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This Almond Cream Cake has a lovely light and velvety texture and is really moist and creamy. It’s paired beautifully with a homemade cooked and whipped frosting and is sure to be well received at any gathering. I do love the taste of almonds in my sweets. It’s such a nice complement to the taste of cream and sugar. This cake really has a rich flavor, yet it manages to be so light and moist, too… just heavenly, in my opinion.
There is a TON of frosting involved – which, in my opinion, is a good thing!However, if you’d prefer a thinner frosting layer you can simply just halve the ingredients for that one. That’s really a matter of personal preference, though. I loved the flavor of the cake and I could eat on frosting alone, so no amount is too much for me…
Recipe and photo courtesy of Tastes of Lizzy T’s
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