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The other day I was going for a walk in my tiny town and I passed the local bakery window. In the window was a large, round German chocolate cake that was pulled high with sticky frosting and mounds of coconut flakes. it looked amazing! I seriously wanted to run right into the bakery and snatch up a piece of that delicious cake for myself. However, i was on a walk and the point was to exercise and get into shape so I didn’t. Christmas is just around the corner so I resolved to make German chocolate cake for that special holiday meal.
This recipe looks simple enough to follow and I’m certain i can pull it off. After all, I’ve made far more difficult desserts in the past. Like that one time i tried to bake a cake that looked like a 3D John Deere tractor. yeah, what one arth was I thinking? I think I thought i was Buddy from cake Boss or something lol! Anyway, german chocolate cake has been one of my favorite recipes for quite sometime and i think it’ll turn out nicely for Christmas dinner.
Recipe courtesy of Group Recipes.
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