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The other day I was bored. This is seriously big news if you know me and are aware of my usual work schedule! I don’t have too much free time, but this was an exception. So I thought, how about I make a nice, big cake now that I have the time? The problem was, I hadn’t made a single cake in weeks (months even), so I was a little lost with what recipe I should use. I didn’t want to go with the most ordinary ones, but I certainly didn’t want to spend the whole day in the kitchen, either.
After a moment (or two) of online searching I came across this beautiful Caramel Pumpkin Italian Cream Cake and decided to give it a go! As with so many recipes, the formula for Italian cream cake is open to a lot of modification according to the season and to your own tastes. This rich flavor combination is particularly good for Thanksgiving but I would most definitely use it for any special occasion.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Lorie’s Mississippi Kitchen
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