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#50 Gingerbread Icebox cake with Mascarpone Mousse

This one I thought was the most intimidating-looking recipe in the book. The image made it seem very complicated and not all that tasty (to my carmel-loving tastebuds). Boy was I wrong. One of the easiest in the book and … Continue reading

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#49 Ozark Pudding Cake

I made this cake for a ladies’ night Christmas party, which was a ton of fun. Ornament exchange (so much better than white elephant!), Christmassy games, and, of course, FOOD. In the book she says that the original form of … Continue reading

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#44 Coffee Crunch Spiral

I can’t believe I only have 8 more cakes after this! The end is near and it will be bittersweet when it comes. I have really enjoyed making all these cakes, and I’m sure I’ll find something else to dive … Continue reading

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#42 Shoo-fly Cake

This cake was fairly easy but also an adventure. In the book she often has you use a 9 x 2″ round cake pan for the one-layer “quick cakes”, but more than once, the batter has filled the pan to … Continue reading

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#33 Nectarine-Oat Upside Down Cake

Another upside-down cake. This one called for free-stone nectarines. I remembered that I needed nectarines when Ian and I were at the Saturday Farmer’s Market so I grabbed 4 ripe ones. I didn’t know that they needed to be free-stone … Continue reading

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