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This Cake Might Make a Pig Outta You But That’s OK Because It’s Terrific!
Hello, ladies and gentlemen. I hope you are all doing well today. Are you ready to learn how to make a truly amazing cake? I hope so! This cake is called “Pig Cake.” I haven’t the foggiest idea why it is called Pig Cake and I really don’t care. This cake is one of the best desserts I’ve ever eaten. Maybe it’s called Pig Cake because you can’t stop eating it and it brings out the glutton in you. Who knows! I know one thing, though, this cake is absolutely delish.
It’s super easy to make and your whole family is going to be kissing the ground you walk on for serving it to them. My youngest son thought it was hilarious when I told him we’re having Pig Cake!
I can remember reading the book “The Pig Man” in middle school and for some reason, this cake floods me with memories during that time. Maybe we should have made this cake as a classroom project whilst reading the book.
Recipe courtesy of Ree Drummond.
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Quick Tip: To serve, cut cake into squares and top each square with a mandarin orange slice.