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A sparkling water cake that takes less than an hour to make from start to finish.
My mother is a wonderful cook and baker. As a kid, she was always teaching my sisters and I how to make yummy things in the kitchen. One of those recipes was for sparkling water cake.
This cake is a German staple! If you were in a German bakery you would most definitely see sparkling water cake and bread on the shelves. The cake itself is very easy to make and is finished baking in a jiffy!
My favorite part of this yummy cake is how you can add any candy or chocolate that tickles your fancy. Like nuts? Toss ’em in! As you can see from the picture our friend over at the Hungry Little Girl blog had three different flavors in mind. I think the gummy bear slice looks the best. Which one would you pick?
Recipe and image courtesy of Hungry Little Girl.
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