This was done before I left to college, as my parting gift to my family. It’s nothing special, just a chocolate cake. What is rather comical about it is I used a donut-shaped mold to make it that a friend gave me for my birthday. This one to be specific.
Another thing is the frosting. To those of you that don’t know, frosting, when heated, becomes thin but still viscous, like a glaze. I heated vanilla frosting in the microwave (in a microwave safe bowl, of course), and drizzled it over my giant donut. It seeped into the pores of the cake really well, penetrating the chocolate with hints of creamy vanilla. So, if you ever want to fancy up a cake or cupcakes, I would try this neat little technique.