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Have you been searching for a recipe for a special cake to serve your guests in your next get-together? What would be a better way to make an impression than a gorgeous, delicious dessert on top of a great dinner! This Bourbon Pecan Cake really is a special taste of the South – rich in flavor, yet well balanced and with a light, fluffy texture.
Yes, we Southerners do like our bourbon whiskey, and you don’t have to get the least bit tipsy to enjoy the great flavor it provides (unless you want to, of course). This is a surprisingly easy cake recipe that complements the naturally rich flavor of bourbon with cinnamon and pecans (with just a bit of salt to balance all of the flavors) while making use of a couple of simple ingredients and easy tricks to keep the cake really light and fluffy. And you don’t have to bend over backwards to make it!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Food Network
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