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My husband and I were going to be hosting a card party at our house.
We had a few couples coming over to enjoy some fun and games with us. I knew that I was going to whip up a few appetizers, but I wanted to do some sort of a dessert too. Usually, towards the end of the night, I get a craving for something sweet. I wanted to make sure that there was enough for everyone and I wasn’t just pulling out a candy bar for myself to munch on. That would be pretty rude, and we wanted these people to come back.
When I found this pina colada cake recipe on Facebook, I couldn’t believe it. It was going to be perfect. It was summer time. We were going to be playing out on the screened in porch. It was just going to be the perfect fit for the occasion.
I couldn’t even believe how few ingredients were needed to make this cake. It was almost as easy as making one right from the box. I stuck it in the fridge on Thursday and by Saturday night it was amazing. Everyone enjoyed it so much.
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Quick Tip: You could also do this in a round, double-layer version.