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If you like a little spice in your dessert, this Autumn Spice Cake is just what you’re looking for. It has just the right balance of “sweet spices” for fall and comes with a lovely cream cheese frosting. I do love fall baking season. Summer is great, but with the sweltering heat and all of the barbecue you are usually eating, dessert options can be a bit limited. Cooler weather makes for many more options for great cakes.
A smooth cream cheese icing makes for a nice touch for a cake with such flavor depth. I happen to think that the pecans make for a nice texture contrast, but if you’re not big on crunchiness with your cake, feel free to do without them.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Cooking Classy
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