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Have you ever wanted to really wow your friends and family with your baking skills?
I know that I personally can make a real mean cake but the problem is, the presentation can be slightly boring. So, when I came across this very easy gingerbread cake, I got excited! I mean, just look at it. Isn’t it pretty? I opted to use the sparkling cranberries and mint leaf because they added a touch of class to this amazing baked good. I think this delicious gingerbread cake will look pretty darn classy sitting on my holiday table. Don’t you?
This cake is extra special because it contains pumpkin and gingerbread together. You get the best of both worlds! Plus, the spiced cream cheese frost is uh-mazing. I can’t even praise it enough!
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Comfort Of Cooking.
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Quick Tip: Serve this cake with hot mugs of cocoa or tea.