snacks Gourmet Kettle Cooked Potato Chips. If you like the sound of a crispy, all natural chip with lots of flavor, that's not greasy, you'll love these.

Deep River Snacks is a small, gourmet snack company in Old Lyme, Connecticut, owned by a guy named Jim. Jim is a perfectionist and once you taste one of his 9 flavors of hand cooked chips, you'll fully appreciate his attention to detail.

Deep River Snacks has been on Rachael Ray's show (twice) as Snack of the Day, and in Bon Apetite magazine on their Top 10 List.

I live in CT and love their snacks. I'm not the only one either. Often when I'm standing in front of the Deep River display, someone will come up and make a comment about them being the best potato chips they've ever had. We'll even get into discussions about our favorite flavors.

They are All Natural and for anyone who has issues with Gluten, ALL Deep Rivers' products are GLUTEN FREE!

Jim is also big into helping others. The Reduced Fat Lightly Salted bag has the pink Breast Cancer Research ribbon on the front and a portion of the sales are donated to their organization. He also gives to several other charities as his way of saying thank you to his loyal customers.

I hope you'll give them a try sometime, they really are that good.

I've included the link to the Deep River Snack Shack, it's where you can go to order all of the Deep River Snacks products. Happy snacking!!!

www.deepriversnackshack.com

Anonymous said...

Some of the signitures are fake here. I had never signed this and I see my name here. Shameful.

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