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Freshly picked strawberries from the local farm are what makes this cake so special.
Now, don’t get me wrong, if you have to get your berries from your grocery store that is perfectly fine. I understand that not everyone has the privilege of having a wonderful strawberry farm just up the road from their homes. I, on the other hand, do. Yay, me! I made this cake earlier this past summer using delicious strawberries that I picked myself and it turned out better than I ever imagined.
I, personally, adore bundt cakes. They are easier to make then what one would expect. This delicious strawberry cake is no exception. Plus, the entire thing is made from scratch. No box mixes to be found here, sister!
Are you curious as to how to make this yummy recipe? If so, and I know you are, flip on over to the next page for the ingredients and instructions. Enjoy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Small Town Woman.
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Quick Tip: I like to eat ice cream with this cake but eating it as-is works well, too.