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A couple of weeks ago I organized a special dinner for 5 people. The guests were some of our closest friends and one of them had a birthday coming up, so I wanted to serve something extra delicious for dessert.
At first, I thought of making a bunch of cupcakes with frosting and pretty decorations. But then I came across this cake recipe and I just couldn’t resist trying it! Creamy whipped frosting sandwiched between rich chocolate, make this deliciously decadent dessert irresistible. The topping really brings the whole dish together wonderfully.
This cake is also perfect for those who would like to make their dessert ahead! After removing from cake pans, wrap them in foil and pop them into the freezer until ready to fill and frost. This will help keep the cake moist, as well as prevent crumbs from getting into the frosting.
Then just thaw the cake, make the frosting and you’re done. How easy is that?
Recipe and photo courtesy of Stetted.