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This Cake Is Spelled D-E-E-E-L-I-S-H!
Who here swears by their morning cup of coffee? I’m sure if I could see everyone reading this, I’d being viewing a sea of raised palms. If I don’t get my coffee in the morning, life just doesn’t happen. Mama needs her java! What if you could pair that cup of Joe with a slice of mocha espresso cake? I bet your curiosity has just been piqued, hasn’t it? I don’t blame you! When I came across this mocha espresso chocolate cake recipe, my heart skipped a beat, too!
This cake is so decadent and yummy. You’re going to love it! Another “perk” is that isn’t too terribly hard to make, either! In fact, my kids can make this dessert on their own. Cool!
And get this? You can use different flavorings to make different types of cake. One of my all-time favorite flavor combos is peanut butter with chocolate. Delish!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Yes to Yolks.
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Quick Tip: Feel free to eat this cake with your morning coffee as part of your breakfast. You know you want too!