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That Fluffy, Creamy Frosting Is Better Than ANY You’ve Ever Tried Before
I didn’t know it was possible to get tired of your favorite cake in the world but, ladies and gentlemen, it happened. I am still in shock and I think I may need therapy. It was a couple of weeks ago when I made the chocolate cake I had LOVED for years, and I thought, “this doesn’t taste as good as it used to”. Seriously, I had over-enjoyed that recipe!
Lucky me, I had already set my eyes on this one from A Farmgirl’s Dabbles. I thought I’d give this one a go. I had nothing to lose, since I really didn’t want to make my old favorite again for a while. So I grabbed my apron and got to work last weekend!
Boy, am I glad I did because this turned out amazing! The cake itself is totally scrumptious, but that special buttercream frosting will make you slap your knees – or maybe even your momma! Who would have thought a little bit of mint could make such a huge difference?
Recipe and image courtesy of A Farmgirl’s Dabbles.
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Quick Tip: For even stronger flavor, you could add a drop of mint extract to the cake batter, too.