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My mother was practically born to bake. She is so good at it we’ve often told her she should set up her own bakery! She likes to experiment with different recipes – sometimes she sees a recipe on TV or a magazine and she’ll make something similar, but with her own ingredients. She has made the most beautiful and decorative cakes and pastries for family gatherings, but to her it’s always about the flavor. If she makes a cake and it doesn’t taste good enough, she’ll throw it away.
It’s a bit of a surprise that this easy-to-make cake is one of her favorites. I mean, the ingredients are so simple and the method couldn’t be easier. But that’s where the flavor comes in! This is one of the tastiest cakes on the planet, according to my mother, and she really knows about cakes. That’s why I knew I couldn’t fail with this recipe – and she was absolutely right!
I’ve made this cake several times already, since Mom found it over at Can’t Stay Out Of The Kitchen. It always turns out delightful and I can barely wait until the next time again!
Recipe and image courtesy of Can’t Stay Out Of The Kitchen.
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Quick Tip: Let the cake cool before cutting it into squares.