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Growing up, I wasn’t a big of a fan of raisins. It seemed like my mom tried to incorporate them in every snack she made us. Raisins and peanut butter, raisin and cereal, the list just goes on and on. My mother even tried to get to eat raisins by buying the golden variety. I just thought those looked plain weird. Anyway, as i got older, my tastes slightly changed and I finally gave raisin eating a fair shot when I was served a piece of cream cheese raisin cake.
Guys, this cake is so good. You would not believe that it was packed full of raisins. You would think that there was some sort of magical fruit loaded inside because of how yummy it is. I mean, raisins just seem so simple. How could a cake be that good when it contains simple raisins? Well, ladies and gentlemen, you’re all about to find out!
Recipe courtesy of Home Cooking Adventure.
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Quick Tip: This cake pairs well with ice cream such as vanilla bean, fig, or rum raisin.