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This Old Recipe Is Yummier Than A Dozen New Ones Combined!
What is it about old and traditional recipes that make them always turn out so delicious? I mean, we’re still using the same ingredients for baking these days, right? But somehow it always feels like any recipe that goes way back, decades even, always tastes best. And I’m not just talking about my grandmother’s recipes – just the fact that she was my grandmother might make those desserts even more delightful to me.
This is one of those cakes that is very traditional; nothing fancy, nothing complicated, just an incredibly delicious cake. Oh, and caramel. Ok I’ll have to admit – that caramel is to die for and it is totally fancy!! If you really want to make an impression, you’ll serve a slice of this with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream – trust me, you won’t regret it!
But the ingredient list doesn’t hold any massive surprises. And still, you’re going to end up with a cake that’ll blow your hair back, the minute you sink your teeth into it. Don’t believe me? Well, go right ahead and give it a try yourself!
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Quick Tip: If you’d like to freeze this cake for later, don’t add the caramel. Instead, add it when you’re about to serve the cake.