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The very first time I saw this cake at my friend’s birthday party, I thought she had ordered it from one of those fancy bakeries. I actually even asked her where she got it from, so I could keep it in mind for my next party! She laughed and asked me if I could keep a secret… And then she revealed she had whipped it up in 15 minutes the other night. I could not believe it! But she gave me the recipe and told me it was the easiest dessert in the world.
Here’s your chance to chill out with these simple yet delicious sandwiches, filled with oozy fudge, and fluffy whip. You can also decorate them in any fashion you choose, be it for the holidays or a birthday. With only 4 ingredients in the recipe, and 15 minutes of prep time, this dessert can be made in a jiffy! I dare you to have just one serving…
Recipe and photo courtesy of Taste of Home
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