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So, a little while back, a friend introduced me to a chocolate cake so divine, I thought I’d died and gone to pastry heaven. I’m not even kidding! This cake is excellent, and anyone can whip one up. There are two very special ingredients hiding inside of it that I think you should know about. Seriously, you don’t want to miss out on this, people! My mouth is watering just thinking about it. Perhaps I should shut-up and just cut to the chase and tell you what the secret ingredients are. I mean, who doesn’t like a little suspense?
Are you ready for this?
Guinness Beer and Bailey’s Irish Cream. Talk about a combination of yummy goodness! Even if you aren’t a stout beer lover, you’re going to love this cake. The dark beer creates a decadent flavor when enraptured in the concoction of chocolate, flour, and eggs. The Bailey’s is part of the creamy frosting that dresses this cake up like a complete angel sent from the heavens above.
Recipe courtesy of Love Swah.
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