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Carrot cake has always been one of my favorite desserts. Truthfully, I’ve only ever made a classic carrot cake that is one tier and topped with cream cheese frosting. Those types of cakes are easy to make and certainly not a daunting task by any means. But you know what? In life, we need to face some challenges. I came across this three tier carrot cake and thought to myself that it certainly looked like a challenge and I was up for it! Now, don’t get me wrong, this cake isn’t insanely hard to make but it is harder than a regular, run-of-the-mill cake.
What I learned when making this decadent confection is that planning is necessary. This isn’t the type of recipe that you can just jump into on a Tuesday afternoon. You definitely want to block some time off during your day to get this sweetheart of a dessert completed.
When i made this cake it definitly didn’t look like it came out of a bakery, but you know what? who cares. it tasted wonderful! I can work on the presentation the next time I make it. So, don’t get discouraged, try your best, and enjoy this skyscraper carrot cake 🙂
Photo and recipe courtesy of Just A Pinch.
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