Pour into prepared pan and bake 40-45 minutes, until a wooden pick comes out clean. Cool 15 minutes before removing from pan. Decorate with frosting, or make a glaze of 1.5 cups powdered sugar, 2 Tablespoon milk or cream, liqueur to thin. I'd say that you could use a chocolate cake mix, kahlua or bailey's instead of amaretto, then melt a half cup of chocolate chips, 2-3 Tablespoon butter and maybe a bit of milk or cream, as needed to thin, and drizzle that over the top, and it'd look like you spent hours in the kitchen. I >know< that this recipe tastes good enough that you need super sensitive taste buds to know it started with a mix. Don't ruin it with a commercial frosting, though. There's absolutely no possible way to disguise >that< flavor. Recipe By: Antoinette Hartman Serving Size: dozen * The Polka Dot Palace BBS 1-201-822-3627.