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I kind of fell in love with the name of this poke cake. I mean seriously, who doesn’t find Grasshopper Poke Cake cute?
I have a bit of an experience with this cake concerning the twins. I always remember all of the cakes my mother used to always bake. If I don’t remember eating it, it means it’s not one of those cakes that’s usually baked by my mother. I remember most of her fruit pies and cakes, but I never remember eating a lot of mint chocolate cake. Maybe because she knew we weren’t so fond of the combination. However, that changed a little now that I have grown already. While I am still not too fond of this combination, I have learned to tolerate it and eat it.
I even learned to make desserts with that combination because some of my friends loved it. One time, I was making this cake to bring over to a potluck my friends had organized.
They asked me to bring this type of cake because they will bring my favorite type of cake. It’s a fair trade among friends don’t you think?
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