Donna's 10 Layer Cake
2 boxes plus pudding cake mix (any flavor you like-my sister uses yellow, I used 1 yellow and 1 devil's food since that's what I happened to have on hand)
2/3 C veggie oil
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix above ingredients together. If using 2 different cake mixes, mix separate of course and just half the rest of the ingredients per cake mix). Grease and flour cake pans (I used 9in round-I have 4 of them and kept them in rotation). Pour enough of the batter to cover the bottom (about 3 serving spoons full). The layers will be thin. Place 2 pans at a time in oven and bake about 8 minutes. Cool completely and keep going until you have all the layers. Sometimes you'll get more layers and sometimes you make get less. Just depends on how heavy your pour is when adding batter to the pans. The more layers, the more dramatic a presentation.
While layers are cooling make frosting (if you want it to completely cover the cake you'll need to double this):
2/3C baking cocoa
1 1/2C evaporated milk
4 tbsp margarine
1 tsp vanilla
Place sugar and coca and salt in a saucepan over medium heat. Add milk gradually, stirring so the mixture won't become lumpy. Keep at medium heat until the chocolate begins to boil. Add margarine and vanilla. Mix will. Keep on low until all the layers are baked, stirring occasionally as you ice the cake.
once caked is completely stacked pour the rest of the frosting over the cake (the frosting will harden slightly-so don't eat it right away), let it drip down the sides. I did not double the frosting recipe so it didn't completely cover the cake. You can choose the double it or keep it as is.