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If you like a cake on the super-moist and sweetly spicy side, this Gooey Cinnamon Cake recipe is definitely worth a try! Actual baking time is only 25 minutes, and it is surprisingly straightforward to put together. I do love the flavor of cinnamon. It is particularly good for fall and for the holidays, though I enjoy it during all times of year. Some recipes that make use of cinnamon as the central ingredient can turn out a bit dry, but that certainly isn’t the case here.
You can use honey as a substitute for the light corn syrup, though you want to be careful to make use of a mildly flavored honey if you do so. Otherwise, it will overpower the other flavors and make the cake a bit too, well, intense. Though there is a little prep work involved here, it’s nothing that should be too difficult for you, so long as you have at least a basic electric mixer to use. Enjoy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of David Lebovitz
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