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Hey there, everyone! How did your weekend go? Today is Halloween and it’s also aMonday, which seems very odd to me. The town held trick-or-treating over the weekend and it was scheduled for 3pm in the afternoon, which i also found odd. Who trick-or-treats in the middle of the daytime? Oh well, i guess it was for safety purposes, but man oh man, things sure have changed from when I was a kid.
So, anyway, today we are making something called “trinket cake.” In other circles, this cake is also known as “epiphany cake.” The cake is moist and flavorful and filled with little, tiny trinkets such as crosses, teeny baby dolls, and other adorable things. You’ll love the frosting on this cake as it’s homemade and totally delicious. Enjoy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Ree Drummond.
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